Saturday, December 2, 2017

Clover New Beginnings

You've opened the 2nd "door" of this Advent calendar. I hope to have something every day.  :D  This is Clover New Beginnings from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. I had colored this one once before but did it all in pink so this time I thought I'd go for blues. Then I added a little red for a pop of bold color.


The Copic markers I used on Clover New Beginnings are:

B99, 97, 95, 21, 000
R59, 37, 14, 21
Y000, 11, 18
E31, 30, 0000
C1, 2, 3, E71, 77, 79
BV20, 23, B0000
BG11, 10, 32

Friday, December 1, 2017

Merry & Bright Ornament Kit

This is the month for Queen and Company as I purchased the Merry & Bright Ornament Kit and have created over a dozen cards so far. It's been fun to make these easy shaker cards. This one is on a single layer cardstock base but I wish I had doubled the layers as the top has started to warp.  Alas, it'll still bring a smile to someone.



Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Merry & Bright Ornament Kit

I'm diving into an Advent Calendar on my blog. Yikes!  However, I already have half the cards done so we'll see how the rest of the month goes... and it's not 30 days that I need to fill but just 25.  Phew!  Wish me luck.

Here's a pre-advent card that I'm sharing using the Merry & Bright Ornament Kit from Queen and Company. The layout and colors are from their blog.


I'd like to enter this into the SugarPea Mix It Up Challenge #37. SPDMIU37


Sunday, November 26, 2017

Merry & Bright Ornament Kit

I wanted to create some quick shaker cards and saw the Merry & Bright Ornament Kit from Queen and Company and decided to splurge a little. Even though they weren't as quick as I thought they would be but the end result of shaking them was as fun as I predicted. This layout is the same one in the kit shown in their store.


I had tried to make some larger shaker cards using their pre-cut card kits but I had a lot of trouble with static. They were generous enough to send me some more so I hope to give it another go. I am pleased, however, to say these smaller ones were a breeze. I'll be making more of these for sure!