Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Skellifun

Oh man...I wish my bones flexed as much as this jammin skeleton's did!  This looks like total Skellifun!

Using just black and white seemed like the perfect color combo. Shimmer was added to the skeleton, black splatters and black strip.  I think young teens would get a kick out of this card.


Skellifun is linked to:
Send A Smile 4 Kids
Simon Says

Monday, September 18, 2017

Happy Birthday To A Regular Joe

Oh no,  this girl is outta cards  to post  for the CLBH.  As sad as it is...the winter CLBH will be just around the corner.  Thanks everyone for stopping and taking a peek.  Your comments have been so fun to read.  Thank your Amy for all your hard work pulling the hop together!




Now on to commenting.

Saturday, September 16, 2017

batty


Using STAMPlorations freebie, this coffee loving card was made.  The background was stamped with coffee saysings and clear embossed.





And the completed card


Thanks for stopping by and enoy the hop!

Thanks A Latte...Thanks A million


You have heard the saying "What's in your wallet?'  This robber asks "What's in your safe?'  He has been found guilty of cracking the safe full of glorious coffee beans!


Thanks for stopping by and I hope you had a good giggle!

Thanks A latte is linked to:
Simon Says

Friday, September 15, 2017

Coffee Chickens






This sassy chicken scares the other chickens in the coop... until she has had her morning coffee.  



Guess it is safe to leave the coop!!

Coffee Chickens is linked to:
Simon Says
Craft Stamper magazine Seotenber challenge anything goes

Lost Coast Portal To Creativity - Events and Challenge Blog: Numbers and Gears

Lost Coast Portal To Creativity - Events and Challenge Blog: Numbers and Gearshttp://coloringoutsidethelinez.blogspot.com/2017/09/spooktacular.html

Spooktacular


Shery from STAMPlorations has given us this spooktacular image to download and use. 

Using gelatos the orange smears were added.  Mustard Seed distress spray dripped from the end of the sprayer added some splatters.  Then, black ink was stenciled on to add the swirls and stars and numbers were stamped.   After printing the image, it was colored.  The black spider web frame was cut on the cricut.  The sentiment was embossed on black paper and this spooktacular card was complete!



Thanks for stopping by and have a spooktacular day!

Spooktacular is linked to:
Craft Stamper magazine september challenge anything goes
Lost Coast Designs
Simon Says

 STAMPlorations