So let's see who won the American Crafts goodies yesterday:
Kendahl.. C'mon down! You're the next winner on the "Prize Is Yours!"
Kendahl, Stepmom Extraordinaire said... And for our next contestant, the winner of the QK goodies:
Marilyn, C'mon Down! You're the next winner on the "Prize Is Yours!"
Marilyn said... Oooooh, that was fun! Congratulations! Just e-mail use your address to email@example.com and we'll be getting that out to you!
Now let's see what fabulous creations our super-talented ladies have for us today!
Here's one from always-amazing Erin Lincoln!
Just a visual delight! Not to mention it totally goes with the whole 'game' them we've got going today. And no, I didn't plan that. ;) I LOVE Erin's style! Erin has a way of putting tons of detail on a page without making it overhwhelming. And how cute is that little Hank of hers?!
American Crafts: Junior Line for Cardstock, Rubons, Flair, Cardstock Stickers
QK: Diamond Plate background, Fun and Games title, Arrow (all three Silhouette cuts)
Bubble: Talk font downloaded from www.dafont.com
Now how 'bout another one from Jen Gallacher. Here's a card that just knocks my socks off! (Okay, so I'm not wearing any, but if I did have them on, they would be off now.)
Sooooo many cute little details on such a little card! Now that's a card that packs a lot of punch! Wanna know how to make your own? Okay, here's Jen's instructions:
- Cut a file folder die cut from teal cardstock and rub edges with brown stamping ink.
- Use an embossing folder to emboss ¾’s of the card with circles.
- Use Versamark ink to stamp the scallop border on the bottom of the file folder.
- Emboss with clear embossing ink.
- Use a circle punch to punch the holes from each scallop.
- Mount the floral pattern paper above the scallop stamped edge.
- Mount a strip of the word pattern paper above the flower pattern paper.
- Ungroup the scallop die cut and remove the inner circles.
- Cut the scallop die cut border from cream cardstock.
- Rub edges with brown stamping ink and mount above word pattern paper.
- Wrap ribbon around floral pattern paper and knot.
- Use Versamark ink to stamp the grid pattern on green cardstock.
- Use black ink to stamp the “a little Birdie told me” stamp on the stamped image.
- Cut a frame from tan cardstock and use the frame portion on the stamped grid (trimming excess edges).
- Mount frame on card with pop dots.
- Cut a bird die cut from dark brown, orange dot pattern paper and yellow cardstock and reassemble.
- Mount bird on frame and add an orange button tied with twine to the wing.
- Use black stamping ink to stamp “love you” on a strip of tan cardstock.
- Attach to file folder with paper clips and mount folder on folded sheet of dark brown cardstock.
And here's her supply list:
- Cardstock: American Crafts
- Stamps: American Crafts
- Embossing powder: American Crafts
- Pattern paper: American Crafts
- Ribbon: American Crafts
- Button: American Crafts
- Die Cuts: Quickutz
- Embossing folder: Quickutz
- Stamping ink: Versamark, Micheal’s, Inque Boutique
- Paper Clips: Office Supply
- Paper punch: Gemline Punches
And because I'm feeling saucy, or maybe because I'm all Bob Barker-ish totday, let's share another card from Nichol Magouirk!
If you haven't had a chance to use any Print & Cuts, you can read more about it here. I LOOOOVE this feature!
Here's a list of Nichol's supplies.
American Crafts Supplies:Pastels 12x12 AC Cardstock, Clear Stamp Sentiments Large, Zing! Rouge Embossing Powder, Clear Mini Jewel Brads
Silhouette designs: love_birds_C20090727161807_2581,flower_multi_square_1220
String, Stickles Giitter Glue, Pop Dots, Notch Tool
And now one of my (me--being Bob Barker) show-room girls will show you what you could win for tomorrow!
How's about this little number from American Crafts:
Or these from QK:
Don't forget to check out the American Crafts blog to see what they are sharing AND giving away! Love those guys...have I mentioned that before? ;)
[this contest is now closed.]