Thursday, October 21, 2010

Quick idea for you!

Okay I know a very simple card but I wanted to remind you or tell you that you can color those new rhinestones that Stampin' Up! (finally) carries with a Sharpie. No longer to worry about not having the right color. Love it! I used a blue Sharpie for these rhinestones on this card. I just did a quick card to show you how fun it is.
Oh, and I tried black and mine just came out an odd purple color. Have fun finding different Sharpie colors.......

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Wedding Day!

Our neighbors daughter Katelyn was married yesterday and beings we were all dressed up, I thought it was the perfect time for a family photo. Love it! The wedding was beautiful and her colors were black and red so this is the card I made for the happy couple.

This card is CASE'd from 'cmb268' on Splitcoast. I changed the supplies a little and I love how it turned out. The saying is from an old Stampin Up set called Ever After.
I got a little slack at the SU regional this weekend about updating my blog. Sorry it took me so long ladies (sometimes I feel like I am talking to myself on here).......
Supplies: All SU unless otherwise noted- stamps Elements of Style & Ever After, Ink-my new fav Cherry Cobbler, stazon black, Martha Stewart border punch, White Satin ribbon, pearls, Groom DSP-retired.