Wow, this was fun to make. I used my Cricut for the first time in a long time. I used the Calendar cartridge for all the numbers and to cut out Valentines Day. It's kinda hard to tell but the bottom say "I then a heart Magnolia." I colored all the Magnolia images on the top with my Copics cut them out and then added them to the Topper. February is also from the Calendar cartridge. Everything is magnetic so that it can all be changed each month easily. I added the flowers ribbon and rhinestones from my stash.
This is probably one of my favorite cards I have made so far. I have used Peachy Tilda and colored her with my Copics. I did not keep track of the colors on this one either. Sorry.
For the card I used Bazzill for the base and all printed paper is by Magnolia. I used my Nesties for the four squares in the background and also for the rectangle for Tilda. I then added some flowers and rhinestones in the upper corner, tied a ribbon around it with a bow. I then computer printed Just Peachy on Bazzill cardstock and punched with a SU punch and stuck it to the inside of an oval tag by Making Memories and tied it around the middle of the bow.
Here is a Valentines Day Card I made using Cherry Tilda. I colored her with my Copics awhile back and did not keep track of which ones I used. The card base is by Bazzill and the printed paper is some old paper I found stashed away. All ribbon, buttons and pearls are from my stash. The heart tag is by Making Memories. I also used my Nesties for the ovals. Hope you enjoy.
I had a really hard time finding a layout that I was happy with here. I finally settled for this one. I used printed paper from Basic Grey and cardstock from Bazzill. Edwin is colored using Copics and cutout and set in squares cut from Nesties. I then inked all edges with Black Soot Distress Ink by Ranger and then sewed everything down. I cut the photo corners with a punch from EK Success and layered some flowers with rhinestones on opposite corners and called it good.
This card was originally supposed to be for the Just Magnolia Challenge. We were to use pleats. I just did not get this finished in time. I have pleated paper by K & Co and then cut and stitched it around the edge of my card. All solid cardstock is by Bazzill. I colored Edwin with his guitar with my Copics and then layered him in ovals cut with my Nesties. I then added buttons on all four corners with a bit of twine tied into little bows. That was pretty much all I did. Not sure why I did not get it done in time for the challenge. Oh well.
Here is a list of the Copics I used:
Skin: E0000, E000, E00, E11, and R20 for cheeks.
Pants: B13, B18, B21, B39
Shirt: G21, G85, G94
Hair, Guitar, Boots and Bench: E49, E57, E74, E79, E99
I'm kicking off a new blog where I can post all my non Magnolia cards and crafts. I am also leaving on vacation until February 8th. So, I will draw one lucky winner on February 10th. I will have a few new creations automatically post during my time away on both blogs.
For all other information on how you can be the lucky winner pop on over to my new blog at Kreations by Kellie and check it out.
Here is a set of little thank you notes that I made for my oldest daughter. She is the one that gave me this image for Christmas. For the card I used Bazzill cardstock and printed cardstock from K & Co from a few years past. I cut the squares with my Nesties and layered them. I then colored this little cutie called Dreamy Tilda with my Copics. I inked all the edges with Old Paper distress ink by Ranger and doodled some lines on the edges.
Here is a list of the Copics that I have used.
Skin: E0000, E000, E00, E11
Hair: E51, E53, E55, E57, E59
Clothes: G21, G24, YG11 and R11, R21, RV11.
Thank you everybody who has commented on by blog. I really appreciate it.
I made this card for some friends that we will be cruising with in 2 weeks. We will be cruising through the Panama Canal. Can't wait. I also used the Glitterbee's Challenge for the design.
I colored this Traveling Edwin sitting on his suitcases with the Ranger Distress Inks on watercolor paper. I really like how it turned out. I might have to start using them a little more. The entire card is made with Bazzill cardstock and the Travel stamp is from Technique Tuesday. I corner punched the yellow and added some rhinestones and a button, both of which are from my overflowing stash. I used my nesties for the circles. I think thats it.
Okay, I'm back from my little New Year's vacation.
I made this card about a week ago while I was scrapping with my sister. Although, I did not get the Copic numbers written down before I cleaned up my mess.
The paper is from Basic Grey called Oh Baby and the base is Bazzill. I colored my new little Baby Tilda with my Copics and set her inside of some layered circles from my Nesties collection. I used some pink rhinestones on her pjs for the buttons. I also used some glitter on her wings and added some ribbon and a button slide. The tabs on the side were cut with my tab punch by McGill. I added a sentiment on the inside that reads "Sharring in the happiness of your wonderful news!"
Sorry about not being able to tell you what Copics I used but I would be just guessing at this point. Here is a closeup of her.
I'm posting for my new group of sisters at SBS #29.
I'm really excited to start this group and to get to know everybody. I am also part of the Glitterbees and Stamps R Us groups. We should all have a lot of fun in 2010.
I am supposed to introduce myself and tell you a little bit about me. I am Kellie and I live in Eastern Oregon. I have been married to Vince for 26 years. I have 3 children and they are Jessica who is 23, Tiffany 21, and a son, Dustin, who is 16 and driving, yikes. They are all super.
We farm here in Oregon which has allowed me the opportunity to be a stay at home mom since my 3 child was born. Although, I do get put into a truck, tractor or combine on occasion. In 1999 I opened my very own retail scrapbook store. I then sold it 4 years later. I just got started in cardmaking about a year ago. Now, that seems to be my passion, I actually get a project completed.
Enough about me. Looking forward to meeting all my new sisters.
Hello, my name is Kellie and I live on a farm in a small rural community. I am the mother of three fabulous children, two of which are in college, one wonderful husband, and a dog.
I started scrapbooking back in 1998 and it only took a few months before I was totally addicted. So addicted that I opened my own retail store. I owned that for four years before selling it. Now, 7 years later I still scrapbook but have taken up a love for stamping and card making as well.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. Thanks for stopping by.