And this week, I'd like to welcome Diane, owner of Scrapbook Territory in Berkley, CA. Diane does wonders with Copic markers! Here are some of her cards...
For the first two cards, Diane used the Quickutz Revolution Dolls, Spellbinders Oval and Scallop Oval Nesabilities and her Copic markers(E21, E93, Y18, RV14 and R00). Look at the great detail added by using Copic markers! For her third card, Diane used the Quickutz Revolution Rainbow with Cloud and the oh-so-cute Rainbow 4x8 alphabet. Thank you Diane, for sharing your wonderful cards with us! If you're ever in the Berkley, CA area, stop in and say hi to Diane!
Veronica created this layout to document an art project her son made when he was younger.
The title, which means "Easter Decoration", was made with the Aquarius 4x8 alphabet. Veronica also used the 2x2 Chick and Scallop Border. Did you notice the brackets on the layout? Veronica created them with the Pearler Beads...you know, the ones you use your iron to melt together! How creative! Making a layout about a project is a great way to save it without ending up with an entire box of actual projects stuffed up in the attic!
Tammy has been in a cardmaking mood lately. Check out her latest Unity creation...
She used the Unity Stamps Birthday Chic set and her Spellbinders Classic Square Large and Classic Scallop Square Large Nestabilities. Cute card!
I too have been playing with my Unity stamps but I incorporated them into my scrapbooking.
For this layout, I used the Unity Stamps U & I wood mounted stamp. I first stamped it on the yellow paper for my base. Then I stamped it on the pink, cut it out and mounted it to the yellow base with dimensional adhesive. I stamped it again onto the green cardstock and cut out the 'u'. You can see how the paper-piecing adds so much detail. I cut the 'bffs' with my Making Memories Just Chillin' Slice Design Card created the border with my Fiskars Effervescence Border Punch.
I hope you enjoyed today's post! Thanks for stoppin' by! I have a special video post for tomorrow from Jenn so be sure to stop in for a spell. If you'd like to participate in "With us Wednesday" and share your projects, email them to me at Katie@scrap-mart.com. Have a great day and we'll see you tomorrow!