Tuesday, September 15, 2009

My Digital Studio

I gave my blog a new look! I used Stampin' Up!'s new digital papercrafting software called My Digital Studio to create a new banner. What do you think?
MDS can be use to create digital scrapbook pages, calendars, cards and other multimedia presentations. These can all be printed at home or there are professional printing services available.
MDS will be for sale Oct 1,2009. Watch for it!

Let it snow!

This cute Snowman card is for a Stamp a Stack in October. It's a Brilliant Blue cardstock base with Taken with Teal and Umm I think Ballet Blue accents. The Stamp set is Two Cool Dudes (I just love that set) and I also used Best Wishes and More (sentiment and a snowflake), and Holiday Blitz (another snowflake). I used the Big Shot to cut out the Top Note Die and the mat for the Modern Label punch. The mat is cut with the Movers and Shapers die window and it's kinda tricky so I think I'll cut those out for everybody. I Stamped with Brilliant Blue ink and Whisper White Craft ink. Hope you like my snowman!

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Christmas yet again

I love this snowy scene! The stamp set is Scenic Season. It's a quick and easy stamp set to use - the image and the sentiment are both on the same block!
The base of the card is Handsome Hunter and although to me it looks like Rich Razzleberry, the layer behind the main image is Real Red. The image is stamped in Handsome Hunter on Bashful Blue cardstock. The snowflakes are one of the Itty Bitty Backgrounds stamped in Versamark and embossed with White Embossing Powder. I finished it off with a snippet of Real Red 1/4" Grosgrain and a clear Rhinestone Brad.
Hope you like it!
My artwork (all original unless otherwise stated) is shared only for your personal inspiration, all products and stamps are from stampin' up! unless otherwise stated.

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