Wednesday, June 19, 2019

The Project Bin

Where oh where does the time go?  I can't believe that July 4 is only 15 days away.  I hope everyone is enjoying their summer.  For my card this week for The Project Bin, I decided to use the stamp set "Red, White and Boom!".
I pulled out some patriotic papers that I had and made this card.  I stamped the image on white card stock and used an oval die to cut it out.  I found some different sparkly papers for the stars and scalloped oval.

I hope you liked my card this week.  Remember that an order over $75 over at The Project Bin will receive this stamp set (Red, White & Boom!) for free.  What a deal.  

Be sure and check back next week because I have another card using this same stamp set.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Unidentified Image Swap #44

Heather selected our image this month for our challenge. 


Of course Heather chose one of my favorite stamp companies "Two Paper Divas" for her image.  I am still sad they are out of business but I am very lucky to have several of their stamps in my stash.  This set was called "Spring Boots".  I colored the image with my copic markers and used a cross stich rectangle die to cut it out.

Thanks Heather for a great challenge.
Saturday, June 15, 2019

Dueling Darlings

What a fun challenge this month for the Dueling Darlings selected by Terry L. and Tami.  Terry L. sent me a package of all kinds of goodies.  Who would of thought it would be so much fun to make a halloween card in June?  Well I loved it. 
The adorable image is from My Favorite Things called "Witch Way is the Candy?".  The papers used are from The Paper Studio.  The fence, spider web and small bats are from Amuse.

Thanks to Terry and Tami for a great challenge this month.
Wednesday, June 12, 2019

The Project Bin.

I have another fun card today for The Project Bin.  I liked my card so well last week that I decided to make another card using a different sentiment from the Birthday Girl stamp set.

I stamped the sentiment birthday girl on a piece of vanilla cardstock and cut it out.  I also did a little sponging around the edges with Creamy Caramel Stampin Up ink which is an oldie but goodie and is no longer available.  I love the softness of this color.  The other elements of the card are from the paper line Denim & Girls by Maja designs.  I really liked the photo pages.

I hope you enjoyed the card this week.  Be sure and check back next week because I am in the Patriotic theme.  

The Project Bin is running a June Special which is if you order $75 of merchandise you will receive "Red, White & Boom" stamp set.  Later in the month I will show you several fun cards I made with this stamp set.

Monday, June 10, 2019

PIP Challenge #1923

I have a fun card today for Pammie's Inky Pinkies Challenge #1923.  Our sponsor this week is Imagine That Digistamp.  You just have to love their digital stamps.  Such personality.  My card today is from the stamp set Poolside Penguins
I stenciled some waves on the bottom and added a little sunshine to the background of this card.  I colored the image with my copic markers and fussy cut it out.  So fun to color.  I just love the summertime feel this card has.  It is amazing how many different digital stamps come with the set.  What a bargain.

I am also entering this card in the monthly ITD Challenge

Be sure and link up your card at PIP Challenges because a lucky winner will win a $12 coupon to Imagine That Digistamp.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019

The Project Bin

I am so excited about my card today for The Project Bin.  I came across some beautiful papers called Denim & Girls by Maja Designs.  It worked so well with the sentiments from Birthday Girl stamp set.
I stamped the sentiment birthday girl on a piece of vanilla cardstock and cut it out.  I also did a little sponging around the edges with Creamy Caramel Stampin Up ink which is an oldie but goodie and is no longer available.  I love the softness of this color.  The other elements of the card are from the paper line Denim & Girls.  I really liked the photo pages.

I hope you enjoyed the card this week.  Next week I have another card using the same paper line.  Be sure and check back. 

The Project Bin is running a June Special which is if you order $75 of merchandise you will receive "Red, White & Boom" stamp set.  Later in the month I will show you several fun cards I made with this stamp set.

The Project Bin

For my card today I decided the used one of the new stamp sets from The Project Bin called Love Your Shellfie.  I decided to use a lot of the sentiments in my card.

I started by stamping the turtle image with clear Versamark ink all over a 4 X 5 1/4" piece of cardstock.  I then used white embossing powder and versamark for the sentiments.  The turtle was colored with copic markers and cut out and pop dotted on the white embossed circle.

These sentiments just have to make you smile.  

Remember you only have a few days left to take advantage of the May special  over at The Project Bin.  If you order $75 of merchandise, you will receive "Classic Man" stamp (a $14 value) for free.

Monday, May 27, 2019

PIP Challenges

Well last week sure flew by.  Happy Memorial Day to all!  This week Pammie's Inky Pinkies is sponsored by Polkadoodles.
I hope you check out their website because they have some adorable images.  For my card today I am using the stamp  "Cake Time, Twiggy and Toots".  The fun thing about purchasing this set is that you get it in black and white to color or you can just print off the color version that is included when you purchase the set.  

Well since I like to color, I decided to pull out my copic markers and give it a whirl.  So fun to color.

Thanks for stopping by and be sure and join us over at Pammie's Inky Pinkies.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019

The Project Bin

Today I am sharing a fun card I made for The Project Bin using one of their new stamp sets called "Birthday Girl".  I love all the fun sentiments on this stamp set.
I started this card with a black card base.  I then cut out 4 miscellaneous pieces of designer paper that measured 2" x 2 5/8".  I then folded the corner on each piece and adhered them to the black card base.  I then wrapped the orange ribbon around the center of the card.  I stamped the sentiment on a piece of white cardstock and cut it out using a circle die.  I pop dotted it on the center of the card.  I had a candle punch that worked perfect for this card.

Remember the May special over at The Project Bin.  If you order $75 of merchandise, you will receive "Classic Man" stamp (a $14 value) for free.

Monday, May 13, 2019

PIP Challenges

Time again for another card for PIP Challenges.  We are so lucky this week because it is being sponsored by Bugaboo stamps which is an all time favorite of mine for digital stamps.
The stamp I am using for my card today is the 4 block tulip square.  
I printed off the image on my printer and sized it to fit on this card.  I then colored the image with my copic markers and cut the squares out.  I then put them on a black cardstock square.  I love how this turned out. 

Thanks to Bugaboo for these great images to work with.


Wednesday, May 8, 2019

The Project Bin

My project today covered 2 different obligations.  The Project Bin has a new stamp set called Birthday Girl which can be used several different ways. 
When assembling this card I decided to make it for our Crafters of Faith group on Splitcoast Stampers.  Liz was our hostess this month and she chose 2 Corinthians 4:8-9 "We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair;  persecuted, but not abondoned, struck down, but not destroyed" as her scripture of choice.  Liz challenged us to try the Faux Pressed Flower that can be found on SCS under this tutorial.

I started by stamping the sentiment on white cardstock and cut it out using a half circle die.  I then adhered it to the card base.  I then glued the flowers in place and then put it through an embossing folder.  I just love how this turned out.  Such fun.

The Project Bin is having a May special!  If you order $75 of merchandise, you will receive Classic Man which is a $14 value for free! Be sure and check it out.


Wednesday, May 1, 2019

The project Bin

Today I am a little late in getting my card out for The Project Bin.  For my card today I used the new stamp set called Love Your Shellfie
I colored this adorable image with my copic markers and then used a few dies to highlight it.  I just love this new stamp set.  Be sure and check out the Project Bin for this new addition to their collection.
Monday, April 29, 2019

PIP Challenge #1917

This week at Pammie's Inky Pinkies our sponsor is Newton's Nook which is one of my favorite stamp companies.  I'm sure you see a lot of their stamps on my blog.  We are also going with a Clean and Simple theme this week.
For my card I decided to use Newton's Birdbath as my stamp for my creation.  I started by stamping the image in the corner of my card and colored it with my copic markers.  I then stamped the image on masking paper and cut it out and placed it over the image.  I then taped off about 3/4" on the right side and bottom.  I then used distress oxide and sponged over the masked image.  I pulled the mask off and this beautiful image came out.  The sentiment was part of the stamp set.



Sunday, April 28, 2019

Challenge Your Stash

Time again for another challenge from our group in Splitcoaststampers.  The challenge this month came from Jen and what a fun challenge it was.  We were to use two of her favorite things which were orange and buttons.  Well I think my card covers both.
I started by adhered the orange plaid paper to the front of my card and then cut out the heart in the center.  I cut another heart out using just plain white cardstock to use as a stencil for the inside of my card.  I stenciled the heart using Distress Oxide.  I then used glue dots to adhere all the buttons to the inside of the card.  I added the sentiment to the front and the 2 buttons at the bottom.

Thanks Jen for a great challenge.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

The Project Bin

Today I am posting another card that I made using the Spencer's Stamp Set.  In honor of autism month The Project Bin is offering this stamp set free for orders over $60 or if you want to purchase it, it is only $5 this month.
I loved making this card.  I started out by sponging a sky background on the inside of the card using a cloud stencil.  I then adhered the green background to the front of the card and cut a circle out.  I also cut a scalloped circle out of the red cardstock and used the same circle die to cut the center out to match the circle on the card.  I stamped the heart from Spencer's Stamp set and colored it with my copic markers.  I then used the heart die from "In My Heart" stamp set to cut the hearts out.  I then took some fishing line and taped it to the center of the cut out circle.  I glued a heart on each side.  I also used the sentiment from Spencer's Stamp set.

Before putting the card in the envelope, you twist the heart all around several times.  That way when someone opens the card, the heart will spin and you have beautiful hearts on both sides.





Thursday, April 18, 2019

SCS 43rd Round UIS Swap

Today is the due date for the 43rd Round of the UIS Swap hosted by Lela.
The image I used was "Say Cheese" by Taylored Expressions.  I colored the image with my copic markers and then cut the image out.  I love this paper line (Simple Stories "Say Cheese III") which fit perfectly in to the card. 

Thanks Lela for a great challenge.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

The Project Bin

Since Easter is quickly approaching, I decided to make an Easter card for a dear friend of mine using the "Spring Zen" stamp set from The Project Bin.
I started by sponging a bit in the center of the card with Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide.  I then used a sun ray stencil with sponging with Fossilized Amber Distress Oxide.  I colored the cross with my copic markers.  I just love how the sun rays highlight the beautiful colors in the cross.

Remember that is you order over $60 at The Project Bin you will receive Spencer's Set free which is a $10 value.  What a deal.


Monday, April 15, 2019

Dueling Darlings

Today I actually have 2 posts.  This one is for our group on Splitcoaststampers called the Dueling Darlings.  This month Terry S. and LJ were our hostesses. They decided on an Outer Space theme.
This image is from My Favorite Things called Space Explorer.  I colored the images with my copic markers and then placed them on the paper.  The cute little explorer has a Hampton art action wobble so he is wobbly.  I also cut a circle out and used a circle embossing folder for the moon.

I had so much fun with this adorable stamp set.  Thanks to Terry for a great challenge.

PIP Challenge #1915

Well it has been a busy week and to start the week off I actually have 2 posts.  The second post will come in a few hours.

First up we have Pammie's Inky Pinkies Challenge #1915.   The challenge this week is sponsored by Di's Digital Images.  We could use any image this week so I decided to share an Easter Project I had made.
For my project I used the Lawn Fawn Milk Carton Die.  The designer paper is Spring Fling by Echo Park.  I stamped the image from Newton's Nook "Woodland Spring" stamp set on Watercolor paper and then used my Altenew watercolors to color up the image.  The Happy Easter is a die from the Newton's Nook Spring Pile Up set.

 Be sure and check out Di's Digital Images.  She has adorable images in her store.  I go there when I need a stamp right away.  You have to love digital images.  

Thanks for stopping by and be sure and link up your project at Pammie's Inky Pinkies.


Sunday, April 14, 2019

Newton's Nook Inky Paws Challenge

I have to say that Newton's Nook is one of my favorite stamp companies because of their adorable stamps.  You get such a great image every time you use these quality stamps.  I am also excited because our local scrapbooking store (Vintage in KC) now carries them.  Lucky me.

For the Inky Paws Challenge this week they are using a sketch challenge.
For my card I used the stamp set Garden Mice which is one of my latest finds.
One of my favorite die sets from Newton's Nook is the Frames and Flags Die set and I use it a lot for my cards.  I colored the image with my colored pencils and added a stenciled cloud background on the flag and added the pennant and sun at the top.

Thanks for stopping by. Be sure and check back tomorrow because I will actually have 2 posts.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

The Project Bin

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I am continuing with my support of Autism Awareness this week since April is Autism Awareness month.      

For my card this week for The Project Bin  I am using Spencer's Stamp Set and the Heart Die from In My Heart Stamp Set.
I stamped the heart all over a 4" x 5 1/4" piece of white cardstock.  I also colored a separate heart and colored it using my copic markers.  I then used the Heart Die to cut the heart out.  I pop dotted it over one of the hearts on the card base.  I used vintage photo distress ink to go around the edges of the card base and the sentiment and heart.  

Remember that The Project Bin is offering a special this month for the stamp set "Spencer's Set".  You can purchase the stamp set for $5 or it is free with a $60 order.  


Monday, April 8, 2019

Crafters of Faith



Well I am a little late in posting my card for our Crafters of Faith Challenge on Splitcoast Stampers but better late than not at all.

Dawn is our hostess this month and she chose Romans 8:17-18 as her scripture for the month.  "And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ; if so be that we suffer with him, that we may be also glorified together.  For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us".  Dawn challenged us to make a card that reveals an image or sentiment.

Here is my card.  The butterfly slips through the slot and reveals on the inside of the card also.  A simple card but still beautiful with the butterfly.  I sponged the butterfly base with distress oxide inks.  I then glued the black outline of the butterfly over the sponged part.  The sentiment was a matching stamp and die set from Hero Arts.


Wednesday, April 3, 2019

The Project Bin


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Did you know that April is Autism Awareness Month?

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disability; signs typically appear during early childhood and affect a person’s ability to communicate, and interact with others. ASD is defined by a certain set of behaviors and is a “spectrum condition” that affects individuals differently and to varying degrees. There is no known single cause of autism, but increased awareness and early diagnosis/intervention and access to appropriate services/supports lead to significantly improved outcomes. Some of the behaviors associated with autism include delayed learning of language; difficulty making eye contact or holding a conversation; difficulty with executive functioning, which relates to reasoning and planning; narrow, intense interests; poor motor skills’ and sensory sensitivities. Again, a person on the spectrum might follow many of these behaviors or just a few, or many others besides. The diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder is applied based on analysis of all behaviors and their severity.
For my card I decided to use the colors that are in the Autism Ribbon above.  I stamped the heart twice and cut apart one and left the other one as it was stamped.  I colored both with my copic markers and then used the heart die from the stamp set "In My Heart" to cut out the heart.  I stenciled the white background piece with yellow ink to give it a soft look.  

The Project Bin is offering a special this month for the stamp set "Spencer's Set".  You can purchase the stamp set for $5 or it is free with a $60 order.

Thanks for stopping by.  You will be seeing the stamp set being used several times this month.  Be sure and check back for more inspiration using this adorable stamp set.



Monday, April 1, 2019

Pammie's Inky Pinkies Challenge #1913

Today is Challenge #1913 over at Pammie's Inky Pinkies.  Our sponsor this weeks is Morgan's Art World.  The image I am using is Ted 2.
I colored this adorable image with my copic markers after printing it in my printer.  I just love these digital images because you can size them any way you want and just so fun to color.

Be sure and join us over at Pammie's Inky Pinkies with your project because the theme is "anything goes".
Wednesday, March 27, 2019

The Project Bin

I have a fun card this week for The Project Bin.  I always need birthday cards so decided to make one this week.
I cut out the balloon die using watercolor paper and then colored them with watercolors.  I then stamped the lower right hand corner on the designer paper with the sentiment from the Born Yesterday stamp set.

Thanks for stopping by.  Be sure and check out The Project Bin blog for other ideas for inspiration.
Friday, March 22, 2019

Dueling Darlings


My card today is for our Dueling Darlings challenge on Splitcoaststampers.  The theme is Punny Foods this month.  I used The Big Cheese stamp from Whipper snapper.  The sentiment is from Age Doesn't Matter by Whipper Snapper.  I colored the image with copic markers and then cut it out with a circle die.  I then cut a scalloped circle die out of the yellow paper.  The flower is cheesecloth cut in a circle and sprayed with yellow ink.

What a fun challenge Heather came up with this month.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

The Project Bin

I am so excited to see the sunshine and some warmth this week.  I love seeing spring peeking around the corner.  This beautiful weather gave me inspiration for my card today for The Project Bin
I am hoping we will be seeing butterflies soon.  I used the stamp set "Kinda Sorta" for this card.  I stamped the image out on pink paper using Stampin Up Midnight Muse Ink.  I then fussy cut it out.  The butterflies are an old embossing set I had from Stampin Up.  The paper is Early Bird Collection by Bo Bunny.  

Thanks for stopping by my blog.  I enjoy making cards for The Project Bin and hope you are able to stop by the store and pick something up that you have wanted.  
Monday, March 18, 2019

PIP Challenge #1911

I am loving the sunshine we are having here in Kansas.  Finally!!!  It has been a long hard winter and makes me appreciate spring so much more.  Today's challenge over at Pammie's Inky Pinkies is sponsored by Lawn Fawn.
Who doesn't love Lawn Fawn?  They have such adorable stamps.  I always am a big fan of their stamps.
For my card I used the stamp set "FAB Flowers".  I am crazy about any kind of flower.  I use different colors of Stampin Up ink and then fussy cut out the flowers.  I added a few sequins for a little splash.  Such an easy card to make and it gives me the feeling of spring.



Wednesday, March 13, 2019

The Project Bin Ready for Spring

I don't think I have been more ready for spring.  We have had so much snow and cold weather that these last couple of days in the 50's have been glorious.

So for my card today for The Project Bin I decided to use the Spring Zen stamp set.
I just loved coloring these beautiful tulips.  I stenciled the cloud background and then the grass.  Then using a darker green ink, I stamped 3 tulips on my card.  I also stamped the upper part of the tulips on a white piece of cardstock and colored them with my copic markers.  I then fussy cut them out and placed them over the stamped images.  By using the pop dots, they get a layered look.

Thanks for stopping by and helping me wish spring would come soon.

I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Thursday, March 7, 2019

Crafters of Faith March 2019

I am a little late in posting my project for our Crafters of Faith group on Splitcoaststampers.  I always like to have my posts up first thing in the morning.
Our theme these month with Barb as our hostess is about living life to the fullest.  Our challenge was to make a creation that expresses how you live your life to the fullest or illustrates something you plan or wish for in the future.  The scripture is Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plan I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.

I thought about this challenge for awhile and recently attended a quilt seminar and decided that I wanted to get back to that passion in my life.  Fabric just makes me feel good and I love seeing the smiles on faces of people who receive my quilts.  

The quilt die and sentiment and both from Papertrey Ink.  A very simple design.  The paper is Petal Garden from Stampin Up.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

The Project Bin "The Gratest"

I can't believe it is Wednesday already.  The week seems to be just flying by.  Today my project for The Project Bin uses the new stamp set "The Gratest".
I stamped off the spatulas and then colored them with my copic markers.  I then stamped the sentiment and cut it out.  What a fun card this was to make.  These sentiments just crack me up on the new stamp set.



Monday, March 4, 2019

PIP Challenge #1909

We had another cold blast come through our area over the weekend.  Is anyone else tired of the snow and cold???  I know I am.

The sponsor for Pammie's Inky Pinkies challenge this week is Bugaboo Stamps.  They are one of my favorite Digital design companies.



If you haven't been to their digital store, you must go.  The cutest images ever.  Since I am thinking Spring and sunshine I decided to make an Easter card using Scene It - Easter image.

I printed off the image and colored it with my copic markers.  Doesn't this just remind you of Spring.  Thanks to Bugaboo Stamps for being a sponsor this week.  
Thursday, February 28, 2019

Retirement Card

I needed to make a retirement card for a friend and decided to use the sketch challenge over at Newton's Nook Inky Paws Challenge.
I decided to twist my card and make it a little different.  I used the stamp set from Newton's Nook Designs called Peony Blooms.  I love florals so this was the perfect set for me to use.
I colored the image with my copic markers and then fussy cut the image out.  The sentiment is from a Stampin Up set that I had.



Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Your the Gratest

Today I have a nice colorful card made for The Project Bin using their new stamp set "The Gratest".

I decided to stamp the graters  3 times across the piece of paper and then colored them with my copic markers.  Made for a simple but colorful card.

I hope you check out The Project Bin Blog and see what the rest of the Design Team comes up with using this fun new stamp set.
Monday, February 25, 2019

We have a winner

Thanks to everyone who posted comments this week and followed my blog.  No nice to see so many comments.

I did a random draw and the lucky winner was "Susan" on February 22 who said

"Nice stencil, I thought it was paper, very cute"

Susan will receive the stamp sets soon.  

Thanks again.
Friday, February 22, 2019

Newton's Nook Here's to You

Did you know that I am a huge fan of Newton's Nook Designs?  Their stamps and stencils are just the cutest.

The have a challenge every two weeks called Inky Paws Challenge.  This week is a color challenge.
So for my card I pulled out their Argyle Stencil which I have been having so much fun with.
I stenciled the backgrounds first and stamped the image out and colored with my copic markers.  I then fussy cut the image out and pop dotted it on the oval.  The image is from "Newton Celebrates".  Just a simple card but I love how that background really makes the image pop.  I might never buy paper again.  OK just kidding.  I love my paper also.

Just a reminder about my prize package.  I am trying to increase the number of followers on my blog.  I have put together a fun prize package (some new and some gently used) which consists of 4 stamp sets.  (See below for picture of stamps I have included in the prize package).  If you would like to win this prize package, please comment on this post with what you would like to see more of in my blog posts.  Also, please follow me on my blog.  I will be drawing from all the posts on Sunday, February 24 and announcing the winner on my blog on Monday, February 25.  Thanks so much and good luck.


Thursday, February 21, 2019

Washi Tape Creations


I am in a Creative Kit Swap over on Splitcoastampers.  It has been so much fun to see what people come up with in their kits.  This month Shelly was our hostess and she sent all kinds of fun dies and some beautiful washi tapes.  Well I love my washi tape and decided to have a little fun with the kit.

This was the first card I made using a couple fun dies she sent me.  The border die gave me this beautiful center to accent all the washi tapes I had put on the card base. The bunny die she sent was just adorable.

I decided this card fit perfectly in the Week #55 Sketch Saturday.

       
                                    
Another card I made using the washi tape included some heart dies.  I just put the washi tape across the card base and the hearts over it.

And for my last card I just put strips of washi tape across and used this adorable bunny diecut she sent me.



The bunny border was a little long so I cut one of the bunnies off and used it for the inside of my card.

Just a reminder about my prize package.  I am trying to increase the number of followers on my blog.  I have put together a fun prize package (some new and some gently used) which consists of 4 stamp sets.  (See below for picture of stamps I have included in the prize package).  If you would like to win this prize package, please comment on this post with what you would like to see more of in my blog posts.  Also, please follow me on my blog.  I will be drawing from all the posts on Sunday, February 24 and announcing the winner on my blog on Monday, February 25.  Thanks so much and good luck.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

The Project Bin

How did Wednesday roll around so quickly?  This week is just flying by.  I almost forgot about my Wednesday post for The Project Bin.  Guess I have been having way too much fun staring at the snow we seem to be getting daily.  Ugh - will spring never come.

For my card today I decided to do a bright and cheery card hoping that spring will surely follow.  I used the stamp set "The Gratest".  I stamped off several of the bees and colored them with my copic markers.  I then fussy cut them out and adhered them to the card base.  

I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:

Just a reminder about my prize package.  I am trying to increase the number of followers on my blog.  I have put together a fun prize package (some new and some gently used) which consists of 4 stamp sets.  (See below for picture of stamps I have included in the prize package).  If you would like to win this prize package, please comment on this post with what you would like to see more of in my blog posts.  Also, please follow me on my blog.  I will be drawing from all the posts on Sunday, February 24 and announcing the winner on my blog on Monday, February 25.  Thanks so much and good luck.


Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Round 42 UIS Swap

Today's card is one I made for a challenge over on Splitcoaststampers.  Terry S. was our hostess this month and she chose this beautiful image from Stampin Up Country Home.
This card was so much fun to color with my copic markers.  The background paper is from Su Cupcakes and Carousels.  

Thanks to Terry for a great challenge.

Just a reminder about my prize package.  I am trying to increase the number of followers on my blog.  I have put together a fun prize package (some new and some gently used) which consists of 4 stamp sets.  (See below for picture of stamps I have included in the prize package).  If you would like to win this prize package, please comment on this post with what you would like to see more of in my blog posts.  Also, please follow me on my blog.  I will be drawing from all the posts on Sunday, February 24 and announcing the winner on my blog on Monday, February 25.  Thanks so much and good luck.