Hello, my crafting friends! I appreciate you stopping by to see my Delightful Decorations Christmas card. The Christmas ornament in the center of the card is a nativity scene that I created with the Our Daily Bread Designs Delightful Decorations Dies. The Noel sentiment was created with the Our Daily Bread Designs Noel Die.
The Splitcoaststampers.com crafting site is holding its second annual Falliday Fest! I created this card for one of the Falliday Fest Challenges as well as the Splitcoastampers Clean and Simple Challenge (CAS) for this week. Continue reading
COTTAGECUTZ AUTUMN CARD
Hello, my friends! I had to take another break from Irma cleanup to make this CottageCutz Autumn Card. My driveway is half full of debris from the storm, and it has yet to be picked up by the county. I’m trying to be patient, but gee, it has been close to a month! I’m sure they are working as fast as possible as there was a lot of damage in my county. I just want to see a clean driveway!! On to the card.
I did not know where to begin to create my card, so I decided to use two Splitcoaststampers.com challenges. One is this week’s Clean and Simple challenge, “Pumpkin Time”, and the other the Color Challenge, “A Peach Twist with Espresso”.
The “Pumpkin Time” challenge is to “show your take on a pumpkin theme”. The color challenge included three Stampin’ Up! colors:
HEARTFELT CREATIONS BOTANIC WINDOW CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT
Welcome, my friends! I have been absent for many days as a result of Hurricane Irma. I live in Florida, and my area was hit by the storm. I lost power for several days and had no way to post. My power has returned, and I wanted to share a Heartfelt Creations Botanic Window Christmas Ornament that I made at the end of August.
NATIONAL BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR DAY
What a great day it is at Guneaux Designs! I am happy that you decided to stop in to see my National Breast Cancer Survivor Day card!
Welcome! Thanks for stopping by Guneaux Designs to see my latest project, the Whimsy Penguin Loves Watermelon card.
Isn’t he just adorable!! I created the card in response to a sketch challenge on Splitcoaststampers.com. The sketch is unique, and I took the liberty to modify it slightly. When creating, I used the sketch upside down, and I did not trim the side of the image circle (panel 4 of the sketch).
SHIRT AND BOW TIE CARD
Did you know that Monday was the National Bow Tie Day? I did not know until it was brought to my attention by a Clean and Simple Challenge on Splitcoaststampers.com. The hostess challenged us to create cards with bows, and it was up to us to interpret the challenge. Well, I created this Shirt and Bow Tie Card and submitted it to the challenge.
This card is a masculine card and could be given for Father’s Day, New Year’s Day, Birthdays, and many other occasions. The card is quite simple to make. I simply used a 4″ x 5-1/4″ piece of white card stock, measured and marked at the 1″ mark down from the top of the paper, and cut toward the center on both ends, leaving about an inch uncut.
I folded the cut portions to form a collar for the shirt. I added the bow tie, buttons, and suspenders (i.e., ribbon) down both sides. I attached this to a Houndstooth embossed card base. How simple!!
|Paper: Neenah Solar White, SU Basic Black, & Real Red CS
|Accessories: ODBD Medium Bow Die, SU Houndstooth EF, SU Ribbon, SU Buttons, SU Red & White Twine, Adhesive
Stamping With Guneaux Designs By Beverly Polen
Firm Reliance on Divine Providence!
“Is any one of you in trouble? He should pray. Is anyone happy? Let him sing songs of praise. Is any one of you sick? He should call the elders of the church to pray over him and anoint him with oil in the name of the Lord. And the prayer offered in faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise him up. If he has sinned, he will be forgiven.”