Whipped up this Panda Tire cover using my Silhouette Cameo machine for the Panda lover. Isn't it cute! It is going on this black and white jeep for someone who hopes to be a Panda Veterinarian one day. :)
This Months Top Treats
This weeks challenge at Through The Craft Room Door is sponsored By: Hetty Clare Shop BLURB: I’m Helen Pearce and I am an ill...
For my card I am using this adorable image this week at Rabisco Challenges from MMedel Illustrations our sponsor this week, I am also usi...
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Monday, May 30, 2016
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Anysoldier.com Card Swap Summer 2016 event has arrived! It was time to whip up my set of 20 cards real quick like before checking my post office to see who has sent me cards for the swap. I decided since participation has dwindled from about 20 participants to less than 10 that I would make 20 cards but in 4 different designs. I didn't want to add a lot of fufu stuff, in hopes to keep them simple enough for a soldier to just write in and send to their loved ones. I colored them with your typical Crayola brand colored pencils in a hurry so don't look for the imperfections please. :)
My favorite rubber stamps are these from House Mouse designs. They are so adorable dont you think?
Saturday, May 14, 2016
My first attempt at creating decorative rubber gloves. I joined the pen pal wagon on Facebook and one of my pen friends sent me some chain letters. In each letter you are to send different items to the first person on the list. You remove their name from the list move the 2nd name up and place your name as the 2nd name. Eventually you should receive a pair of gloves or whatever the item is in the chain letter. In this case, it is rubber gloves. At first thought I was like rubber gloves? Why? But then I researched Pinterest for ideas to make your ordinary rubber glove extraordinary!
I found the gloves at Dollar Tree, the ribbon and tulle were purchased at Hobby Lobby, and the table cloth fabric I used was from a table cloth I purchased at Wal-Mart.
Want to make one for yourself or a friend click the link below for a link to directions!
Friday, May 13, 2016
Over at The Outlawz in their Progressive Freebie Challenge they gave this adorable image to play with for the May challenge. I colored with copic markers add tulle, pink ribbon, some glitter to her wings, outline her eyes with a fine tip black pen, and dotted with a white speck to give her eyes more dimension.