Fancy Paper Crafters

Monday, January 19, 2009

Randomness for the day...

I was off work today (thanks to MLK Day!) and decided to post some of my recent projects. This little card was made using acetate and some carefully placed bazzill cardstock. The stamp is from Stamping Bella - Wreathabella. I've really gotten into the acetate cards lately but failed to take pictures of the others before I gave them out! This particular card was made for a Christmas Card Swap on Split Coast Stampers. This group is so much fun and has really offered a lot of wonderful ideas. It was a bit of a challenge to get used to maneuvering around the site but now that I know what I'm doing, it's a breeze! If you're looking for an inspiring group, I highly recommend it. Anywho, the stamp was colored in using Copic Sketch markers. I'm still getting used to using these and it's been quite a challenge. I've been trying to get some "directions" from Katie Cotton's blog. She does some absolutely fabulous things using copics!



This little card was one of the Christmas Cards I sent out this year. I had so much fun with this and loved using my new stamp from Stampabilities - Decorated Dog House. Sorry for the poor image quality but I took this picture using my cell phone. My Christmas cards were late this year so I had to get it in the mail the same day LOL.

I'll post some more stuff later. I don't have pictures of the projects I did this weekend while I was at Scrapbook Creations but I will soon.


I have a ton of swaps going on right now between Split Coast Stampers and Fiskateers and have plenty of work to do! I am also an assistant organizer on Greenville Scrappers and Stampers but we have been having a lot of trouble keeping the group active. There are a lot of things going on with that group that I have some issues with and am trying to promote a new group I started on Yahoo! Groups called Carolina Scrappers. I am hoping to get this group up and running very soon and would love to have tons of members!

Until next time .... happy crafting!

2 comments:

  1. what kewl cards you have made! Something I hope to become better at very soon!

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