Monday, June 18, 2018

Unidentified Image Swap


This is the card for the 38th round of the Unidentified Image swap on SCS.  It is a group of ladies who are a part of a bi-monthly swap where we all use the same image, sent to us by the hostess.  The unidentified part is that we are to not discuss the image at all until the day they are to be posted--today!   The image for this round was provided by Jeanette.  She will swap the cards and include the next image that Janet,  our next hostess in their return envie.  And then we get to do it all again--for round #39--in August! 

I think this is such a sweet Unity image--love this!  I did not add an image so the card can be used for any occasion.

Here is the inside of my card:


If you check some of the other blogs listed on my sidebars, you may find some other swappers who have posted their creations today or in the next few days.  I hope Jeanette and everyone in the swap likes my card--and that you do too!

Image/Sentiment:  Unity Promise Always
 
Cardstock/Patterned Paper:  Recollections 110# White; Stampin' Up Chocolate Chip, Always Artichoke, Sahara Sand, To The Nines Designer Series Paper

 
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black
 
Accessories:  Copic Markers; Stampin' Up Artichoke Denim 3/8" Jean Ribbon; Copper Brads




Friday, June 15, 2018

June is Rose Month

If you are looking for my DT card from The Project Bin-please scroll down!


It is the 15th of the month and that means I am showing you a new Dueling Darlings card.  For our June Challenge, Carol and Shelly are the hostesses! They decided on the theme-June is Rose Month!   Shelly is the one of the Dazzlers and Carol is a Diva, the team I am on, and was are all Dueling Darlings!

Carol sent each of the Divas wonderful rose images--and we had to chose!.  I picked this one by Gina K Designs. Carol included some great patterned papers--all shades of black--her signature color! I pickled the black sparkle one--as that too is a favorite of Carol--the glitter queen!!!!  She also included some matching embellishments! This sure was a fun card to make!  And, yes it does look like the vase is a bit crooked--I guess I need to line up the die a bit better next time!  

Carol also gave us a list of the colors of roses and the significance of each one.  She asked us to tell our most favorite color of rose and to color our image that color.  My favorite color of rose is Yellow--which means Joy-Happiness-Caring-True Friendship!  That is what all of my stamping friends mean as they bring me joy and happiness!  They are all very caring and I have made some wonderful friendships!  And--I count Carol in that description too...………………...


Here is the inside of my card, with another of piece of the sweet patterned paper:





I hope all of the Darlings enjoy my card this month. Please be sure to stop in to see what all of the Divas as well the Dazzlers have created this month.  Terry S and Terry A are up for the July theme, so be sure to check back!

There are a few members who do not have blogs:  Suzy and Terry S who both are on the Diva team, and Terry A, Paola and Debby who are Dazzlers.  You will be able to check out their creations in their SCS gallery, if you click on the link for their name.  All of the others should be found on my left sidebar.  I am sure you will enjoy all of the wonderful creations this month!

Image/Sentiment: Gina K Designs Vintage Rose

Cardstock/Patterned Paper: White; Stampin' Up Old Olive, Daffodil Delight; Black Glitter Paper; Black and White Rose Patterned Paper on the inside

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black; 

Accessories:  Copic Markers; Impression Obsession Ornate Oval Frame; Scallop Oval Die; Black Trim; Black and Clear Rhinestones




Friday's With The Project Bin

If you are looking for my Dueling Darlings card-please scroll up!


It is Friday, so  that means that I am back with another card for The Project Bin Stamps--A Way With Words!  Every single Friday I will be posting a card made from one of their great photopolymer stamp sets.  So, please plan to come back each week to see what I have created--I think you too will love these great sentiment stamp sets.  And, remember, some of the sets come with matching steel dies! Denise is the owner, founder and creator of these wonderful stamp sets.  The sentiments she has for us to ink up are just perfect for any holiday or time of year.  Please be sure to go and check them out! 

I am so excited to see what great stamp sets Denise has in mind for the future.  I am sure she will have some wonderful sentiments for us to ink up and for you to consider purchasing!  I just know you too will love creating cards with these stamp sets!!!

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If you want to check out more creations from the design team, be sure to check out The Project Bin Blog as often as you can.  Every day there is a different card posted by one of more of the design team members.  

For this card, I used a newer stamp set called Classic Man. This set comes with 13 great stamps--12 sentiments and this wonderful classic car!   It is the perfect set to use for any masculine cards! And--it is perfect for Father's Day on Sunday!  I added some fishing brads for that special dad!

Here is the Classic Man stamp set:


Here is the inside of my card:



I hope you have enjoyed my card for The Project Bin. Check back on every week, any day for inspiration for the team but especially on Friday's to check out my cards. I am so excited to be on this wonderful design team!

Image/Sentiment: The Project Bin Classic Man Stamp Set

Cardstock/Patterned Paper:  Recollections 110# Ivory;  Stampin' Up Old Olive, Mossy Meadow; Graphic 45 A Proper Gentleman Patterned Paper

Ink: Stampin' Up Mossy Meadow

Accessories:  Stampin' Up Mossy Meadow 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon, Fishing Brads, 




Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Anchors Away!


This card is for the monthly swap that Pam hosts on SCS.  Each month we make 10 cards and include a matching envelope.  They can be any theme for any month.  All of the swappers are wonderful and I have received awesome cards each and every month.  

I inked up one of my favorite stamp sets to use for masculine cards--Anchors Away, from The Project Bin. I love this set and I have used it often ever since I got it.  I love all of the great sentiments!   I did not add any additional embellishments, other than the ribbon, as I think guys like the more simple cards.   I think everyone can use a great masculine card like this!

Here is the inside of my card:





I hope Pam and the others swappers like my card this month!


Image/Sentiment:  The Project Bin Anchors Away Set

Cardstock:  Recollections 110# White; Stampin' Up Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, Nautical Expeditions Designer Series Paper

Ink:  Stampin' Up Cherry Cobbler

Accessories:  Stampin' Up Cherry Cobbler Satin Stitched Ribbon




Sunday, June 10, 2018

Enchanted Story

 

This is my card for the monthly themed swap that Terry is hosting on SCS.  Each month she will post a theme and we make cards using any stamp set we believe follows that thought. This is our 30th month and the theme for June is "Enchanted Story". We are to use fairies, gnomes, mermaids, dragons, or any storybook creatures on our card.  I am sure there will be some wonderful cards this month. 

I used one of the many Melonheadz images that I have and I love the colors in the mermaid.  I hope Terry and the others swappers like my card this month too!  Terry will be posting the July theme today, so be sure to come back in to see what we create!  

Image/Sentiment:  Melonheadz Under the Sea ~ Mermaid Girl

Cardstock/Patterned Paper:  Recollections 110# White; Stampin' Up Tangerine Tango, Night of Navy, Cool Caribbean; Bella Blvd Secrets of the Sea

Accessories: Stampin' Up Tangerine Tango 1/4" Stitched Satin Ribbon; Tangerine Tango Brads