Saturday, January 7, 2017


The final challenge on New Year's Day was to make a vintage card. I used Graphic 45 paper for this card. I added flowers, buttons, and lace for my vintage feel.

Just pretty

This card was designed for a challenge to use your favorite college teams colors. OK, I don't have a favorite college team. So, I used the colors of the individual who posted the challenge. I have no idea of what school this represents. The doily was made with a Tim Holtz die using printed tissue paper. The flowers are a Penny Black die.

Friday, January 6, 2017

Think Pink

The challenge for this card was to use pink. I think I accomplished the goal!

I wuff you

This cute little dog was the focus of a challenge to use cats or dogs on your card.

Thursday, January 5, 2017


This inspirational card used a calendar picture for the background with the inspirational words stamped onto it.


This challenge for this card was to use 3 or more monochromatic circles. The sunflower is an image from a calendar. Since it was sitting on my desk, I thought I would make use of it.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Seasons Greetings

A group I belong to had several challenges on New Year's Day. This challenge was to use a picture from a calendar for your card. A simple sentiment sticker made this an easy card to do.

Something new

The Paper Ala Mode challenge at The Outlawz this past week was to use something new. Both the Penny Black sticker and the Nuvo Jewel drops are new.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Holly Jolly

The Monday Greetings challenge at The Outlawz was to use something new. Both the house mouse image and the die for Holly Jolly are new.

Merry Christmas

The Sunday CAS challenge at The Outlawz this week was to add shimmer to your card. This tree and its background is one sticker. I colored with topics and added Nuvo glitter to the ornaments.

Monday, January 2, 2017

Woodland Creatures

The Thursday challenge this week at The Outlawz was "anything goes".   This woodland creatures scene was made with the Woodsy Wonderland collection from Heartfelt Creations. The background was done using a stencil, alcohol ink, and yupo paper. I colored the images with zig real color brushes.