Sunday, October 23, 2011

Butterflies, Balloons, and Girly Girls

I'm in a card-making mood today.  Here are three cards that I created.

This card features the Skipping Stones Designs "Healing Wings" stamp set and Webster's Pages Robin's Nest background paper.  The branch is a die cut that I had (it was bright green and I inked it with some brown ink).  I stamped the butterfly on to a piece of blue/purple transparency film.

Here is the sketch:

This card was made for the Chrispea Memorial Crop at Scrap Sisters Studio.
This uses the Reflection Stamping Technique by Michelle.  You can see the tutorial here or here.
This card features the Uplifting Stamp set from Skipping Stones Designs.

This Girly Girl card was made for the Chrispea Memorial Crop at Scrap Sisters Studio.
It also fits Use Your Stash challenge (metal embellishments) at The Crafty Table.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Fall Card

Here is a quickie Fall Card I made.
I made it for the Go Fish Challenge #2.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Trick or Treat

Here is sketch #96:

I used a tag I made from one of The Crafty Table Tag Challenges.
The hostess sends out some supplies and everyone makes a tag with them.  One lucky winner is chosen at random to win a Crafty Prize.
Check out the October Tag Challenge - there are still openings, so come join us!
Hurry, signups close on October 18, 2011.  

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Need a Pick Me Up?

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so I decided to make this card for the Skipping Stones Designs National card making day challenge.
I figured it was appropriate since it features Skipping Stones Designs Stamps.

I will be sending it to a dear friend of mine who needs a pick me up.

If you're a crafter that would like to help fight breast cancer, please come join our Chrispea Memorial Crop at Scrap Sisters Studio.  You can tell them CraftyRia sent you (that's me). 

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Guess who?! Owl show you....

I made this card for the Card and a Half Challenge.
This is from their Sketch Challenge #5.

I used paper and embellishments from Sassafras Lass.  
The mesh was from my stash (I had it for years).
I'm not sure where the flower is from (bottom left), it was the last one in a package.

Here is the sketch: