Hello! It's the start of the final Kitty Bee Designs Aloha Friday Challenge for 2018 and this challenge has a theme of "Santa's Helpers". I've chosen to use a printable decoupage page, called Hugable Snowmen to create my card. I started by printing the decoupage sheet onto regular cardstock and cutting three layers of the … Continue reading Golden Snowmen.
Hello! Today I'm here to remind you there's still time to take part in the current Creative Fingers Challenge. I've created something that's a little different as this month's challenge has a die for a prize. I've created two cards with just one die cut! To start these cards, I die cut a piece of … Continue reading Two Cards, One Die Cut
Hello! It's the start of another Kitty Bee Designs Aloha Friday Challenge and I'm here to share my inspiration. This challenge has a theme of "thanks" and I've stretched the interpretation of that theme to its limits by creating a Christmas card. My thinking was that "giving thanks" is really what the true meaning of … Continue reading Poinsettia Creations
Hello! This is my first inspiration post for Le Ann's World 101's Design Team. I was so happy to be making one of my first Christmas cards. I'm running so late this year! I used the Fun With Stockings digi stamp, coloring it with my Chameleon Pens and Pencils. Once finished, I die cut the … Continue reading Fun With Stockings And Plaid
Hello! Another Kitty Bee Designs Aloha Friday Challenge is underway and this month the theme is "in the sky". My inspiration goes one step further, right into outer space, using Oddball Art Co's Lizzy Love. I started with a little digital manipulation by removing the white background and overlaying the image onto a blue ombre … Continue reading Wishing Upon A Star
Hello! Another challenge is underway over at Creative Fingers Challenge and this month, our sponsor is Le Ann's World 101. I've chosen the cute Vivian to create a beach themed card. As always with digital stamps, I started by printing Vivian onto XPress-it blending card. I also compiled and printed a second image of complimentary … Continue reading Beachside Greetings
Hello! Today I'm sharing the latest release digital image from Ericraft, called Unicorn Beanie. This image is only available for a limited time so I thought I'd show how easy it is to use for a quick girl's birthday card. I started by printing the Unicorn Beanie image onto XPress-it blending card. I also printed … Continue reading Ericraft’s Unicorn Beanie
Hello! It's the start of another Creative Fingers Challenge and we're lucky to have Goebie again sponsoring this challenge. For my inspiration, I've chosen their wacky Caterpillar to create a card that's great for encouragement and achievement. I started off by doing a web search for a caterpillar inspired sentiment. Not the usual place to … Continue reading Your Wings Are Ready!
Hello! It's my turn in the Kitty Bee Designs Spotlight and this month, I decided to make something a little different. I'm not usually one to try out a carding trend but this one just looked like a bit of fun. This style of card is known as an impossible card and was much easier … Continue reading Kitty Bee Designs Spotlight – May 2018
Hello! Today I'm happy to announce I've joined the Get Creative Challenges design team. For my first challenge, with a theme of "lots of flowers", I've created a digital one layer card using QKR Stampede's Flower Bouquet image. I started by selecting a patterned paper for the background. I chose one from my favorite dot … Continue reading A Bright Birthday Wish
Hello! Today is the start of another Creative Fingers Challenge and for this month, I've used a sweet circus scene from sponsor Le Ann's World 101, called Circus Friends. This image is quite detailed so I started by printing it as large as my generic large oval frame die would allow, without it interfering with … Continue reading In The Spotlight…
Hello! Today I'm sharing my challenge inspiration for the latest Kitty Bee Designs Aloha Friday Challenge. For this challenge, with a theme of forest friends, I chose to work with a forest scene by A Day For Daisies, called Forest Friends. When I first saw this image, I immediately thought it would look good as … Continue reading A Woodland Watercolor