Cabin with chair

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Cabin with chair

I had an order for a lady that works in NY but has a cabin she lives in when not working. She loves to go to cabin and enjoy nature. So when I found The Great Outdoors Kit (or cheaper version is Camping Kids) at Imagine That Digi Shop I knew it would be perfect. I added an extra tree to my scene. Pop dotted the fire wood stack, chair and the knobs sticking out on the actually cabin to make it feel more real. I still haven’t quiet figured out how to make my grass longer than the die without leaving that little mark…if you know the secret please do tell. The lady loved it and has it displayed on her work desk to reminder her of “cabin life”.

CHALLENGES:
1) Creative Link Up @ Imagine That Creative Playground – make a card and link it up. If you use an Imagine That Digi then you get the stamp of the month for free.

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Great Outdoors Kit @ Imagine That Digi Stamps
Cardstock: Bazzill (parakeet, sea water, Walnut)
Inks: pre-colored digital stamp printed on a Canon Inkjet Pritner
Accents/Tools: Gina Marie Designs Dies (stitched sky die set), Taylored Expression cloud embossing folder,

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Sending Prayers

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Sending Prayers

Yes!! That is a stamped sentiment!! I love seeing all the stamped cards but it seriously is hard for me so I would much rather run it through my printer! But I had bought these stamps awhile back and thought it worked perfectly with this sketch and butterfly.
Simple card but sometimes simple works.

Challenges:
1) July Card Sketch Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – Sketch #1. Original sketch found here: http://sketchnscrap.blogspot.com/2014/05/card-sketch-26.html

SUPPLIES:
Butterfly die cut: My Mind’s Eye (My Story – Mixed bag)
Sentiment Stamp: Papertrey Ink (Inside & Out: Well Wishes)
Cardstock: Bazzill (watermelon, Raven)
Patterned Paper: from my scrap drawer
Accents/Tools: ribbon, scor-tape

Feathers

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Native American Proverb

I’m part of a card swap….but it’s not your ordinary card swap. This one you give a name of someone who could use happy mail in their mailbox. The reasons are endless….sometimes it’s just good to get a smile in the mail. Then the hostess mixes up the names and gives you a name of someone to make a card for. This is for my June person…I’m a little late…but hopefully will go in the mail Monday. I had a lady who is Native American and likes her Native American Heritage, purple and butterflies. I went with her heritage and feathers. The colors of the feathers are showing up a little brighter than they are in real life…they are the colors of the papers…I promise (I have a matchy issue…they must match!!) There was no reason for the card except to get happy mail.

CHALLENGES:

  1. July 2017 Card Sketch Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – Sketch #3 – Original is MFTWSC330.
  2. June Angel Card Swap @ Scrapbook.com – be a card angel and make someone a card!

SUPPLIES:
Feather Cardstock Stickers: Illustrates Faith (Seeds of Faith)

Cardstock: Bazzill (Watermelon)

Patterned Paper: Chatterbox (green), DCWV Green Stack (blue wood pattern)

Accents/Tools: twine, melted beads (from my friend Ro), EK Success 1/16 pop dots, Making Memories distresser, glue dots