by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff Happy Friday!I hope your week has gone well! With all the people getting sick, I thought a get well card might be in order. And I couldn't think of a better image than poor Leonard in his bed w/ all the "under the ...
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Cured Yet? and more...



Cured Yet?

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff
Happy Friday!
I hope your week has gone well! With all the people getting sick, I thought a get well card might be in order. And I couldn't think of a better image than poor Leonard in his bed w/ all the "under the weather" paraphernalia.  I stamped Leonard, masked him, then stenciled in the brick wall w/ one stencil & the starry images on top of that. I die cut him then used the starry stencil on the large bg after sponging the pink around the edges. A narrow tan corrugated strip  was added near the bottom to help ground it.
Here's the inside & below it are the Copics I used.
 
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend and stay safe!


Supplies:
stamps: DRS Designs - Leonard SickdayCured Yet  (inside: Get Well SoonLeonard Pig)
paper:  Staples 110# white, tan
ink:  Memento tuxedo black, Distress inks antique linen, worn lipstick
accessories: Rubbernecker Rectangle Stitch diesCopic Markers, Brick Wall Stencil, Tim Holtz stencil, paper crimper


    
 

Happy Easter EveryBunny!

Good morning!
As Easter is approaching quickly, I have
two more cute cards that are fairly
quick to make.
You can use any color combo you like 
(or have access to) for glitter paper and cardstock.
For the splatter Background I used pink, blue and green inks.
I stamped the background without masking so it may not be completely 
perfect but it still works rather well to tie everything together.

My second card uses the same sentiment

I also used DRS stamp Sneaky Bunny Flower Pot
I used some fun Easter colored cardstock, a sketch from SCS and 
some cute ribbon to finish it up.
Both cards are fast and easy when following a set design.
I hope you will join us and make one yourself!!  
These are both really cute for kids.
Thanks for visiting today!
Robin

    
 

Peaceful Waters and Comfort

Hello crafty friends.

I am still cranking out bible journaling pages.  I did this Psalms 72 page focusing on the peaceful parts of the Psalm - Spring showers that water the earth... these words calm me.

I started with the DRS Designs Village Rocks/Pond's Edge.  I masked it to get it across the whole bottom of my page.  After I stamped it, I colored it up with some reinkers.  Next I added some stencils (the sun ray is from Tim Holtz and the letters and crosses are from Magenta).  I finished it off with a hand drawn edging.

I haven't used te Village Rocks/Pond's Edge stamp very much, but I loved using it on this page and have moved it up in my favorite's list.
One more thing to share.  I tried drawing a dog this weekend.  I know it isn't the best,  the nose is not lined up correctly and the right eye is not placed correctly, but I still love it.  I did it for the Teapot Tuesday challenge last week which is to send cards to a sweet lady facing a battle with cancer. She loves Yorkies.
I used part of the Condolences greeting - I thought the first 4 words were positive enough to use on this card.

Hope you are staying well and crafting away.

Hugz,

Nancy
    
 

Everybunny

Hi Everyone,

I hope you all are well and can use seeing this cheerful face on my card today.

I stamped, colored and fussy cut the Big Bunny Face.  I decided to put him in a frame, so I die cut two, one in pink and one in white.  I swapped out the inside of the pink for the white and stamped the  Happy Easter Everybunny and attached the bunny himself.



For the background I chose a flower embossing folder and stamped two green strips using the
 Flower Scroll stamp.  

As always, you can find lots of spring and Easter stamps at the DRS Designs online store!

Here's hoping my favorite hobby is your favorite hobby and that you stay safe and well!

Happy Stamping....
Karin


    
 

Happy Easter

Happy Monday Everyone. I don't know about you, but I've been staying inside, mostly in my craft area making cards. I'm working on finishing up Easter cards, but I've mostly been making thinking of you and praying for you cards. I know several nurses and doctors, so I made some praying for you cards for them. This is a scary time for everyone and our doctors, nurses and first responders are on the front lines of this war on the corona virus. So I thought they could use some encouragement. My husband is the care pastor at our church and since he can't visit anyone in person right now, he's been on the phone a lot! I've been making cards for him to send to those he would normally visit. This is a great time to use our card making skills to encourage others!

My latest Easter cards use this month's Small Die of the Month from Spellbinders. They are the cutest little bunnies. I die cut and added their eyes, nose and the pink parts to their ears. I wanted to dress them up a bit so I stamped, colored and fussy cut the bows and glasses from DRS Designs 4 in 1 
Fashion Accessories. I really like how these bunnies look! I stamped, colored and fussy cut the jelly beans for the one bunny to hold. I doodled on some dots and swirls with a white gel pen. The other bunny is holding a carrot I made using last March's Small die of the month set. After gluing the pieces to the bunnies I set them aside and worked on the background. I sponged on some TH Distress Oxide green inks for the grass and then stamped the easy grass background with the same ink. The sky was created by using some blue distress ink and the MFT small cloud stencil. The greeting was stamped with Versafine Onyx black ink and heat embossed with clear EP. Everything was glued into place and then the panel was added to the orange card base.



My second card was created for this weeks CAS challenge at Splitcoast Stampers, but of course I never uploaded it to SCS! I am forever doing that and I don't know why. It's not like I didn't have time this week!! Anyway way, here's my CAS card.



 I started by die cutting the white panel with a MFT blue print die, then stamped and colored the fuzzy chick. Once again I stamped the bow from the 4 in 1 Fashion Accessories, colored it with Copics, fussy cut and glued it onto the chick. The greeting was stamped with Versafine Onyx black ink and then some clear crystals were glued on. They're hard to see in the photo.

Trust you are staying safely indoors! Enjoy the extra crafting time and please stay safe!! Praying this ends sooner than later!

blessings,
shelia
    
 
   

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