Welcome to my little area to show off some of the cards I have been making. Have been making cards now for about 10-15 yrs. I started out using rubber stamps and now I am using both digital and stamps. It sure is addicting isn't it? I'm from Massachusetts and have been married to Larry for 53 yrs.
This card I did for challenge #16 over at A Day For Dasies (CDAC) The image came from adfd and we were to do a very vintage card. The bg papers came from some scrapbooking kits I have (forgot to write down whose they were) colored the image with pencils and bic's-the rose I colored on the computer, lace I had in my stash. Thanks for taking a peek and please let me know what you think.
For today's card I used an image from Nana Vics Digitals--on CDAC. colored the image with pencils,bg paper,green cs,flower and button was from my stash. I have so much stuff that I for sure don't need to go and buy anymore CS or BG paper lol lol lol.
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For today's card I thought I would post a black and white card with two silhouette images for a digital image card swap I did over at cardcamp. After printing the images I wanted i used a nestie to cut them out--the black CS i used a cuttlebug folder and put it in my sizzex. Hmmmm looks like my scan doesn't look right --looks like it needs to be cropped and I don't know how to do that here. lol
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Used this image from NanaVic Digital's over at CDAC for one of my swap cards at cardcamp. Everything else I used was from my stash. colored the image with pencils and used Dimensional Magic for the puddle to make it look like water.
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This card I did for our son's 50th birthday. The image came from "Bonibleaux Designs Digis" Colored on computer-,All cardstock was from my stash and used cuttlebug distressed stripes folder put in my sizzix. Used distressed ink with sponge around digi.
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