Where Did February Go ?Hello, wow it sure has been a while since I have been here, sorry about that . I have been having fun playing, and creating cards, however, I seem to be running into a snag. Some times my printer / scanner is not playing friendly with my computer... LOL Though I am not laughing , it is a funny thing...Some days certain programs will not operate properly, especially my re sizing one...And I have made mistakes in the scanning process or actually made a few cards a bit larger...With that I have several cards that I cannot share at this time, maybe some day : )
So with that here I am, in hopes of getting an update completed today... Yes I am computer challenged, not a techie at all so
Wish me luck,please... My first card is a sympathy card, I really do not like making these, but today it was easier... while I had the supplies out to make another card I wondered if I could create a sympathy card with the same materials... I used a layer of natural card stock, and then applied bashful blue for the water color, I added seashells and sand and a darker brown ribbon to set if off, I mounted that on a Marina Mist ( by SU ) base, and added a stray starfish for dimension .
Second is my first card that that I made today and it is a Teapot Tuesday card for some one that loves the beach, and in need of some happy thoughts. I love this set, BEAUTIFUL BEACH by SU... and the ink color of Sahara Sand is so perfect for the sand and shells, and being embossed with clear embossing powder really sets them off.....I used bashful blue for the color of the water, on natural card stock, added some cream taffeta ribbon.It is a single layer card so I added depth by popping up a single seashell.
These cards are similar , both carry a message from my heart...
did a post using a shadow stamp and made such a beautiful card. I remembered making a card long ago, with such a stamp, so I re created it to see how I liked mine... I must say, his was so much more stunning... but I am happy that he inspired me to do something...I hope to try another approach using this idea very soon, I hope you all go check his out.
Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope I shared something with you that made you smile... I hope to see you soon