Thursday, October 30, 2008

Clocktower Cottage, a new Kinkade release


Here's a look at a card I made using the new Thomas Kinkade "Clocktower Cottage" available today at Cornish Heritage Farms.

I coloured the image with a combination of Prismacolor pencils and Copic markers and added some Stickles at the end for shimmer.

The secret to getting a nice impression with these detailed stamps is to apply your ink with a brayer. You get a nice even coating of ink which allows all the details to show up.

Supplies:
Stamps: Thomas Kinkade Clocktower Cottage by Cornish Heritage Farms, Rummage Bin Time to stamp by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Adirondack espresso (applied with a brayer),Versafine black (for clock),Versamark (for embossing)
Cardstock: Prism smooth white
Patterned Paper: K and Company
Tools: Nestabilities dies
Accessories: Copic markers, prismacolor pencils, Liquid pearls, Stickles, Sharpie white paint pen, Prima flowers, Button, White embossing powder, Decorative clip 7 gypsies
Technique: Colouring, brayering

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Layout Sketch Wednesday

Julia created this wonderful sketch for today's layout challenge at Cornish Heritage Farms.

This is my interpretation of the sketch. As you can see I moved the title and journalling around a bit but was inspired by the overall design of the sketch.



Be sure to stop by the gallery to share your creation using this sketch. The challenge thread can be found in this forum. And be sure to check out Julia's layout on her blog.

Supplies:
Stamps: Rummage Bin Time to Stamp by Cornish Heritage Farms, Saturday Evening Post License Plates by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Adirondack Denim, Staz On Timber Brown
Patterned Paper: Basic Grey Making Memories Passport Line
Accessories: Making Memories Passport Stickers, Ribbons, Flowers, button and pearl pin (general craft supplies), Making Memories mini letters, Forever in Time glitter chipboard letters
Technique: Aged photo with Acid Grunge action in Photoshop

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

It's Saturday Evening Post release day!

Another post for today! Today at Cornish Heritage Farms there are THREE new Saturday Evening Post stamps available: Bird Watching, Fall Harvest and License Plates. They are all wonderful and versatile images!

I have three new cards to show you using these new stamps so bear with me. You can also see the other designer samples in the Saturday Evening Post gallery.

We've moved card
This is a simple layered collage style card.
Supplies:
Stamps: Saturday Evening Post License Plates by Cornish Heritage Farms (background), Mona Lisa Moments Classic Essential Expressions by Cornish Heritage Farms (sentiment), Rummage Bin Journal Box by Cornish Heritage Farms (postmark stamp)
Ink: Adirondack Lake Mist, Versafine Sepia, Versafine Black Onyx
Patterned Paper: Travel paper by American Traditional Designs
Accessories: Offray Ribbon

Harvest card
On this card I heat embossed the image in brown and coloured the image and added some Stickles for sparkle.

Supplies:
Stamps: Saturday Evening Post Fall Harvest by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Versamark (for heat embossingCardstock: Georgia Pacific white (for base)
Patterned Paper: K and Company
Tools: Heat Gun, Copic Markers, Fiskars Theading water punch
Accessories: Flowers (general craft supply), Hemp twine, Autumn Leaves button, Stickles, Brown embossing powder - Ranger
Technique: Heat embossing

Dad card
Last but not least, here's another brayered card using the Bird Watching stamp. I brayered the background and then heat embossed in black ink over top of it.


Supplies:
Stamps: Saturday Evening Post Bird Watching by Cornish Heritage Farms, Daisy Chain Scrapblock by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Tsukineko Kaleidacolor Pad – Blue Breeze, Versamark (for embossing), Versafine black
Cardstock: Ranger Glossy cardstock, Prism
Patterned Paper: Provocraft
Tools: Brayer
Accessories: Black embossing powder - Stampendous, Buttons (general craft supplies), Hemp twine, Quickutz typewriter font (die cut letters)
Technique: Brayering Heat embossing

Guess who has a new blog?

Cornish Heritage Farms has a new inspiration blog and today is the official kick off! Be sure to stop by because rumour has it there may be some PRIZES to give away ;)

Here's the new blog address: http://becreative.cornishheritagefarms.com/

I'll leave you with a Christmas card I made recently using a snowman stamp from the Kim Hughes Heart Warmers set. (Note you can also buy Snowie Sophie as a separate stamp either mounted or unmounted).



For this card I stamped the image onto white paper and cut out the body only. Then I coloured around edges a bit with a Copic marker and lightened it with the colourless blender pen. I stamped the same image onto my patterned paper and glued the white body over top. I finished off the card with a row of buttons (and by the way in real life they are not crooked as you can tell my photo has some shadows and apparently I can’t take a straight photo LOL!) and some Cosmo Cricket papers.

Supplies:
Stamps: Kim Hughes Heart Warmers by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Adirondack Espresso
Cardstock: Prism
Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket
Accesories: Fiskars Threading Water punch, Buttons, Copic markers

Monday, October 27, 2008

CHF Challenge Chicks Monday---Faux Snow

For this week's CHF challenge, we were challenged to use Faux Snow (Art Institute). Here's a close up of what it looks like. It's pretty cool to work with. You can apply it with regular glue but when I saw it, I instantly thought of snowglobes and that's how my card came into being.



I created my snow globe by creating a shaker box and gluing it behind a round window in my card. I added a few sprinkles of the faux snow into my shaker box as well as gluing a bit underneath my trees and snowman.

To finish off the card I added a small banner by cutting little triangles out of the new Basic Grey Wassail Christmas paper and adding some hemp twine.

Be sure to stop by and check out the projects from the other CHF girls participating this week: Julia, Kristine, Michele, Dawn, Julie and Lesley. We'd also love to see your creations. You can post your design in the CHF gallery and link to the challenge thread in the forums.

Supplies:
Ink: Adirondack black
Cardstock: DCWV, Prism
Patterned Paper: Basic Grey Wassail
Tools: Coluzzle circle template
Accessories: Hemp twine, Making Memories tag, Making Memories brad, Art Institute faux snow, Copic markers, Stickles, Prima tape, Foam tape, office transparency
Technique: Shaker box snow globe

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Saturday Evening Post Harvest Card


Here's another sneak peek at one of the three new Saturday Evening Post stamps that is being released next week at Cornish Heritage Farms. This one is called "Fall Harvest" and will be available on October 28th.

For this card first I stamped the image in Staz On ink onto water colour paper and coloured in with my water colour pencils. Then I took my stipple brush and Ranger distressing ink and started to swirl over the entire stamped image. I really love the way this turned out. It turns the entire image very vintage but you still get to see the colouring through it. Just between you and I this is a great way to cover up less than stellar colouring *wink*.

To finish off the card, I did some sewing and added the sign stamp from the Rummage Bin set over top of the Post part of the stamp. It was actually a perfect fit!

Supplies:
Stamps:
Saturday Evening Post Fall Harvest by Cornish Heritage Farms, Rummage Bin All things Fall by Cornish Heritage Farms

Ink: Staz On Timber Brown, Adirondack Espresso, Ranger Vintage Photo distressing ink

Cardstock: Canson Water colour paper

Patterned Paper: Basic Grey Mellow

Tools: Sewing Machine, Stipple Brush, Water colour pencils

Accessories: Autumn Leaves Buttons

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Have you seen this blog?

Have you ever seen the Aussie Scrap Source blog? Well if not you really need to check it out and book mark it because there is always some amazing inspiration over there. What I like is that they feature tons of projects by product line each week. A great way to be inspired to use all those product lines we might have in our stashes.

Last week they asked me if they could use two cards I did using the Vita Bella line from My Little Yellow Bicycle. Of course I was honoured and said yes! You can see the post here which features tons of fabulous projects from all the MYLYB lines. My two cards can be seen at the bottom of the post.

Thanks for letting me share!

Friday, October 24, 2008

Another Quickie Kinkade card


Do you need a card in less than 5 minutes? Well this one will leave you a few minutes to spare.

All I did was take one of the sheets of the Thomas Kinkade Masculine Series papers and cut it in half to create a 8 x 4” card base. I stamped the “inspire” word and heat embossed with black embossing powder. Then I stamped on the bottom with the Daisy Chain Scrapblock in black ink and added a small strip of paper and hemp twine.

Simple as that!

Supplies:
Stamps: Mona Lisa Moments Big inspiration by Cornish Heritage Farms, Daisy Chain Scrapblock by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Versamark (for embossing), Versafine black
Patterned Paper: Thomas Kinkade masculine series by Cornish Heritage Farms
Accessories: Hemp twine, Black embossing powder

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

A Saturday Evening Post Sneak Peek



There are THREE new Saturday Evening Post stamps being released on Tuesday October 28th at Cornish Heritage Farms.

This is one of the stamps, called “Bird Watching”. It is absolutely perfect for masculine cards and as you can see from my sneak peek it lends itself really well to brayering.

This card was made using only cardstock and stamping. I brayered the sky background onto glossy paper and stamped the image over top in black ink. For the card base, I used Ranger Distress Inks and applied them with a stipple brush. Then I stamped with a Scrapblock in black ink. A very simple card for that man in your life.

Supplies:
Stamps: Saturday Evening Post Bird Watching by Cornish Heritage Farms, Fine Houndstooth Scrapblock by Cornish Heritage Farms, Mona Lisa Moments Classic Essential Expressions by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Versafine Black (heat set on brayered sky), Ranger Distressing Ink Dried Marigold, Tsukineko Kaleidacolor Pad - Cappuccino Delight
Cardstock: Prism (card base), Ranger glossy cardstocker (brayered sky), Bazzill black
Tools: Ink brayer, Stipple brushes, Nestabilities die
Accessories: Offray ribbon

Monday, October 20, 2008

Special Delivery card and CHF Challenge Chick Monday!


Here’s a quick card I created using some of the Kim Hughes Mocha Chica papers from Cornish Heritage Farms. Also, today is Monday which means it's CHF Challenge Chick Monday. Today's challenge was to create a SHAPED card. Be sure to stop by the other designer's blogs (links on right) to see who was playing along today.

Supplies:
Stamps: Kim Hughes Baby love set by Cornish Heritage Farms, Large Polkadots backgrounder set by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Adirondack Pitch Black ink, Adirondack Pink Sherbet ink
Cardstock: Georgia Pacific (card base)
Patterned Paper: Mocha Chica collection by Cornish Heritage Farms
Tools: Fiskars Threading water punch, Coluzzle (for cutting circles)

Instructions:
1. Cut three 1 3/8" circles out of white cardstock. Stamp baby stamps in black ink and colour images with markers. Ink edges with light pink ink.
2. Cut piece of 5 ½" x 4 ¼" light pink patterned paper and mount onto standard A2 card base. Ink with light pink ink.
3. Cut 3 ¼" square of light teal paper and ink edges with light pink ink. Stamp sentiment in bottom left hand corner with black ink.
4. Punch 3 ¼ " of scalloped border and attach to teal square slightly above sentiment.
5. Cut piece of white paper 4 ¼" x 2". Stamp with polka dot backgrounder in light pink ink and ink edges. Attach to cardbase.
6. Attach remaining square of paper to card base overlapping polka dot strip.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Happy Harvest....a So Sketchy card


For today’s So Sketchy card sketch I created this tall fall themed card (8” x 4”) with a little peek through window. On the bottom I used my new Cuttlebug pumpkin harvest fall folder and lightly sanded to allow the white to show through. The rest of the papers are from this year’s K and Co fall stack.

Window cards are a fun way to create interest on both the inside and outside of your card. I’ll definitely be trying a few more of these!


Supplies:

Stamps: Rummage Bin All things fall set by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Adirondack Ginger InkCardstock: Georgia Pacific (card base)
Patterned Paper: Provocraft (plain orange paper)
Tools: Cuttlebug (Pumpkin Embossing folder), Coluzzle (for cutting window)
Accessories: Offray ribbon, Prima flowers, Button

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Dashing through the snow.....


..... in a one horse open sleigh.....

Here's a festive card I created using the Rummage Bin Primitive Christmas stamp set from Cornish Heritage Farms.

Although the paper I chose was very vintage and distressed, I decided to add some bling and glittered the sleigh and chipboard embellishment. It's very easy to add glitter to your stamped images. First I stamped the sleigh in brown ink and then I used a glue pen to colour in the image. I sprinkled glitter over top and let it dry before tapping off the extra.

I also pulled out the dusty sewing machine and stitched around all the layers in the card.

Supplies:
Stamps: Rummage Bin Primitive Christmas set by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Versafine Sepia
Patterned Paper: Basic Grey (plain distressed), Cosmo Cricket (patterned)
Tools: Sewing machine
Accessories: Martha Stewart red glitter, Chipboard embellishment (Maya Road), Martha Stewart snowflake punch, Red rhinestone Darice
Technique: Glittered stamped image and embellishment, Machine Sewing, Inking

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Christmas Blessings


I forgot to share the last card I created for October’s Sheetload of Cards newsletter. The newsletter with full cutting directions can still be downloaded here.

Supplies:
Stamps: Mona Lisa Christmas sentiments from Cornish Heritage Farms, Rummage Bin Beautiful set from Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Versafine Vintage Sepia
Patterned Paper: Basic Grey Figgy Pudding
Tools: Cuttlebug (snowflake die and embossing folder), Martha Stewart snowflake punch
Accessories: Making Memories rhinestone brad, Frosted card base from Sheetload Short cuts

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Hellllloooo Beautiful!

Webster's Pages has done it again.....they're releasing a new line called Hello Beautiful and wow does it live up to it's name.

Rumour has it that there is a give away on their blog you might want to check out (although if you don't, more chances for me to win LOL!)

Now if only I could find a local store that carried all this yumminess.

O'Canada


I had the Rummage Bin Great Canadian set and the Aged Sheetmusic Scrapblock (both from CHF) sitting on my desk one day and this card idea just popped into my head.

I created a created a flag out of the maple leaf stamp and mounted in onto the sheet music background. Then I stamped a little moose train along the bottom. I added the O'Canada sentiment with Making Memories mini letters.

Wouldn't this make a fun card to mail someone out of the country, or even for a Canada Day greeting?

Supplies:
Stamps: Rummage Bin Great Canadian Set by Cornish Heritage Farms, Aged sheet music Scrapblock by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Staz On Red, Versafine Sepia
Cardstock: Bazzill (for card base)
Patterned Paper: Basic Grey
Accessories: Making Memories Mini alphabet letters

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Masculine birthday wishes


Making masculine themed cards is super easy using the Thomas Kinkade papers from Cornish Heritage Farms.

For this card I used some of the papers from the masculine paper set and created the wood grain background with a backgrounder stamp to add to the wood-sy feel of the card.

Supplies:
Stamps: Wood grain backgrounder by Cornish Heritage Farms, Mona Lisa Moments Classic Essential Expressions by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Adirondack Ginger Ink
Cardstock: Georgia Pacific (card base)
Patterned Paper: Thomas Kinkade Masculine paper set by Cornish Heritage Farms
Tools: Coluzzle (for cutting circles)

Monday, October 13, 2008

Flower Soft and a sneak peek......


This Tuesday, Cornish Heritage Farms is release some individual images from the Rummage Bin Primitive Beginnings collection set.

This card using the single willow tree that will be available on Oct 14th. In order to add some greenage to the tree I tried out my new jar of flower soft. If you haven't heard of it, it's this super cool fluffy moss like "stuff" that you can apply to your paper crafts using some PVC glue. It's a bit messy but doesn't this look cool?

For Canadian girls, I was able to get some of it at Angela's Paper Crafts in Dundas Ontario. Very neat stuff!!

Supplies:
Stamps: Rummage Bin Primitive individual images by Cornish Heritage Farms (available Tuesday Oct. 14th), Mona Lisa Moments Motivational Centers by Cornish Heritage farms
Ink: Versafine Sepia
Patterned Paper: Colorbok
Tools: Sewing machine
Accessories: Wood buttons, embroidery floss, Flower Soft (Light Green)

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Miss You

Here's a nice bright card I created using the Kim Hughes Paradise Found and the Rummage Bin Beautiful stamp sets from Cornish Heritage Farms.

I picked out my papers (Basic Grey) and then coloured my tropical flowers to match.

Supplies:
Stamps: Kim Hughes Paradise Found set by Cornish Heritage Farms, Rummage Bin Beautiful set by Cornish Heritage Farms Ink: Adirondack Dye Ink Meadow Cardstock: Georgia Pacific (for card base) Patterned Paper: Basic Grey Accessories:Copic markers, Stickles

Friday, October 10, 2008

Merry Christmoose!


This is a fun card I created for the World Card Making Day challenges last weekend at Cornish Heritage Farms. The challenge was to use “snow” on your card. I combined several different sets of stamps on this card (see list below) and then used Ranger Liquid Pearls to make some shiny snow at the bottom of the card.

In order to create the "Christmoose" sentiment, I partially inked two different sentiment stamps and stamped them individually. I used a tissue to remove the ink from the letters I did not want to stamp. This is a great technique for creating your own custom words!

Supplies:
Stamps: Rummage Bin Great Canadian Set by Cornish Heritage Farms, Rummage Bin All things Fall by Cornish Heritage Farms, Kim Hughes Christmas Cheer set by Cornish Heritage Farms, Aged sheet music Scrapblock by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Adirondack Ginger, Versafine Sepia
Cardstock: Bazzill (card base)
Patterned Paper: Cosmo Cricket, Provocraft
Accessories: Poinsettia, wood button, raffia (general crafts supplies), Copics, Ranger Perfect Pearls (for snow)

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Elvis is in the house!


Sheet music Elvis is being released today at Cornish Heritage Farms. This is the first chance I've had to create with the "King" and it certainly won't be my last.

Here's one card I created for the release. I paired it up with some patriotic looking star papers from Kaisercraft and the Aged Sheetmusic Scrapblock. As you can see I can actually get at my sewing machine these days after my sort of reorg of the craft room, so I did a bit of stitching around the papers.

Check back later for another card I did with this super cool stamp.

Thank you, thank you very much :)

Supplies: Stamps: Sheet Music Elvis by Cornish Heritage Farms, Mona Lisa Moments Classic Expressions by Cornish Heritage Farms, Aged Sheet Music Scrapblock by Cornish Heritage Farms Ink: Adirondack Espresso, Brilliance Galaxy Gold Patterned Paper:Kaiser Craft (both stars paper), Colorbok (beige background papers) Accessories: Tim Holtz Grungeboard stars, Stickles, Techniques:Machine stitching

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Welcome to #27 Mushroom Lane


Here’s a gate fold card I made using a Mushroom Lane (#27) stamp from Cornish Heritage Farms. I paired it up with papers from the Basic Grey Ambrosia line and a few Prima flowers.

If you’d like to see more of these fun stamps, be sure to check out the Mushroom Lane gallery here.

Supplies: Stamps: Mushroom Lane #27 from Cornish Heritage Farms, Kim Hughes Tag You're It from Cornish Heritage Farms Ink: Adirondack Pitch Black Cardstock: Prism Patterned Paper: Basic Grey Ambrosia line Tools: Nestabilities scalloped die Accessories: Copic markers, Stickles, Prima flowers, American Crafts ribbon

Monday, October 6, 2008

CHF Challenge Chicks Monday is here!

For today's challenge the Cornish Heritage Farms design team is sharing QUICK AND EASY card.

This is a quick card I made using some scraps of Rusty Pickle Lucky paper, some kraft cardstock and some white pigment ink. I created the shamrock using a heart stamp from the Rummage Bin Primitive Christmas set and cutting the tips off. I covered the center with a button and added some rick rack.

To create the background on the bottom of the card, I stamped with white pigment ink. Quick and easy!

Be sure to stop by the blogs of the other designers participating: Julia, Kim, Val, Alli, Joanne, Kristine, Carole, Lisa, Michele, Sherrie, Lisa S. and Becky.

Supplies:
Ink: White Pigment Ink, Adirondack Meadow Ink
Cardstock: The Paper Company
Patterned Paper: Rusty Pickle Lucky
Accessories: Button, Rickrack, Pink Paislee stickers (lucky stickers)

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Let's Celebrate World Card Making Day!!

Well, as you may know, today is World Card Making Day and boy oh boy there is a LOT going on!! I am going to be BUSY today!!

First of all, a reminder that we have some challenges, chat and PRIZES available over at Cornish Heritage Farms. We have three holiday card challenges to keep you busy in the forums and you can also come and chat with us from 2-5 pm EST.

Secondly, Scrapbook and Cards Magazine is celebrating on their blog. They asked me to create a card for this special day and this is what I came up with. If you are not familiar with this fabulous FREE Canadian magazine, they have a special card donation program called “Bring a Smile to a Child”. They collect and distribute birthday cards to children’s hospitals across Canada. So if you have a few extra cards lying around why not send them to this worthy cause? I sent them this card and I hope it brings a smile to a child’s face.



Instructions:
1. Create an A2 standard card base (measuring 5 1/2 x 4 1/4) using card stock of your choice (or premade card base).
2. Take zig-zag edged cardstock and trim to fit inside the card base as shown. Adhere to card base.
3. Trim a piece of patterned paper to fit inside the zig-zag cardstock and adhere.
4. Stamp turtle stamp onto green patterned paper and cut out. Stamp eyes onto white paper and cut out. Glue white eyes onto cut out turtle. Stamp cupcake onto white paper and colour as desired.
5. Using scalloped border punch, punch strip out of red patterned paper same width as background paper.
6. Cut piece of orange paper same width as background paper, and stamp with sentiment in bottom left corner.
7. Emboss white paper with birthday embossing folder and cut to same width as background paper.
8. Adhere orange paper, red scalloped border and embossed cardstock as shown to center of background paper. Adhere turtle and cupcake cut outs to card. Adhere chipboard candles to card. Add bow to candles.
9. Add some shimmer to the card by adding Stickles as desired.



Supply list:
Stamps: Kim Hughes' Baby Love set from Cornish Heritage Farms (turtle), Kim Hughes U R a Hoot set from Cornish Heritage Farms (sentiment and hat), Kim Hughes Baked with Love set from Cornish Heritage Farms (cupcake), Ink: Adirondack Pitch Black, Cardstock: DCWV card base, Bazzill Cardstock with an edge, Patterned Paper: Basic Grey Cupcake collection, Tools: Cuttlebug (embossing), Fiskars Threading Water border punch, Accessories: Chipboard, candles Basic Grey Cupcake collection, American Crafts Ribbon, Stickles

Friday, October 3, 2008

Let’s Celebrate


Here’s another card I created for this month’s Sheetload of Cards newsletter.

For this card, I stamped on the clear card base (provided by Sheetload Short Cuts) with Staz On ink. The stamps and papers on this card are all from Cornish Heritage Farms.

Supplies:
Stamps: Kim Hughes U R a Hoot set by Cornish Heritage Farms, Large Polka Dot backgrounder stamp by Cornish Heritage Farms, Ink: Staz On Cactus green, Adirondack Pitch black, Patterned Paper: Mocha Chica collection by Cornish Heritage Farms, Daisy Bucket, Tools: Coluzzle template (for circles), Accessories: Stickles, Clear card base from Sheetload Short Cuts, Copic Markers

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Get those wallets out.....Lots of new releases at CHF this week!

Enabler alert.......Check out all these fabulous new releases at Cornish Heritage Farms this week.

First we have the October stamp of the month. It's a cute pirate set designed by Kim Hughes. It's available at a special price until the end of the month so get on over and order it!!




And speaking of Kim, there are two more new releases now available. How cute are these boy and girl themed sets?


Cornish Heritage Farms is putting together some new theme sets from images that used to be sold individually in the store. This week a pirate set (Shiver me timbers) has been released.

Finally we finish off this busy week with a spider and web stamp and a beautiful poem about cancer. October is breast cancer awareness month so would this stamp not be perfect?



Be sure to check out all the designer samples with these new releases in the CHF gallery.

Just a reminder to join us for World Card Making Day in the CHF forums. As I already mentioned there will be chat, challenges and PRIZES!! All you need to do is get those CHF stamps out and register in the forum.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

It’s October 1st and it’s time for a new issue of Sheetload!


It's October 1st and that means that the new Sheetload of Cards newsletter/recipe sheet is available for download. This month we were given some fabulous clear and frosted card bases from Sheetload Shortcuts. More information on the card bases and information on how to buy them can be found here.

This is the first of three cards I created for this month’s samples. As you can see, you can add a bit of pizazz to your clear card base by stamping on it with Staz On ink (or equivalent)

Supplies:
Stamps: Rummage Bin All Things Fall set from Cornish Heritage Farms, Scrolls Scrapblock from Cornish Heritage Farms, Ink: Staz On Saddle Brown, Versafine Sepia, Patterned Paper: K and Company, Tools: Nestabilities scalloped die, Accessories: Clear card base from Sheetload Short Cuts