Thursday, June 17, 2010

High Hopes stamps' newest artist

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We are in for another great stamp release and blog hop from High Hopes stamps. They will be showcasing their newest artist to the group, Melissa Jenkins. Her designs are very sweet! I can't wait to see more on June 18th at the hop. Thanks for visiting. Tanya R.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

High hopes release coming soon

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Can't wait to see the exciting new stamps from High hopes rubber stamp. I love Dustin's work. Join in the fun by joining them in a blog hop as well on release day June 14th!
Tanya R.

Monday, June 7, 2010

Welcome Paris!

This card was made for my friend's new arrival, Paris. The teddies stomach is in the shape of a heart and covered in white fun flock to give it a soft touch. I colored the bear with Tria markers to give it more depth. Thanks for dropping by. Tanya.

Popcorn Bear Tags

I got a wonderful package of popcorn bear chipboard tags from Simply Cards & papercraft magazine and so I have been creating these great cards with them. The first one is for my Mother-in-law for Mother's day. I found that this paper from K&Company went really well with the daisies in the background of the tag.

And this card was made for my Mother on Mother's day.

This card was for my friend on her retirement. This was a perfect tag because she is an avid gardener. The paper I chose is DCWV. I am sure that you will see more of these tags in my future designs cause they are just so darn cute.

Birthday boys

I finally have a moment to catch up on some posts. I have been noticing a pattern of posting about once a month (I wish it was more). These pics are actually from April birthdays that all fall within a week of each other.

I made this card for my husband's birthday. I used DCWV papers and die-cuts for the hearts and "happy birthday".

This one was made for my father. The tree is an embossing folder from crafts too. I used chalks to color it and heat embossed the "hello" with burgundy powder.

I made this card for my brother's birthday. The bee stamps used are from Local King rubber stamps. I stamped "happy" twice and then cut out the yellow stripes.

Thanks for stopping by.