Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Playing with Serenade by Flowerdisco and Friends Week 5

OK, I don't know where the week went, but jeepers it was a fast one. The base of the card is made with Papertrey Ink's Ocean Tides cut as an A2. The tree is cut with scraps, mostly Club Scrap. I intended to use "I be-leaf in you" as the sentiment, but I wasn't sure when it came time, so I left it blank for now. I can always add it later, but it's a bear to change once it's on :D.

Be sure to check out what everyone else made!

1. Abby-

2. Agnes-

3. Gaby-

4. Helen-

5. Jessica-

6. Melissa-

What's on Your Workdesk? Wednesday - 71

This week just flew by.  I have the remnants of my Playing with Serenade by Flowerdisco and Friends contribution for this week left on the table along with my acrylic blocks and some rubberstamps from my ongoing stamp book projects. I have one page set aside solely for Eiffel Tower stamps. I'd have a gnome page, but I only have one very small gnome stamp, so it would look a bit lost. I've been saving my new Tim Holtz rosette die for an incentive for finishing a few things. So after I write up my instructions for my "Take THAT Cancer" easel card, I get to make rosettes :D. I'll have a full post on it sometime, but it seemed like I should show you all since there's been hints and bits of it for a couple of weeks now.

This is the card I've been working on finally finished (see why I needed to find that foil?). Lots of stickles, pearl ex powder, foil and triple thick glaze. I'm thinking of entering it in the Woman Warrior contest. I was tickled pink that it really seemed to bright the recipient's day. All the cuts and lettering are made with my Cricut Superman cartridge.

I'm trying to tweak just a little bit more length out of the coffin boxes, then I have an order for 12 to put together. *tutting at myself* I almost forgot to say if you are wondering what WOYWW is, or you'd like to see more head over to Julia's blog at Stamping Ground.