Monday, June 27, 2011
A Fiskars punch (used to make the yellow brick road) inspired this card. I used various CTMH stamps sets to embellish it. The fabulous ruby red slipper came from the "Find Your Style" stamp set. I also used "Around the Block", "True Friends" and "Doodle Alphabet". Ink Colours: Sky, Holiday Red, and Sunflower.
Posted by Rachel at 2:33 PM
Friday, June 24, 2011
I seem to get a lot done on rainy days. Yesterday morning was one such day. The boys were going nuts so we decided to make a craft. We made these adorable doggies out of folded construction paper. In this electronic age, where info is just a few finger clicks away. Sometimes, looking something up the old fashioned way ... IN A BOOK ... makes for a much richer experience. I also did payroll for our workers and cooked a turkey. Like I said, I seem to get a lot done on rainy days.
Posted by Rachel at 9:46 AM
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Many of you have asked us if there is something we could do to support those affected by recent severe weather in the US, and we’ve also had requests to extend the availability of the You & Me scrapbooking kit offered during the month of May. We’ve combined those two aims into a single campaign called You & Me: Stronger Together, to raise funds for the survivors of the severe storms that have pummeled the Midwest and Southern states.
During the month of June, order a You & Me kit for only $16.50 CAN (a retail value of $38.95), and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross 2011 Floods and Tornadoes relief operations.
Saturday, June 18, 2011
This Card has a chalk-resist technique. You stamp an image with VersaMark ink and then lightly brush artist chalk over the image to achieve a softer stamped image. The giant asterix is made with a Fiskars punch. And for a bit more of a manly touch, I stapled the ribbon to the card. Inside it says, "have a HAPPY FATHER"S DAY".