Thursday, March 21, 2013

Thanks So Much!

Here's a little thank you card I made using Papertrey Ink's Botanical Silhouettes. This was an anniversary set they released in 2010. I actually picked this one up on Ebay, I believe it was $30. :) I got lucky, because currently I see them on ebay for $50-$70. I really do love this stamp set though.

Cardstock is also Papertrey Ink, twine is from The Twinery and ink from Stampin' Up.

Have a good night!


Thursday, February 28, 2013

Woah Baby!

Hi all, I've been having a fun time trying to upload pictures, but it finally worked for me, so here is a bit of an older card. I made this about a year ago, but it is so cute I can't resist sharing it again!

I used PTI kraft, vintage cream, aqua mist and smokey shadows cardstock. The buttons and button twine are also from PTI, and I used the stamp set Tiny Tags and coordinating dies. The baby carriage was cut from my Cricut using the Stork's Delivery cartridge and patterned paper is from My Mind's Eye. I thought the wheels on this would be adorable as glittered buttons, so I added the buttons and used some stickles to make them sparkle. And there you have it, a fun little baby boy card, easily adaptable for baby girl. ;) I always seem to have a big need for birthday and baby cards. I think I'll have to work on a few of each! Keisha<3

Monday, February 18, 2013

PTI Make It Monday #104

Hello everyone!

My first official post on my new blog! I can't tell you how excited I am. This is a dream of mine and I'm anxious to get it started. :)

Can I just say how much I love Papertrey Ink? All their products are fantastic! Nichole and the Design Team have wonderfully inspiring blogs. If you check out Nichole's blog here, there is a new Make It Monday challenge every week. That's how today's post came about. :)

I used mainly Papertrey Ink products with this one. All cardstock, stamps and the cute little button is from Papertrey Ink. The ribbon is from American Crafts and ink is from Stampin' Up. I really like this unique color combination and I use it quite frequently.

Cute little pinwheel, right? Don't you feel like it should spin like a real pinwheel? So did I. :) Using PTI's Movers and Shakers Spinner die, I was able to make my pinwheel interactive. I can't wait to send this fun card to someone!

I hope you enjoyed my post today, if you feel so inclined, please follow me! I hope to have this blog in tip-top shape in the near future. Stick around!