Thursday, September 3, 2020

Three Boys

The challenge at the Stinkin' Inkers this month is "Times 3". I found this Tim Holtz vintage photo in my stash and knew it would be perfect for this theme.

 

 The base is white card stock with a of mint green striped designer paper mat. 

Next I added the photo and 3 silver stars and the sentiment mounted on white card stock. Last I added  white grosgrain ribbon tied in a knot. Once I have decided what occasion this card fits, I will add a sentiment on the inside. 

Thanks for stopping by and visiting with me today. If you have a chance, head over to the Stinkin' Inkers and join in on the fun. 

Monday, June 1, 2020

Hello

I hope you had a great weekend. I have another card to share with you today. Recently, I purchased the new Diamond Press Mini embossing and die cutting machine with stamp set and dies from HSN. I couldn't wait to try it out.

So here is my first project.
The base card is white card stock. Using a piece of paper from the DCWV Floral Foliage paper pad, I used the frame die to cut a light pink panel. The "Hello" was cut using a die from the bundle as were the flowers. I used tape runner to adhere the yellow/pink flower and ivory stems. Then the pink/yellow flower and butterfly were adhered with pop up dots. The antennae for the butterfly was created by cutting apart a floral wedding pick. The leaves were attached to the flowers before adhering to the card. The purple ribbon is from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

When I ordered my Diamond Press, I also signed up for auto ship and will receive 6 more stamp/die bundles which will be shipped bi-monthly.

I am really having fun with this bundle. Hope you like my project and will stop by again.

Hugs,
Terri

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Bag It!

Hello, everyone! Today I would like to share my project for the challenge at the Stinkin' Inkers. The theme is "In The Bag". Create a bag, tote, purse or other project using one of these as your focal point.

I know I found a tutorial on Pinterest for this bag made from a 12 x 12 sheet of paper, unfortunately I forgot to save it to my board. However, there are a lot of other bag tutorials to choose from on youtube.


I chose this piece of red/white designer paper for the body of the bag and a strip of red for the top. Using a 1/4" punch I created 2 holes for the gold ribbon. Very easy project.

Why not head on over to the Stinkin' Inkers and enter your project?

Have a great day!
Terri

Friday, May 1, 2020

Travel Escape

 Welcome back to my blog. Today's project is a masculine card.

The base started as a gate fold card, but folded forward to create a tent fold. Script designer paper was adhered to the inside and then the ship's wheel and checked designer paper was adhered to both panels of the gate fold. I also added a strip of the checked paper across the script paper and added blue/white twine to hold the tent fold up. The globe (from Stampin' Up's "the Ocean Sea" stamp set) is stamped in denim ink and matted with a blue scalloped circle. the sentiment is from the pad of designer paper and adhered to a tag with blue and white twine.

This card would be perfect for Birthday, Retirement, Graduation, etc. I definitely be using this fold for other cards.

Thanks for stopping and visiting with me today.

Hugs,
Terri 

Thursday, April 30, 2020

Small Masculine Note Pads

I would like to share some of the projects that I have been working on lately. Hoping to do some craft shows this fall if the corona virus doesn't cause cancellations.

My first project is some note pads for the guys. They are 3" x 5" and will have a pen included.


The designer paper used is from the "Explore" pad by Authentique Paper and the "Getaway" pad by Echo Park. The sentiment panels are also from these pads.

I cut a 6" x 3" strip from the designer paper, lined it up at the bottom of the pad and folded the extra over the top of the pad and glued it down to cover the glued portion and the back of the top. The gold grosgrain ribbon is from a roll I have had in my stash forever and the red ribbon is from the Really Reasonable Ribbon.

Please stop by tomorrow for a look at a card I created with these designer papers.

Hugs,
Terri

 

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Finally Back

Hello, everyone. It feels good to get back to crafting and blogging. 2019 was not a good year for my husband and I. Hubby went out for a walk (while I was at work),had a vertigo attack and fell and broke his left kneecap into 3 pieces. Thankfully, a neighbor and her husband were home, saw him and got him home. They tried to get him to go to the emergency room, but he wanted to wait for me.

Well, after 4 days in the hospital - one month in a community care facility and 2 operations, he finally came home. Then 6 months later, he had to have a third surgery because one of the wires had broken. After 10 1/2 months of no walking without a crutch or walker he has finally healed.

With all of that being said, I would like to share my project for the Stinkin' Inkers Challenge for this month. Our theme is "Pastel Pallette".

My mind was on spring when I decided on this theme. I can't wait till all the spring flowers begin to bloom and I can feel the warmth of the sun on my head.
To create this Z-fold card, I started with light pink card stock for the base and added a light teal mat under the pastel watercolor flower designer paper. Next I added the paper flowers, added white pearls to the center of each, stamped the inside flower with black ink and used markers to color in the image. This would be a beautiful card to let someone know you are thinking of them.

Thank you for stopping by today. If you are looking for a fun challenge, be sure to stop by the Stinkin' Inkers challenge blog and share your pastel creations with us.

Until next time,
Hugs,
Terri

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Shine Bright

Once again it is my turn to host the challenge at the Sisterhood of Crafters. The theme for this challenge is:
"Die-namic" 
There are so many beautiful dies out there, so I would like to see how you use your dies to create a fabulous project.
I just received a stamp and die set from Stamps of Life and decided to use them to create a masculine card. This set is called "Lighthouse 2 Stamp" and can be found here.
I started with a piece of white card stock and added the blue print after tearing the edge.
Next I stamped the image and sentiment with Momento Tuxedo black ink and colored the image with markers. I used the matching die to cut out the light house and added it to the front of the card with pop dots. Next I matted the sentiment onto a piece of the blue paper and adhered it with pop dots also. Last I stamped the birds onto the card and added blue and white striped twine.
Now I hope you will stop by the Sisterhood and check out the beautiful inspiration projects by the sistahs. Then enter your project for a chance to be our next Top Winner.
You have until 7pm Sunday  September 1st to enter. Remember there is a limit of 3 entries per person,
Have a wonderful day!
Terri 

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Birthday Candle

Hello everyone! The theme for the Sisterhood of Crafters challenge today is:
"Birthday"
For my project, I chose to make a card using one of Stampin' Up's Paper Pumpkin kits.

I love the colors and designs on the cardstock and and how the sentiment panel slides out by pulling on the tab at the bottom to reveal "Birthday". The flame has glitter for a special effect.
I have quite a few birthdays coming up in the next few months. Now I just have to decide who will get this cute interactive card.

Head on over to the Sisterhood of Crafters to join in fun. The sistah's have some beautiful inspiration projects to share with you.

Have a great day!
Terri

Friday, June 28, 2019

Happy Heart

Darlene is the hostess for our new challenge at the Sisterhood of Crafters. The challenge theme is:
"Any Occasion"
For my project, I made this cute card holder from a Paper Pumpkin kit by Stampin' Up. Although this kit was originally put out for Valentines Day, I thought it could be used for other occasions like birthday, thinking of you, etc.
The holder opens by untying the bow and folding back the left side. This could be used for a gift card, money or small gift. A quick and easy project.

I hope you will hop over to the Sisterhood and join in on the fun. 

Thanks for stopping by.
Terri

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Butterfly Note Card

Hello everyone! I am so excited to host the new challenge at the Sisterhood of Crafters that begins today.

Now that warmer weather is finally here and the sun is shining, I can sit outside an enjoy nature. So many beautiful birds and butterflies in our yard. Love watching them flit among the flowers.

For my project I made a note card featuring the Serene Garden stamp set from Stampin' Up.
 
The base card is white and I added a black mat. The image was stamped with black ink onto a piece of white card stock and colored pencils were used to color the image. After stamping the sentiment in black ink, I added this cute corrigated butterfly and attached the panel to the black mat using pop dots.

I will be teaching the ladies of our church how to create this card in one of our meetings this month along with a short devotion and a report on the "History of Card Making".

Why not head on over to the Sisterhood, check out the sistah's inspiration projects and join the challenge? We would love to see your projects.

Thanks for stopping by.
Terri

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Aqua Beauties

A new challenge begins today at the Sisterhood of Crafters and Diane is our hostess. The theme for this challenge is:
"Flowers"
The base card is white, then I added the dotted designer paper. Next I die cut
the swirled frame from ivory card stock and added the paper flowers and butterflies. This card could be used in many ways, so I haven't added a sentiment yet. It would be perfect for a birthday or anniversary.

Now it's time to head over to the Sisterhood to check out the inspiration projects by my sistahs and enter you creations for a chance to become our top winner.

Hugs, 
Terri

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Grad Gift

There is a new challenge beginning today at Stinkin' Inkers and the theme is:
"All Tied Up"
My project is a gift card holder for a new graduate. I know a few kids who are graduating this year and thankfully I have a few of these card holders ready to go.
I purchased some Stampin' Up Paper Pumpkin kits from my upline and this was one of the kits I chose. The colors are perfect for a boy or a girl and can be used for a high school or college graduation party. With everything precut and scored, this made for a quick project.

I will have to write down the measurements for the holder and belly band just in case I want to make more for future use. This would make a great gift card holder for baby, wedding, anniversary, birthday, etc. just by changing the paper and tag.

Please stop by the Stinkin' Inkers and check out my design team's gorgeous projects. Then why not enter your own creations?

Until next time,
Hugs from Ohio,
Terri

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Furr-ever Friends

Hello everyone! Today begins a new challenge at Crafting With An Attitude.
I chose this sweet image called "Cat Lady Kaylee" from Odd Girl Stamps as the focus for my card. You can find the image here.

The base was created using a yellow textured card stock. I added the yellow flower patterned paper for the background, then cut a 4 1/4" square from yellow with white dots designer paper and cut that in half diagonally to create the corner piece. After coloring the image with Prismacolor pencils, I used a piece  lime green card stock to create the mat for the image panel and adhered that to the front of the card. Using black ink I stamped the sentiment onto white card stock, added a lime green mat and adhered to the card with foam tape. The little paw prints on the left side are buttons that I have had in my stash for quite awhile and were added using glue dots.

I colored one of the kittens gray to resemble my tiger tabby cat "Plum". He was trying to help me out with my post, unfortunately his feet hit too many keys on the computer and I had to take over.

Hope you enjoyed my project for today. Now why not head on over to the Crafting With An Attitude challenge and check out the inspiration projects by my design team? We would love to have you join in on the fun.

Hugs,
Terri

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Bunny Delivery

Hello everyone! I am thrilled to be the hostess for the new challenge at the Sisterhood of Crafters beginning today. Now that spring has finally arrived and Easter is just around the corner I have chosen the theme:
"Chicks 'n Bunnies"
My project for this challenge is an Easter basket for my husband to satisfy his sweet tooth.
The basket was created using a 12" x 12" sheet of yellow textured card stock.
First I scored at 4" and 8" inches on one side, then turned the card stock and scored again at 4" and 8" inches. Cut two opposite sides on the scored 4" and 8" score lines down to the 4" score line for the basket bottom to create the flaps. Use red line tape to put the basket together. The band is created with 2  1 3/4" strips of patterned card stock wrapped around the basket and adhered with red line tape. The handle of the basket is a strip of 1 1/2" yellow card stock with a 1 1/4" strip of pattern paper and adhered 1" below rim of basket on each side.

To create the bunny, I punched a 2 1/2" scallop circle and a 2" scallop circle for the body. The ears were punched from white card stock using a  1 3/4" oval punch and pink card stock using a 1 1/4" oval punch. The whiskers were fussy cut to about 1/8" wide by 2". A small heart punch and pink card stock were used to make the nose and the eyes are 3/4" circles punched from black paper.
The white in the eyes were made by placing the scallops from a 1 3/4" scalloped circle halfway into the 1/4" whole punch.

The bunny was adhered to the basket using a strip of foam tape.

Stop by the Sisterhood and check out the beautiful inspiration projects by my sistah's, then join in the fun. 

Have a wonderful day!
Terri 

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Tag It!

 The Stinkin' Inkers challenge for this month is all about tags. You may create a tag to put on a package or create a tag to add to your card or other project.

I decided to create a single tag for my inspiration project using one of Julie Nuttings Prima paper dolls.
The image was stamped onto white card stock, colored with Prismacolor pencils and then fussy cut. Next I stamped the image onto a piece of red and white printed designer paper and fussy cut the dress to add to the image. This was then added to the tag with pop dots. The sentiment was stamped in black ink onto the tag. Last I added the pink and white paper flowers, butterfly and red/black fibers.

I hope you will join us in this fun challenge. Stop by Stinkin' Inkers and check out the other inspiration projects by my design team and then enter your creations.

Wishing you a blessed day.
Terri

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

In the Red

Hello everyone! Today it is my turn to host the Sisterhood of Crafters challenge. Unfortunately, my husband broke his kneecap into 3 pieces so I have been spending a lot of time between the hospital, Community Care and home. The good news is that after a month, he will finally be coming home tomorrow. He still has a lot of therapy ahead of him, but at least he will be home.

I want to thank Darlene for writing the post for the challenge this month. She stepped in helped to get me caught up.

Now for my project.
The image is from Lemon Shortbread and is called "Christmas Package". I thought it would make a nice birthday card for winter.  Doesn't she look cute all dressed up in her warm coat and hat? The image was colored with Prismacolor pencils, the green designer paper is by DCWV and the Flower designer paper is from a Recollections paper pad. The paper flowers were purchased at Michaels. I used Memories Black ink to stamp the sentiment punched it out with my Fancy Label punch.

I hope you will hop over to the Sisterhood and check out the inspiration projects by other team members and then enter for your chance to be our next Winner.

Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day!
Terri

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

So Many Books

It is my turn to showcase my Inspiration project for the LeAnn's World 101 challenge.

I chose the image "Bookworm" found here in LeAnn's Shop
The image was colored with prismacolor pencils and matted with pink card stock. The designer paper is printed with green and pink roses. The paper flowers are from Michael's. Just a simple card today. Hope you like it.

Why not stop by LeAnn's World 101 and enter our challenge. You could be the winner of 3 of LeAnn's beautiful images.

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day.
 

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Sweet Cameo

Hello again! A new challenge begins today at Crafting With An Attitude.

For my project I chose this beautiful image called "Cameo 18" by Morgan's Artworld who is our sponsor this month. The challenges are always "Anything Goes" and this is a month long challenge.
The front of the base card was embossed with a Cuttlebug folder called "Heather's Lace" purchased at Joann's Craft Store. After coloring the image and fussy cutting, I added a white doily to the card front and then used pop dots to add dimension to the image. The paper flowers were purchased at Michaels and adhered with glue dots. Last I used Stampin' Up's "Perfect Plum" ink to stamp the sentiment onto white card stock and punched it out with my EK Success lable punch.

Stop by Crafting With An Attitude and check out the design teams gorgeous inspiration projects and then join in on the fun. You could be our next winner.

Have a great day!
Terri
 

Sunday, February 3, 2019

You're the Best

Today I have a project to share with you that was created for the challenge at LeAnn's World 101.

Since Valentine's Day is just a couple of weeks away, I chose this sweet image of this sweet couple celebrating their love. The image is called Cody and Manda Love and can be found here.
I started with a base card of light pink and added a layer of geometric designer paper with blue, pink and yellow shapes. After coloring the image with Prismacolor pencils, I added a mat of light lavender and adhered it to the front of the card. Next I stamped the sentiment with Fun Stamper Journey "Grape Fusion" ink onto a strip of white card stock and added a mat of light lavender. The edges of this panel were run across the purple ink pad for contrast. Last I added the violet purple satin ribbon tied in a knot.

I have entered this project in the following challenges:
The Corrosive Challenge - Anything Goes
A Gem of a Challenge - Anything Goes
Brown Sugar - Love or St. Valentines Day
Crafting With Friends - Anything Goes

Don't forget to check out the inspiration projects by the design team at LeAnn's World 101. While there, why not join in on the challenge for your chance to win 3 of LeAnn's images.

Also, LeAnn's World 101 started a year ago on February 1st. Join in on the celebration fun at LeAnn's World 101 Facebook page mentions with competitions all month.  

Hugs from Ohio,
Terri

Sunday, January 20, 2019

Snow Much Fun

The snow has finally decided to fall here in Northeast Ohio. From around 10 am yesterday morning until sometime early this morning we received 8-10 inches of snow with a temperature of 18 degrees and a windchill of minus 1. Time to get out those snow shovels and tunnel our way out.

For my inspiration project at LeAnn's World 101, I chose this sweet image of Holly and her snowman that you can find here.
The image was colored with Prismacolor pencils and adhered to a black mat. A piece of Anna Griffin foiled card designer card stock was layered onto a white card stock base and then the image panel was added. The sentiment was stamped with Momento black ink onto a strip of white card stock and mounted onto a strip of black card stock. Pop dots were used to give the sentiment panel some dimension.

There is still time to enter the challenge at LeAnn's World 101. Stop by and check out the inspiration projects. You could be our next winner.

Hugs,
Terri