When Samantha mentioned to us that the rumble would be with Woodgraining. I thought oh great, what will I do. So then I thought I would try making my own woodgrain paper. It looks so simple when I saw people online do it. I took a very dark yellow piece of CS, then ran a white ink pad over it, followed by a dark brown. It was so easy and amazing how it looked like wood.
Then for this card, I used Just a little Faith from the Inspirational Collection.
Here are the details of how to play along on Cottage Rumble 15:
1) Make any project that contains something woodgrain. Upload it to your blog or any other gallery and come back here with a comment and link to your creation so that we see it! 2) You can use ANY stamps for one entry. 3) If you use Clear Artistic Stamps you get two entries! 4) If you use a Technique Junkies technique (any stamps) you get two entries as well! 5) Upload your artwork anywhere it might be seen, such as an online gallery and leave a link in your comment. 6) Entries accepted until Friday September 25th midnight, the day of our NEXT rumble
Do you know how they have those Garden Geese that you can dress up for all occasions? Well we have one, but have to keep it in the house so no one takes it. One of the disadvantages of the city life.I had a Winnie the Pooh Easter Blow Up chained out in front.Do you know they still took it?Even worse they took it on Holy Thursday...pretty said.
Well Belinda Egret is just like one of creatures. You can dress it up for all occasions . Today I dressed it up as a Halloween Egret. You can purchase it here and it is also.........
In case you didn't know, I bought a new computer and camera a few weeks ago. Well I have been just having fun exploring all the new things on my computer. Well I came upon Windows Movie Maker so I decided to play along. This video I made for my Brother-in-laws Baseball team that won the World Series and went undefeated this season. This will be a special treat for them to watch when they are older.
This is my nephew Zachary and you will see him in the video too.
Card tag is played like this: Player #1 makes a card and sends a picture of it to player #2, who makes a card inspired by #1 card. Then Player #3 makes a card based on player #2's card. Players only see their "inspiration" card so part of the fun is the reveal at the end to see how the cards evolved.
As I stated in my previous post, here is another idea using the Thoughts of a Egret by Clear Artistic Stamps. We all have one of these days. The image and ribbon was colored with Copics. This was my entry for Rumble 14 "Fold It" Challenge. You still have time to enter. Check here for more details
And if you follow the blog hop starting here, you have a chance to win you very own Thoughts of a Egret Special Edition Stamp Set. So how cool is that.
Welcome to our first Clear Artistic Stamps blog hop!! This week we are introducing our new additions to the Design Team as well as 10 new sets that have recently been released. Our blog hop is a short 9 station affair and there will be prizes that you can win if you leave a comment at each hopping blog that you visit! My new stamp set to showcase is the wonderful Thoughts of an Egret.
When I first saw this set, I thought of a stork. So many people I know are pregnant and what a cute baby card this set would make. Most of the baby things I bought on an weekend trip to Michaels. I colored the image with light blue and pink copics to added some accents.
How would you like to get this set for Free??? Well all you need to do is complete the blog hop and leave a comment to be entered. You have until next Wednesday, September 9, 2009 to enter...look at that 09-09-09... could that be your lucky day?
First prize will be the fun Limited Edition set Thoughts of an Egret and there will be runner up prizes as well!
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