First I want to welcome my new members on my blog
jules ov crafts
Sudha is from Delhi and has an amazing website - beautiful cards and craft supplies. I did not find Jules on the web, so I can't tell you anything about him. But thanks for joining, I hope you have fun on my little blog. T snapped this picture for both of you. I went to a little exhibit in a nearby Museum (Morris Museum) and they had this amazing little exhibit called Toying with Art. This picture show one of Dalton Ghettis amazing pencil sculptures - masterpieces carved out of graphite. Absolutely amazing work. I thought I have to share that with you. I'll show you more in a later post.
And now back to card making...
Toady was the first day of
This card I made using one of the "homework" sketches
I used Sizzix heart dies to cut out the pink card layer, made a mask for the grey heart, which I sponged and then punched out the little red heart and covered it with glossy accents. I thought the pink was a little plain, so I stamped the Hero Arts envelope background onto the pink paper with a light pink ink.. The pink card layer is elevated with foam dots, as is the red heart in the center. It does not show well in the big picture, since I had to use a flash to take it. The sentiment is from Hero Arts - Spring Borders (Cl 128), stamped around the corner.
This card I made for the Make your own Background challenge at Moxie Fab and the Pinspired challenge #2. Here is the "pinspiration" photo:
I used the Memory Box die Fresh Daisys for this card, which I cut into the grey cardstock and then inserted the white diecut. I used the Mr. Huey Chevron mask and sprayed it with Mr. Huey, to make my own background. The sentiment is from Papertrey. And lastly I put some little gems on the card.
I also entered this card into the "Anything Goes Challenge" at Word Art Wednesday #64. That is just my type of challenge...
I wish you a good night and hopefully I 'll be back tomorrow with more from my fun online class.