Monday, February 13, 2017

We Just Click

AJVD, Kecia Waters, camera, Valentine
So, I'm really liking this camera image from A Jillian Vance Design's "Picture Perfect" stamp set.  So much so you'll probably see it again because the set itself is so versatile and can be used year round. 

You can read all about this card on the AJVD blog today.  Go ahead.  Click.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Lots of Dachshund Love

Recollections, Kecia Waters, dachshund, love, Valentine
I made this card to justify buying yet another dachshund stamp.  This time, the image is a part of a cheapo stamp set from Michael's Recollections line.  Cheap quality, but I bought the set with a 60% coupon, so I didn't do too terrible.  Recollections did though...this dachshund you see actually has a sweater on and it looked hideous, so I purposely neglected to ink that part.  Be glad I didn't.  Also used on this card is a pawprint embossing folder from Darice that I dug in a big box for at a convention.  The sentiment is from AJVD.

Not a bad card.  And, the dog WITHOUT THE STUPID SWEATER looks a lot like Sloopy.

Back again tomorrow with another post.  Could there be a little mojo happening?  I'm telling you, it left me during Christmas and has rarely shown its face since.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Octopi My Heart

Tiddly Inks, Kecia Waters, Copic markers, octopus, Valentine
It's Tiddly Tuesday!!! It's been a while, hasn't it?

Christy Croll gave us all a nice Tiddly vacation to rest and recharge.  Now the design team is back, better than ever, for a fun and fabulous 2017.

Today kicks off a new challenge over on the challenge blog.  The challenge is "love".  I thought this fun digital image by Tiddly Inks, Octopi My Heart would be perfect.

I printed Octopi My Heart onto X-Press It cardstock.  I colored with Copic markers and added a few white highlights using a gel pen.  I also adhered a few glass bubbles to complete the details on this card. 

Sure hope you join us for this challenge.  You can read about all of the challenge deets over on the Tiddly Inks Challenge Bl

Monday, January 30, 2017

Blooming Rose

AJVD, Kecia Waters, Copic markers, rose
Drive by post today.  I'm so busy, but I wanted to take the time to share a card I made using the beautiful "Blooming Rose Die Set" from A Jillian Vance Design.

You can read all about this card on the AJVD blog today.

Have a great week friends!

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Woof You Forever

Gerda Steiner, Kecia Waters, Copic markers, MFT, Pan Pastels, Valentine
I spent most of the past weekend, along with MLK Day, inside with a stuffy nose.  I managed to make it into my stamp room and found a little mojo, which lately has been hiding.

I created this little card just for fun.  It is a hodgepodge of materials and images.  The cute dog is from Gerda Steiner Designs.  The paw prints are a part of a background stamp from My Favorite Things, along with the sentiment.  The dog was colored with Copics, the heart was made using Versamark and Pan Pastels.

All in all, it was a fun card to make, and I am pleased with the results.  A card for the Valentine stash.

Have a great rest of the week!

Monday, January 16, 2017

Lots of Buttons, Lots of Love

AJVD, Kecia Waters, Valentine's Day, buttons, heart, Copic markers
I've been having some mojo problems.  You know, the lack of it.  Maybe I got it back with this Valentine's Day card.

You can read all about this card on the A Jillian Vance Design blog today!

You know the deets...Copic markers, negative of heart die cut as a mask, really CAS.

Thanks for sticking with me.  I'm thinking if I clean and organize my stamp room, my mojo will come back.  I think that might be my problem.

Monday, January 9, 2017

White Calla Lilies

Judikins, Kecia Waters, Copic markers, no line coloring, calla lily, wedding
I was asked to make a wedding card.  I don't think you can go wrong with elegant calla lilies, do you? 

I tried my hand at no-line coloring with Copics, stamping the Judikins image with Simon Says Stamp Fog dye ink.  It's no Georgia O'Keeffe, but's it's not terrible. The fancy die cut is actually an old die from Spellbinders.  I have been having fun using older images and supplies lately. 

I hope everyone likes it.  I kinda do. 


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