this shows off the inset inside, sorry about the blurry pics, light has changed in my studio with the time change and I have not gotten it down yet, lol. Hope the rest of your Sunday is springy and bright, hugs
Friday, March 14, 2014
Copic markers and Tim Holtz distress inks. Hope everyone has a great weekend, we will be having late spring temps here this weekend, great opportunity, to get the windows open and air out the house, hugs
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Hope your day is filled with wild and wonderful energy, hugs
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Here is the same card with photo corners added, the subtle difference is that instead of the background having rounded corners they are now squared off with the addition. I also wanted directional photocorners so that the word "love" was in the correct reading position top and bottom. I used a piece of index card, distressed with Tim Holtz distress inks, wrote "love" and then cut with the cameo. I know, I know I have this thing for photo corners. So here we are smack dab in the middle of the week, hope yours is progressing well, hugs.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
More and more PhotoShop6 and my Cameo are best friends with my drawing pens and Copic Markers. Background paper is from Paper Studio "Harper's Boutique". Happy Tuesday, hugs
Sunday, March 9, 2014
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Friday, March 7, 2014
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Every day magic isn't just in nature, it is anything that moves you. As stated in the post below this, these little safety pins moved me this week. I did a closed pin as well as the open one from yesterday. Then I decided they would make a cute paper on this gelli-pull, so created the background paper using Photoshop6 and my Cameo.
Here is a little history for you too. April 10, 1849, Walter Hunt (he did some other neat stuff also) received a patent for the spring safety pin. I am sure that there were those out there 150+ years ago that thought these were magic. Although the first pins are credited to the Myceaneans in 13th to 14th century, they were called fibulas and were mostly used with brooches. What magic things are hanging around your table? Hope lots and lots of magic, have a great week, hugs