Alrighty, Bleeps…it’s FRIDAY! Thanks for your positive feedback on the holiday color inspiration. I really appreciate it and glad that you liked the color combination, so I am back today with another. Today’s card is a “Fast Friday Card” and perfect to create multiples. I kept it really simple, but the colors make it somewhat elegant. The distressed edges on the focal point give it an artsy imbalance. I hope you try out this color combination too!
I added a poll to the left sidebar regarding the very possible change of my web site address in the future. I thought I’d reach out and see what my Bleeps thought about it first before I made my final decision. So, check out the poll and let me know what you think about me changing my web site address, which would require you to re-subscribe through Google Reader, RSS feed, or e-mail.
Happy Friday Eve, Bleeps! Thursday already?! For me the week is moving on along just like I wanted. Well, I’m back today with a special surprise! I’m starting to share a little color inspiration with you all for the holiday cards I am planning to showcase throughout December here on the blog. In case you haven’t noticed, the past few days, all of my cards have been Christmas/Winter themes. I’m not going to hold myself to it, but thought it would be a fun challenge for myself. So, I thought why not share with you all my color inspiration.
Feel free to create holiday cards using the color combination. The graphic is also available for you to save to your computer by right-clicking the image and selecting the “Save Image As” option, then upload it to your blog. I like fun and different holiday color combinations, which is why I am challenging myself to try a new holiday card every time I post to the blog this month!
Feel free to join me. If you do, I’d love to see what you created by linking your card posted in the comments. This is not a ‘challenge’ but just something fun to inspire my Bleeps out there to make more holiday cards!
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
Stamps :: Papertrey Ink – 2008 Holiday Tag Collection
Ink :: Papertrey Ink – ripe avocado; Uniball – signo broad white gel pen
Paper :: Papertrey Ink – berry sorbet, ripe avocado, polka dot parade (patterned paper)
Embellishments :: Papertrey Ink – white ribbon, ripe avocado button, twine; KaiserCraft – rhinestone
Tools :: Spellbinders – scallop circle nestabilities
Happy Hump Day! Today, I am sharing my last review as a member of SCS Product Focus Review Team. It has been so great to be a part of the SCS team reviewing so many projects over the last nine months. To read our product review of Martha Stewart’s Punch Around the Page, please click here. To view all of our projects using the new punches, click here. Martha Stewart’s new punches are great because you can use them separately and together to create a variety of looks for your projects.
Thanks for visiting today and and enjoy!
Happiest of Holidays
Stamps :: Papertrey Ink – holiday wishes
Ink :: Papertrey Ink – vintage cream
Paper :: Papertrey Ink – ocean tides, vintage cream, pure poppy; Cut Cardstock.com – gold shimmer
Embellishments :: Papertrey Ink – ribbon; Ranger - stickles
Tools :: Martha Stewart – snowflake punch
Warm Winter Wishes
Stamps :: Papertrey Ink – snowfall
Ink :: Clearsnaps - chestnut; Versamark
Paper :: Papertrey Ink – vintage cream, ocean tides, kraft
Embellishments :: Ranger - stickles; Wal-Mart – hemp twine
Tools :: Michaels - white embossing powder; Martha Stewart – snowflake punch around the page