She is running a special, if you purchase 3 images, you get 30% off. You know me, I can't turn down a sale...... anyway I got three and got invited to her facebook page and made a card for her January challenge in hopes to win some more of her beautiful work. Here is my entry:
Go over and check out her etsy store and be amazed.
Also have some valentine freebies for you and if you sign up on the right to
"follow me by email", I will send you two of my other favorites.
I was alittle behind getting this up but here it is now! Here are my samples:
For the card base which is a center step fold that I cut on my
silhouette, I used red cardstock. The paper I used for the
backround is from: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MyArtisticAdventures and is called Victorian Vintage Valentine's Day Shabby Pink Aqua
Red Cream Chocolate Hearts Sweater Digital Paper Pack Collection Collage sheet
Printable. The Bingo sheet is from the same and is called: 28 Vintage Valentine's Day Bingo Game Playing
Cards Collage Sheet Printable. I attached the Bingo card on the top step, on the
second step is a fancy border and the stamped cherub and heart (also arrow and
Hugs & kisses words) are from Close To My Heart. The hearts on the sides are
cut from spellbinder dies. everything is inked with brown
The card base is made from cream cardstock and the card
front is from red cardstock. The arrow cut out on the card front, are from a edge punch from Close
To My Heart. White doily in the middle of card, with bingo card in middle of
doily. The Bingo sheet is from the same above card collage
sheet and is called: 28 Vintage Valentine's Day Bingo Game Playing Cards
Collage Sheet Printable. The arrow is from Close To My heart and there are red
rhinestone on the doily sides. Everything is inked in brown except the doily
which I inked in red.
How would you like to create something like this:
You can get the goodies to make this for free if you go over to the blog http://heatherahudson.blogspot.com/and click
on her etsy collage sheet tab, with an order of $20.00 or more.
I also have some freebie images for you, if you comment and sign up for my email following, I will send you 2 more images.If you are already on my email following, comment and I will send the two to you also. here are your giveaway images:
I found this nice blog that has challenges and she gives you free images to use so thought I would join in on the fun at Beccy's Place. If you like to join in on challenges and a chance to win some digital goodies go on over and join in. here is my entry:
I am a little behind on this but still want to give them out. If you are not following me by email, leave me a comment with your email and go over to the right hand side of my blog and follow me by email and I will send you two other freebies ( two of my favorites). If you already follow me by email, just leave me a comment here with your email and I will send it to you also.
Here are the New Years Giveaways:
Create any NEW tangible item, Card,
tag, ATC, Layout, altered art piece, Banner, pretty much anything you can come
up with that is tangible using some of my digital images (and or
(Sorry no digital entrees) Please remember you can use other images to play along
& win the "Top three badge" but in order to win the Random Draw (a free
collage sheet) and Designer's Choice (chance to Guest Design and receive free
images) you must use one of my images.
So come on over and join in the fun by clicking on the My Artistic Adventure badge ( the one that says I am a Design Team Member) on the left hand side of my blog and then click on the tab on top that says Current Challenge!
Here is my sample:
- Card base for A2 card is light blue card stock ( 4 1/4 x 5 1/2)
- Card front is white card stock which I use Darice embossing folder of
that I lightly went over with light blue ink to highlight the
- I used silver stickles for the middle of the snowflakes
- Image is from Heather's Snowman collage sheet with frosted lace stickles
on the tree
- Sentiment I printed out on the computer and edged in silver
- Snowman and sentiment were popped dotted on the card
Born in Illinois, moved to California when I was nine. Finished high school and some college. Got married and moved to Nebraska with hubby because he joined the Air Force. Then spent some time in Alaska before moving back to California. I lived in Californa until 2004 when my husband decided to move us to Texas. I still have a husband (yes-I still have him even though he moved me to Texas), two daughters, three cats (and two outside cats that adopted us along with two racoons that we feed). Things have changed, now that hubby retired......we moved to Colorado and have said goodbye to cats ( they are gone now ) No more racoons but we did adopt two rescue kitten from Hurricane Harvey.