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Monday, May 16, 2011

Tilda and Her Christmas Puppy

Tilda loves her new Christmas puppy! I made a 5x7 Red card for the christmasblogchallenge Christmas Presents and the magnoliadownunderchallenges Your Favorite Things (Puppies and Presents) . I used a Christmas tree print that I painted
with extreme glitter paint. I also painted the ribbons on the presents. I colored Tilda with watercolor paints and Copics. I added extreme paint as well. I popped her up on the presents with dimentionals. I used gold peeloffs on a sticker label and placed the sticker on red cardstock. I added a small red rhinestone to the hole in the tag and then popped it up with dimentionals.

Tilda and Her Naughty Kitty

Bad Kitty getting into the Christmas candy canes! I made this 5x7 card
from red cardstock for the TotallyTilda Challenge Tilda with her cat or dog. I added a background print and added some
red flowers that I cut out from another print to the "walls". I painted them with glitter paint and
used stickles on the flower centers. I also added glitter paint to the dots on the background print.
I cut out the Christmas plant from another print and added glitter paint and glued it down. I painted
Tilda and her cat with water color pencils then added some sparkle with glitter paints. I popped her up with dimentionals. I used gold peel offs for the Merry Christmas greeting.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Girl Caroling in the Snow

Love this Joanna Sheen image of a little girl caroling! I decided to
make 3 green 5x7cards and enter them in the thecraftypad challenge Holes. I used metallic gold cardstock for the base
and mounted my images and sentiments on green card. I added extreme glitter paint
to one image.

I used 3 different edge punches to make holes on some green cardstock strips
and added a gold strip to each and used Holly stickles to make dots.
I popped up the images and sentiments with dimentionals.

I added a strip of gold peeloffs (with different designs and holes) to each card!

Christmas and Snowflakes

I made this card for the bah-humbug challenge Snowflakes . I used a digi image Tasty Flakes. I colored her with copics and painted over her with extreme glitter paint. I used stickles to add texture to the snow and to pop the snowflakes. I made a 5x7 card in purple and added
2 different snowflake prints as toppers. I seperated the prints with a strip of purple. One print had Merry Christmas on it already. I added some purple rhinestones to the strip and then popped up my image with dimentionals.
I added 3 flowers with rhinestone centers.

A Lady Some Lace Some Rhinestones and a Dog

I started with this beautiful image of a lady and her dog for this collection of three 5x7 cards.
I made a dark brown card I added a rose print topper to one and beige toppers to the others.
I left one image plain and added extreme glitter paint in gold to one, and hologram to another. I made 3 different "lace" strips in metalic gold with punches. I added a plain strip same color as the topper card and put a strip of sticky backed pink rhinestones on one, gold on another and pearls on the last.

I placed the images and sentiments on gold cardstock and popped them up with dimentionals.
My favorite is the rose one.

I have entered these in the following challenges:

Monday, May 9, 2011

Tasty Flakes and her little dog too!

I finally tried the piecing that I have seen others doing. So fun!! I used the Tasty Flakes image and 2 cute prints for the outfits. I flocked the gloves, hat edge and hat tassel. I cut out the image and added their outfits. I made two 5x7 cards and added a metallic white backing then some gold metalic card on top of that. I cut some "snow" out of more white metallic paper. I used the gold and white metallic card to back the greetings as well.

I found some dog stickers and put them on card and cut them out. Popped up the girls, dogs and greeting with dimentionals then added stickle dots for the snowflakes and snow on ground. Those flakes really do look tasty!! Lots of glitz hope you can see it!
I entered them into the following challenges:
thecraftypad spots and dots
crazychallenge anything goes
DDH Bling
makeitmonday anything goes
stampsfun-creativity dots
theribbonreel one or more color red blue green or yellow
sentimentalsundays anything goes

Sunday, May 8, 2011

White Plus One Color Christmas Cards Three Versions

For the White plus one color challenge over at A Spoonfull of Sugar as well as the Winter Wonder Land Colors of Christmas and christmascardchallenges and Just Magnolia challenges. I made three 5x7 cards and used two different snowflake prints for the backgrounds. I cut three circles in white and painted them with extreme glitter paint. I added another circle cut from each of the backing prints and placed them on top.

I cut strips of blue and red cardstock and added some white ribbon on top/ I colored my stamped Tilda in copics and painted extreme glitter on the white and the blue and red areas. I popped the Tilda's up with some dimentionals. I added my sentiments on cardstock and popped them up too.


I painted 3 flowers for each card with extreme glitter and added some stickles to the centers and added them to the strips on each card. Three cards all white with one color!

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Winged Angel Christmas Card

I made this green 5x7 card for the thestampingboutique challenge Winged Things and the bah-humbug going Green challenge . I used a metallic gold topper then added
a strip of green cardstock that I embossed with dots. I added gold stickles to dots. I used scor tape to make a line above and below that I then added Martha Stewart gold glitter to the lines. I made my own sentiment and popped it up with dimentionals. I chose a vintage winged angel image that I painted with gold extreme glitter paint and popped that up as well.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Christmas Card Sweet Vintage

I made this 5x7 card for cupcakecraftchallenges the C is for Christmas,Card,Coats and the Cute doggie and the Winter Wonderland Challenge snow-much-fun. I used a red card topper and added a holly and leaf print background.
I added stickles to color the holly berries and edged the print with glitter striped strips. I added red stickles to edges of the strips for more sparkle. I used a vintage Christmas image and popped it up with dimentionals, (better duck or you might get hit with the snowball the little girl is about to throw)!! I added a Prima Christmas flower with a rhinestone center and added 2 more rhinestones to the strip behind the image.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Vintage Christmas Card Anything Goes

I made this 5x7 card for the crafts4eternity anything-goes challenge and Anything Goes at Movingalongwiththetimes. I used burgandy and teal cardstock and a vintage image that I liked. I added a Prima flower and leaves that were painted
with extreme glitter paint. I popped up the image and sentiment with dimentionals
and added some green rhinestones to the flower center and along the strip of
cardstock at the bottom.

Welcome Home to a Sleeping Santa

Nothing like coming home and finding Santa has fallen asleep on the job!! And his little dog too!!
I made this card for the pennyschallenges-welcome home challenge. I made a 5x7 red card and
topped it with a metallic gold back ground. I added a strip of red and gold with a strip of red rhinestones. I used a vintage image and painted the white parts on santa with extreme glitter paint and mounted it on red cardstock and popped up with dimentionals. I added my own sentiment and popped it up too.

Easy as 1 2 3 Tilda

This card was made for the Easy as 1,2,3 at TotallyGorjuss challenge and the totallypapercrafts-glitter challenge. I Tilda, 2 lines of
stickles and 3 prints. Glitter paint on the white parts of Tilda as well as her bell and more in the stickles lines.
I made a 5x7 card. Used 2 prints on the background and
added another print on a blue border. I edged the 3rd print with a line of
stickles at the top and bottom edge. I attached my greeting to blue cardstock and
popped it up with dimentionals. I colored a Tilda with copics and extreme glitter paint on the white part
(and bell) and popped her up. Tilda was easy as 1,2,3!