Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Bugaboo Stamp #2

If you read my previous post, you'll see why this card is being posting in a new post instead of in the same one as my other card.

This card is created using the instructions at Split Coast Stampers and is an easel card.

I used American Crafts paper, DCWV Cardstock, Colorbok ink and Paper Studios Gemstones.  I used my Bic Mark Its to color the image and my Dymo Labeler for the sentiment.

Another Bugaboo Stamp card...

Over on the Bugaboo Stamps challenge blog, Catch the Bug , this weeks challenge is to make a card with a different type of fold.  So I created two cards specifically for this challenge.  However I can never get the linky thing to let me add two different links using the same blog post and therefore there will be two posts back to back with cards in them so I can enter them both.  This first one is using the instructions form Split Coast Stampers for this Spring card.  I loved making this card and I am sure it will brighten someone's day who isn't feeling well.

I used Jillibean Soup paper, DCWV cardstock, Ribbon Boutique Ribbon, Staz-on Ink, And The Paper Studio Gemstones.  I did the sentiment using my Dymo labeler.  I used Bic Mark Its to color the image.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Bugaboo Stamps: I *HEART* Them

Here are a couple more cards using a Bugaboo Digital Stamp.  It was one of their freebies this past week and it's from their  Little Bit of Oz Collection.  The Tin man was also a freebie.

This one is blank on the inside right now so I can make it for whatever occasion I need it to be.
I made this to give to a friend of mine.

If you haven't checked out Bugaboo Stamps you really should.  They are by far my favorite Digi Stamp place.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Hello all...

Just thought I would pop in a share some "TWEET" boxes I made for mine and DH's Sunday school class.  I plan to put some Valentine's Cookies in there for the kids.

Here is the group shot of all 8:

Here is a picture of just the three girl boxes:
And aClose up of one of them so you can see the digital stamp better:
And here are the boys:

And again, a close-up so you can see this digital stamp as well:

The Digital stamps are from here:Digital Stamps
And the template/ directions for the box can be found at Splitcoast Stampers right here: 2-5-7-10 BOX

They were so fun and easy to make that I am thinking about making some more for party favors next time I have a party :)

Thanks for checking them out and I hope that you all have a very blessed day.