Saturday, October 29, 2016

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I've been working on Christmas cards for this year. Here's just a few I created this week. Some were inspired by Pinterest. Others are from my own imagination.
This 1st card was created for a challenge for a group I belong to on FaceBook. We could only use blue and white. Nailed it!

Echo Park Paper Co. - Hello Winter Collection of paper and stickers.

#2 was inspired by something I saw on Pinterest. The teardrops are actually the wings from Stampin' Up! Bird Builder Punch.

#3 Inspired once again by Pinterest.

#4 Was created using the dies from Stampin' Up! Santa's Sleigh and the stamps from Santa's Sleigh. This card opens to the full width of 8 1/2 ".

the middle is open to display a dangling ornament. 

#5 is my own design. Stampin' Up! Stamps Beautiful Season and Dina Wakley Scribbly Birds for the sentiment on cover.

Inside sentiment is from More Merry Messages from Stampin' Up!

#6 Another of my own designs. Decorative vellum is from the Stampin' Up! Holiday catty.
The poinsettia is a sticker.

Sentiment inside from SU More Merry Messages.

#7 Inspired by something I saw from Echo Park Paper Co.
Dies are from Poinsettia & Pine by Jolie from Essentials by Ellen.

Inside sentiment is from SU Versatile Christmas. Lace punch on decorative paper is from Martha Stewart.

If you have any questions, ever, about any of my cards. Feel Free to leave your questions in the comments. I will get back to you ASAP.

T%dles Peeps!
Betty J Schaub

Monday, October 17, 2016

PPCM&SGFB Giveaway

GIVE AWAY!!! For Paper Paws Swap Group ONLY!!!
This is a card I made for a give Away. All you have to do is pick a number between 1 and 1000. I asked hubs to pick the number, write it down and slip it into an envelope. On October 22 I will reveal the winning number. If your number is picked I will mail this card to you. Easy Peasy, Lemon Squeasy! Now get picking!

For this card, I used Distress inks on whisper white cardstock. I used a Ranger blending tool to apply ink in a circular motion. The pinks were applied to the upper portion of the cs leaving a pale space for the sun. I punched a circle in a piece of post it paper. Then used a yellow ink and the blending tool to make my sun. Then I tore the paper to make the misty yellow on the sides of the sun. I then used the blending tool and some green ink on the bottom portion of the cs. I used some rock stamps to stamp the rocks in a medium brown. Then I went over them with the highlight stamps in Momento Black. I then used the black Momento ink to stamp the Lavinia Fairy. JustRite Clear Multi-Step Landscaping Elements are the stamps I used for the trees, flowers, grass and rocks. All of them are in the one set. To make the mountains in the background, I tore a piece of computer paper. I laid the torn edge of the paper on my scene, using a dauber and the Momento black ink, a downward pulling direction I made the mountains. Using another Lavinia stamp I stamped the plants across the top working right to left. Then down the left side. I used the blending tool and purple distress ink I went around all of the edges of the cardstock. I added white gel pen dots and some Stickles to the wings of the fairy and the flower pods. 
I think that's it. It takes about an hour for me to create one of these. Let me know if you have any questions.

T%dles Peeps,
Betty J Schaub


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