Monday, August 31, 2009
Here is a scrapbook page and a card I made using the sketches for the Gina K. Designs' August release challenges at SCS.
Stamps: Gina K. Designs (Guiding Light)
Paper: Gina K. Designs pure luxury card stock (chocolate kiss, ivory) and accent card stock from Floral Frenzy kit; Crafts Beautiful patterned paper
Ink: Memento (rich cocoa); Marvy LePlume II markers (silver grey, beige)
Scrapbook page supplies:
Stamps: Gina K. Designs (A Year in Flowers)
Paper: Gina K. Designs pure luxury card stock (ivory); Die Cuts with a View card stock (The Luxury Stack); Stampin Up (mellow moss)
Ink: Stampin Up (mellow moss); Marvy LePlume II marker (olive green)
Embellishments/Accessories: Gina K. Designs ribbon from floral frenzy embellishment pack; EK Success photo corner punch, Fiskars lace border punch
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Here are the cards I made for this month's A Year in Cards class taught by Kristina Werner. Here is the video for the class.
Thinking of You card - Supplies: Stampin Up card stock (Apricot Appeal); Papertrey Ink stamp set (Autumn Abundance); Art Warehouse by Danelle Johnson stamp set (border); transparency; Marvy LePlume II markers (scarlet and green); Black StazOn; Sakura white gelly roll pen; Coluzzle; Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper
Friendship card - Supplies: Papertrey Ink card stock (kraft); Colorbox ink (orange); Brilliance ink (graphite black); Zig millennium pen (black); Verve stamps (Miracles Blossom); Inque Boutique stamp set(Aging Gracefully); Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper
Hello card - Supplies: Stampin Up card stock (Yo Yo Yellow); Studio G clear stamp (Hello sentiment); All Night Media stamp (woodgrain); Brilliance ink (Moonlight White); Sakura white gelly roll pen; Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper; StampnStuff white embossing powder; Memento ink (Rich cocoa)
I created this card for the Jazzy inspirations #18 color challenge. The colors to use are gray, black, white and a pop of green.
I used a technique, inking a Cuttlebug folder, for the main panel of the card. I inked up the Happy Birthday embossing folder with black ink to add color to the white card stock. I added my pop of green by coloring part of the embossed image with a green and black marker. I distressed the edges of the card stock to add a bit of grunge to tie in with the look of the main image panel. As I looked at this card, I thought this could be a great masculine card without the ribbon.
Supplies: Card stock - Stampin Up (going gray, basic black), Papertrey Ink (white); Ink - Brilliance graphite black, Marvy LePlume II markers (black, leaf green); Tim Holtz paper distressor tool, Ribbon - Offray, Cuttlebug Happy Birthday embossing folder