Card Making, Challenges, Copics, Kids, Scrapping For Less, Send A Smile 4 Kids

Scrapping for Less

I subscribe to Flavor of the Month Card Kit by Scrapping for Less. The first kit I received was called For the Love of Pets and I created this card using “Puppy Pals” (Newton’s Nook) for the current challenge over at 2 Crafty Critter Crazies.

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Along wih the kit each month comes four sketches to help you create cards. This card was based on sketch #2. All of the papers came with the kit as well as the adorable bone paper clip. The image was colored with copics.

I am a shipper for Send A Smile 4 Kids and this card will be going to them.

Linking this up on Scrapping for Less’ FB page.

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Tuesday Throwdown 2019

Happy New Year! This is the first challenge of the new year over at Tuesday Throwdown.  The theme is Winter Sparkles.

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Stamp: Stampin Up (2012)
Sentiment: GinaK

To glitter up the card I used Glitter Foam Snowflakes (AC Moore), Super Fine Silver Embossing Powder from Ranger, Glitzy Paper from Die Cuts With A View.

I colored the snowman family with Copics on Express It Cardstock. Snowflake  Embossing Folder is from Sizzix on MFT Cardstock.

This card will be going to Send A Smile 4 Kids.

Thanks for stopping by and have a very blessed 2019.

 

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Tuesday Morning Sketches 478

There is a new sketch up over at Tuesday Morning Sketches. Here is my card:

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I used one of the kits in the new Scrapping For Less Flavor of the Month from Pink and Main to create my card along with the cardstock and designer papers included. The flag banner on the upper right corner of the card is from GinaK – Holiday Frame Fillers and then it is cut out using Scan and Cut.

I am also linking this card up to the Send A Smile 4 Kids Challenge, Happy Holidays for Kids or Anything Goes.

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Tuesday Throwdown Circles

This week’s challenge over at Tuesday Throwdown is Crazy Circles. My circles may not be crazy but I had crazy fun creating this card.

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Stamps – Stamps of Life
Inks – Catherine Pooler
You Die Cut – Casual Friday
Sentiment – computer generated
Cardstock – stash, white red green and blue

All of my cards go to either Send A Smile 4 Kids or to the Veteran’s Homes in PA.

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Missing U

The challenge theme this week over at Tuesday Throwdown is Missing You. I was playing around this week and had a bib card fold started. Here is my card for the challenge.

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Inside when opened.

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Inside opened flat

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  • Scrapping For Less September Happy Fall Ya’ll Flavor of the Month Collection One
    Bumblebee Marci La-La Land
    Bumblebee Ephemera
    Sequins by Buttons Galore
  • Computer Generated Sentiment
  • Uni Ball Signo White Gel Pen

I would like to participate in the Crafty Gals Corner Challenge and Cardz 4 GalzFancy Folds.
4 Crafty Chicks has a challenge to finish the inside.
Double D – Dots and Stripes

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Tuesday Throwdown 412

The current challenge at Tuesday Throwdown is For A Cause. I love donating my cards to good causes. I am one of many volunteer shippers for Send A Smile 4 Kids and collect donated cards from generous card makers all across our country to send to three hospitals for inpatient children who are seriously ill. I just recently started sending cards to the Vets in Pennsylvania Veterans Homes. I donate cards to a local nursing home at Christmas and also to my church for widows/widowers for Valentine’s Day.

The card I am sharing today will be going to my childhood friend Peggy who was recently diagnosed with breast cancer — cancer in both breasts different kinds of cancer in each breast. Good news is the PET scan was clear. On a side note – if you can’t remember when to get your mammagram choose to do it for your birthday each year and you won’t forget.

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I used Simon Says Stamp Spring Flowers heat embossed with Ranger white detail embossing powder adhered to a Kraft cardbase and colored with Copics. Thinking of You Dies and Stamp are from Casual Fridays.

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Boo Ti Ful Halloween

Today I created a Halloween card using a stamp and die set from Sugar Pea Designs called Monster Mash.

I would like to play along at Double Trouble Paper Crafting Challenge #11. The challenge is to use black and white and only one other color (I chose orange). They call it Double Trouble because there is always a twist or two (check them out they are a really fun challenge). One of the twists to to link your card up to  The Crafters Cafe Challenge.

Also I will be playing along with Cards In Envy which is to create Something Spooky. Because I am a volunteer for Send A Smile 4 Kids I like to make non scary kid friendly cards.

I will also be playing along with my friends at Live Love Cards and linking this card up to Darlene’s Halloween Challenge.

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Here is a close up of all the sparkly glitter cardstock (doesn’t rub off) I used.

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Up In The Air

Our oldest son lives in a rural area and close to a little airport that offers hot air balloon rides (no thank you). When we visit when it is getting closer to sunset we like to sit out on his deck and watch the hot air balloons. They are so beautiful and peaceful to look at.

Tuesday Throwdown‘s current challenge is Up In The Air. Here is my card.

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Here is a close up showing all the sparkle.

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I used an outline sticker from Krazy Kreations adhered it to glittered cardstock (SSS) and colored it with copic markers. Sometimes the sticker doesn’t adhere very well but I add the smallest amount of glue to help it along. Then I fussy cut it out. The cloud paper was from my stash and I ran it through the cuttlebug using the birthday embossing folder (my favorite). The critters are from Your Next Stamp and the grass is a stamp from Stamps by Judith.

I am a shipper for Send A Smile 4 Kids and this will be going to them.

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Tuesday Throwdown #405 Sketch

Over at Tuesday Throwdown the challenge this week is to use the posted sketch to make a card. I have been trying to use watercolors (when I think or say the word watercolor my mind thinks mess).  I am a very messy card maker.

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For this card I stamped the Stamps by Judith cupcake onto watercolor cardstock and using Polished Jade and Fresh Lime Dylusions Shimmer Sprays watercolored the cupcake with Pentel Aquash water brushes.  I heat embossed the happy birthday sentiment in black. The sprinkles were dotted with the good old faithful Stickles.

This card will be going to Send A Smile 4 Kids.

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Interactive Card

When I was a little girl I could swing on the swings for hours on end looking up into the sky and just day dream. I especially liked it when my younger siblings (I am one of seven, second oldest), found other things to do and I could be all by myself in the back yard on the “swings”.

The challenge this week over at Little Red Wagon is to make an interactive card. I must say that I have only made a few other than shaker cards. So I “challenged” (isn’t that what challenges are all about?) myself and made a slider.

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For this card I used distress oxides to create the background. I used stamps, dies and the sentiment from My Monthly Hero. The slider element is from My Favorite Things. I propped up the branch on double thick foam tape, then attached the leaves – I wanted her to swing under the branch and leaves. I also propped up the little girl on the left.

This card will be shipping off to one of the hospitals for Send A Smile 4 Kids.

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