Saturday, October 25, 2014

Heidi Under Tree

Good morning from Carolyn --- I am here with my project for this Saturday morning, using Heidi eating her caramel covered apple.

Heidi with Apple

I used the banner title 'Give Thanks' from Angela Creaion's scrap kit: Thanksgiving Fun Scrap Kit; and paper background from Give Thanks Scrap Kit.  Right now I'm not able to locate where I downloaded the Fall tree and fence with rake and pumpkins.

Using Abode Photoshop Elements 12 I created a scenic front to the card, placing Heidi eating her Apple in front on foam tape.  This was layered onto brown Kraft cardstock than onto brown.

Thank you for stopping by and give me a visit at Granny Ma's Creations.  Happy crafting day to all.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Gobble til you wobble

 I've got 3 cards to share with you today.

First this poor guy has realized his time is up...sure hope the family enjoys him.

 For all 3 of today's cards, I colored them in my SIL program.  I love using the different patterns to color the images in.  Makes it so much more fun I think.

 This guy is as proud as he can be! I created the bow with the long tails to highlight him, I created a sparkle tape "log" for him to sit on.  

And finally, today my husband and I celebrate 14 years of marriage. 
When I saw this image I knew I had to use it for him, so he will be getting this card now, lol
 I added crystal effects to the moon then lightly sprinkled some yellow glitter and then some tiny pink hearts.  I also glittered the pumpkins a little.  Can't be too sparkly for him.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Heidi with Apple

Carolyn back with a new digital stamp review - love this image and great to create with. Next one I will create with is Heidi sitting on a fence, chair or in front of a fence...

Here is my card I created:


Supplies used:
  • 5x7 Modern Stationary by Spellbinders Card Creator
  • Image from Scrapping With Lisa Designs
  • Apple design paper from Pixel Scrapper Digital Scrapbooking
  • Red and clear gemstones from my stash 
  • Copic and Bic Mark It markers used for coloring
  • Cardstock is actually Smooth Construction Paper that looks and feel like cardstock 
Thank you for coming by to visit with us, and happy crafting to all.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Sweet Snowman

 I have all of these kits from CTMH so I decided to use one of the cards to show case this adorable snowman.  I added the dark lines around him with my black gel pen, added some glitter and a cute pom pom to his hat.
The little jar of snowflakes I found at the dollar tree in the nail polish section.

Saturday, October 11, 2014


Supplies used:
  • Cardstock from my stash
  • Tree and fence cut out using the Silhouette Cameo; and cut files from SilhouetteAmerica Online store
  • The Crows image cut out using the Silhouette Studio DE print 'n cut feature
  • I used Prismacolor and Spectrum Noir markers for coloring.
  • Black brads from Stampin! Up
  • Happy Halloween sentiment from Teeny Tiny Words stamp set from Stampin! Up
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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Scarecrow Watching his Pumpkins

Good morning crafters, Carolyn here to share another Fall/Halloween card, using the Scarecrow Digital Stamp Image

Layered design paper  and cardstock onto a Kraft cardstock and than using the  Scarecrow Digital Stamp Image which I colored with (I believe) Bic Mark-It markers on the design paper (sorry no Fall type paper in collection) and print and cut the fence with pumpkins using the Print n Cut feature in Silhouette Studio DE, after playing around with the pieces to create the image.  The crow is from the library in Make the Cut software which I had cut out several of this little fellows.  Placed a gemstone for an eye.  On the fence/gate where there was circles to indicate it nailed together, I punched holes with my hole punch, and placed bronze colored brads.  The three pumpkins at bottom, I may have cut this out with my new Cricut Explore Print then Cut feature and place two of three on foam tape.  As for a sentiment, I will place that once I know who will be receiving this card.

Thank you for stopping by to visit with us here and for more inspiration, please visit my blog at Granny Ma's Creative Blog.