Tuesday, February 10, 2009

An adorable elephant and my favorite stamp of all time...

Good afternoon everyone!

I think my "Happy Spring" card worked...it is really starting to feel like Spring. Well, temporarily, that is. It is supposed to get cold again. But I have to say, the rain and the sunshine and the 55 degree weather yesterday really inspired me to create a little! Much more than I've been inspired lately. So, I just had to share some of my projects.

The first card is one I made for this week's HeroArts challenge...you have to use your favorite HeroArts product. I still have to upload it the to the gallery, but I wanted to put it on here first!

My favorite Hero Arts stamp is the French Script stamp...and I used it with the French themed collage stamp by HeroArts as well. Oh, and I was so happy when I remembered that my Cuttlebug Script Embossing Folder matched perfectly!



Stamps: Hero Arts Collage Take Time (H4777) and Old French Writing (H2365)
Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug Script Texture
Ink: VersaFine Jet Black, ColorBox Chalk Ink Chestnut Roan and Charcoal
Icicle Stickles, Prima Flowers, Clear Rhinestones

I made this next card with stamps from Unity Stamp Co. and Heidi Grace. I stamped the flower image with purple ColorBox Ink (I can't remember the name though...sorry!) and embossed it with clear embossing powder, then used some Stickles to accent the flowers.



Stamps: Unity Stamp Company "Spring in the Mail" and Heidi Grace
Ink: Colorbox and VersaFine Jet Black
Scallop scissors, icicle stickles, clear embossing powder

And the last project I am sharing with you today is the little notebook I covered up. It is one of those $1 notebooks from Michael's, and I covered it with cream cardstock. The stamps are from HeroArts...and they are one of their new releases! I just love these little elephants!!!



Stamps: Hero Arts Elephants (CL280)
Ink: VersaFine Jet Black, Brilliance Pearlescent Orchid, and ColorBox Chalk Inks Olive Pastel, Lavendar, Blue Lagoon, Lipstick, Charcoal, and Orchid Pastel
Patterned Paper: BasicGrey Eva "Noble"
Icicle Stickles, Scalloped edge scissors by ProvoCraft

Well, thanks for looking at all of them! I hope you have a great day!

4 comments:

Julia said...

So cute...all of them!! I really like the little notebook...that was such a great idea!!! Thanks for sharing!

Anne said...

Fabulous projects! I really like how you brought out the details of the "Take Time" stamp! :-)

Susan (peebsmama) said...

Great projects. My fave is the French themed one. You really captured the Parisian flair.

mom said...

These all turned out so cute. When you come up we will have to make me a notebook.