The winners have been chosen and announced on the Ribbon Carousel blog…go check them out!
The winner of the Scor-Pal prize from my blog is…
Random Integer Generator
Here are your random numbers:
Congrats, Vicki! Corinna has directions for you to contact her here.
There’s an announcement today over on The Ribbon Carousel blog…
I was asked to join the Ribbon Carousel Crew. :0) Should be fun!
Hello! I can’t believe March is here already and it is bringing some fun news that I can finally share! I’ve enjoyed guest designing last month and now I will be staying on the Sweet ‘n Sassy design team as an Illustrator/Stamp Designer! I am excited to be a part of this wonderful group of ladies…they are so inspiring both spiritually as well as in their stamping.
My first stamp set with Sweet ‘n Sassy is being released THIS month. It has 5 images by me and a whole bunch of sentiments that Korin and I worked together on. I’ll have some projects to share later next week but for now here’s a little sneak peek or two…
I’m sure you can guess the theme. I haven’t even colored my favorite image yet but I hope you like them. Mark your calendars for March 8 when the new stamp sets will be released!
Woot! It has been years since I submitted to a magazine so I was thrilled when I was asked to make a card for this special issue of CardMaker!
Check out pages 14 and 15 for my card!
This issue has cards you can make with your Scor-Pal, along with diecuts, embossing, etc. I think you’ll like it!
Do you love your Scor-Pal as much as I do? I use mine on every card! And now Diana Crick, the creator of the Scor-Pal made it even better!
This new, improved version has:
*the pretty new blue color!
* 1/4″ grooves across the board! YAY!!! I ♥ this!
*1/8″ grooves in the first and last inch!
*highlighted and easier to read numbers!
*a reference point at 6″ on the bottom! (Sorry you can’t see it in this pic…I wanted to get a close-up of the numbers across the top)
*a magnatized area under the logo to hold little brads, etc. while you are working!
*and an asterisk at the 4 1/4″ mark! This will be so handy for finding the right groove at a glance!
I hope I didn’t miss anything. I am gonna love those 1/4″ grooves! Personally, I am glad that it doesn’t have grooves every 1/8″ across the board like the “other” scoring board. I tried one a few weeks ago and I found it very confusing and hard on my eyes to find the groove that I needed. The scoring tool also kept wanting to jump the track I was in, but that may have been user error.
Keep your eyes peeled on the Scor-Pal website…they should have full inventory of these in a few weeks! I received this one now because I am on the new Scor-Pal design team! I can’t wait to play with it! ♥
Hi friends! Check this out…Stampavie is giving away 10 stamps on Donna Downey’s blog! But hurry…it ends tomorrow morning!
You know how much I love Stampavie images…..they’re just too cute. Good luck!
Hello friends! Just wanted to share some news…
Stampavie is looking for *5* new design team members!!!
Do you love the Stampavie images as much as I do? Then head on over to the DT blog and check out the details! We may be looking for YOU! :0)
I don’t have a card for you tonight (check back tomorrow!)….but I just *had* to pop in and share some BIG news with you! Ohhh….you are gonna LOVE this!!! Eeeeeek!!!! *big grin*
Stampavie has some amazing illustrators and they have added another one….someone many of you know & love! Can you guess who?
It’s none other than….
MO MANNING! Yes, I’m shouting! Ha ha. Can you believe it? Mo’s amazing illustrations are being made into photopolymer STAMPS right now! Aaaack…I can hardly WAIT!
Sorry I’ve been absent a few days again! I’ve been working on some projects for an upcoming stamping event with friends. I’ll share those projects soon! But in the meantime, you gotta go check out what Jennifer did with the cookies! :0)
JanTink has a tutorial for a card design that she calls a “Bib card”. Check it out here.
And if you enjoy watercoloring and want to learn a different watercolor technique, here is a tutorial on how to watercolor with markers.