Thursday, November 27, 2014

Studio Calico: Park Ave Card Kit + Stamp Add-Ons

It's Reveal Day at Studio Calico and I have some projects made with the main card kit Park Ave to share with you.


This card is made with the Main Card Kit only.  I colored the Taxi with markers and added stickles to the windshield to make it shiny. The included enamel dots make perfect headlights.


My second card uses Color Theory inks along with the stamp set from the main card kit to create a colorful city scene.


My third card for this post uses the Park Ave card kit along with the mini stamp set Talk Nerdy To Me.


I created a tag for my sentiment and used the purple twine for the top.  I think it kinda looks like crazy purple hair. I stamped the glasses behind the tag with green pigment ink. I added a little wink of stella clear glitter to the glasses on the tag for some shine.


Thanks for stopping by, stop by later today and I will share a few more projects with the December Studio Calico card kit and add-on stamps.

25 Days of Christmas Tags

Today I'm playing along with Tracey at and her 25 Days of Christmas Tags.  I created a tag using lots of Lawn Fawn goodies. 


I used the Winter Gifts Tags along with Winter Owl and the Snow Day papers to create this super cute tag.  I used the circle and scalloped circle stackable to cut the perfect place for my sentiment and I also used one of the heart dies from Lawn Fawn to cut a little heart out of the tag layered behind. I finished it off with some ribbon and Peppermint Lawn Trimmings twine.

You can check out all the other tags at Tracey's Blog.  In addition to fun tags there are also prizes to be won! You can check out prize details and sponsors on her blog as well. Leave a comment here and I will pick one lucky commenter to be entered to win the drawing for prizes on the 28th.  Please leave a comment by the end of the day.

Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving

And Happy Thanksgiving...a day early. I have a different holiday post going up tomorrow so I am here to share my official Thanksgiving card today. :)


I colored the cornucopia from Lawn Fawn's Harvest Season set with colored pencils and then cut it out.  I used papers from the Sweater Weather collection to create my background and scalloped circle frame. I white embossed the sentiment from Happy Feast and used a white gel pen to hand draw stitching lines.  I finished it off with a red burlap twine bow and some white enamel dots created using Wedding Dress white pico embellisher.

Thanks for stopping by today!


Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Give Thanks

Thanksgiving dinner is getting closer... I can taste the turkey! That is my inspiration for today's card.


I used Neat & Tangled's My Plate is Full stamp set along with the Cold Snap paper from Lawn Fawn's Sweater Weather collection to create this fun and festive place setting.


I used the stitched rectangle dies to cute the place mat and a scalloped circle die for the polka dot charger behind the plate.  I put platinum stickles on all the utensils over top of a layer of Wink of Luna silver ink.  I also added rose gold stickles like table confetti.

Thanks for stopping by today! Tomorrow I have another Thanksgiving card to share.


Monday, November 24, 2014

So Thankful For... Pumpkin Pie

This week I will be sharing some Thanksgiving Cards with you.  Today's card is cute and fun, I just love that little slice of pie.


I used the a chestnut Woodgrain note card as my base and cut some circles and scalloped circle from the Sweater Weather petite paper pack.  I just love the quilt pattern paper, I think it makes a perfect table setting for this little piece of pie.


The slice of pie from Lawn Fawn's Happy Feast set is colored with copics and the sentiment is white heat embossed on a banner also cut from the Sweater Weather collection.  I gave a little sparkle to the whipped cream with a white Wink of Stella pen (which is a little hard to see in the photos) and added some enamel dots using a Viva decor paper pen in cream.

Thanks for stopping by today!


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