Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Ready---Set---not quite GO

For the Sun City Resident Craft Fair--November 1

These are owl clips under construction, created from Jolee's little owl stickers

These are some of SEVERAL varieties of Post It Note specials I've made for the Fair.

And, of course, my focal offering----hundreds of greeting cards waiting to be hung on their display racks for the Fair.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Papers N Pixels---Double Pocket Fancy Fold Cards

Front Pocket---sentiment:  Happiness is the Seed
Sharing Happiness is the Flower

Back pocket. Thank you card inserted
Sentiment:  Happiness is a direction--not a place!

Today the Papers N Pixels Club created fancy-fold two pocket square cards and envelopes.Instructor was Clareene Forbes, Club President.  Layout design from Karen  Schulz "This is me October" kit from Snickerdoodle Designs by Karen.  Papers for the project are Graphic 45 and other. Sentiments created in Photoshop, and scalloped square dies and leaf flourish die cuts, punched flowers, and some bubble and sparkle embellishments completed the cards.


Thursday, October 11, 2018

Punch Board Gift Card Holders

These Gift Card Holders with doublepockets inside (one for gift card and one for a note or note card) are created with We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punchboard out of 8x8 paper  (Que Sera Sera by K&Co).   Some are closed with magnets (the Hope you feel special today), but most just close nicely with sharp scored paper folds.  The Just Keep Swimming stamp is from Hero Arts-- Layered fish, and the oragami fish fold pattern may be found HERE  Wiggly eyes and eylashes (flower center punch) are from my stash.  See also the landscape orientstion gift card holder Puppy Sprite

Puppy Sprite--Aurora Wings

This is a Birthday Gift Card Holder created with K&Company  Que Sera Sera 8x8 paper, and made with a We R. Memory Keeper's Envelope Punchboard.  This Puppy Sprite was a Gift with Purchase from Mitzi Sato-Wiuff, Aurora Wings.    It is not for sale.  The birthday tag is made in Photoshop.  The artpiece is colored with prismacolor pencils. The inside double envelope allows space for a giftcard and a little note.  

Halloween Treat Box

This adorable treat box with stand is created using Graphic 45 Halloween Wonderland papers, and follows the treat box tutorial by Ginger Ropp of My Sister's Scrapper. This was So much fun to make The treat in this (generous size box) holds two Snack Bars.  I think it would be perfect for Halloween wrapped microwave Popcorn bags too.  Below shows detail of the art piece on the front of the treat box.

The Treat box sits on a little pedestal.  This is made by layering chipboard between matching cardstock and decorating it.  The feet on my little pedestal tray are created by melting pony beads and gluing them on.