Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Thinking of You

When your thinking of someone special. Here is an elegant idea from Susan Mostek. She created this layered card using Saundra TD006F and My Friend TD007C (both from Tattered Damask p.2). Prisma color pencil with Gamsol odorless mineral spirits to blend the colors. Use a very smooth card stock, a blending stump (using a nail file to keep your point and remove color). Susan layered with a decorative paper and two shades of card stock. In the corners use gold plastic spacers (jewelry dept.)and brads for a bit of elegance. Complete the look with a contrasting decorative flower. Thank you, Susan for sharing your ideas and talent. Beverly

Monday, March 26, 2012

Spring Bingo

Susan Mostek designed this fun spring card using Bingo Card (TM029) from Tattered Damask (TD) p.6, Flying Friends cube TD002F (TD) p.1, the word "Bird" from Feathered Friend quartet FF712E (TD) p.1, Bird in nest from Flora Twosie cube FF215G Belle Jardinere p.2. Nest with eggs from Nest cube FF714G (TD) p.1. The layering Susan did brings your eye right in to the birds.
Color pencil and scrapbook paper background bring it all to life. Thank you Susan! Beverly

Monday, March 12, 2012

Traveling with B Line Designs


Are you or someone you know making travel plans. Time to create travel scrapbook pages, tags, postcards, and farewell cards. Here are some fun ideas! Ticket please was inspired by a card Michelle Bodensteiner made for B Line Designs, Arrival would make a pretty baggage tag, and Sydney is gracefully pictures on a tag positioned upside down.

Friday, March 9, 2012

Zina's on the Move

Zina comes sitting so peacefully on a patch of flowers, after cutting her away from them so I could 3-D her I got to thinking, where else would she look good. Here are some of the results.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Get ready for spring with Zina and Rangers Distress Markers

Zina FA234G is enjoying spring and soon we will be enjoying is as well. She is colored with Ranger Distress Markers colored on plastic and then picked up with a wet paint brush.