Yesterdays Mixture

I was stamping this for a PIF and did one for me, think this could be the first card i have done with this elk (not sure) its 6 inches square in real life. Sentiments from TAC. the Elk ( I would have to go upstairs and look if you really want to know click on the lable tab that says masculine images its photo is in there) :) no coffee here yet.
This is an image that came to me via wish rak from mommapatti, {Thanks Patti!} its colored with prisma pencils, the sentiments from Inkdinkado. this is 5 1/2 inches square. isn't it a funny thing when you make an mistake and then you realize that is one of those "in things" to score the front of the card front. first score on this card went in 1/2 inch the wrong direction. So then i thought oh just flip and score in a half inch on the other three sides... ( haha) so save. :) pp is i think basic grey, cardstock is bazzill.
A little on the shabby side, the big brad is from MM the printed paper is from Daisy D's the tan and natural cardstocks are SU. the PSX image is colored with prisma pencils. the machine sewing is only in the mats. there is a bit of creamy brown colorbox fluid chalk ink on the edges of this. its 6 inches square in real life.
another Christmas one, think this puts me at 3 for June now. ( 7 to go) this image came to me via PIF from Mindy Young, Thanks Mindy. its a fun one to color. the sentiments from Savvy Stamps. the ribbon is from MM. the Printed paper is i think cosmo cricket. the cardbase is a premade one. (off the top of my head id say that co that sells watercolor paper by the pad makes it.) its almost 5X7 in real life.
this cute little critter came to me via PIF also from Stampin'Meg (Thanks Meg!) its colored with prisma pencils. the sentiment is a partial one from an Hero Arts border. these are the only size of the nestiblities i have they have more gaps in between the layers then i was expecting to see, so i guess I will need to collect the other sized packages to get the layers closer together.
a look at the bling. plan for today is to finish planting the veggie garden and maybe some yard sales this am. have a good one!

1 comment:

Jennifer said...

Everytime I see a wonderful PSX image on a card I always wish they were still around. The produced some of the greatest stamps. The poinsettia in the watering can is darling! Oh I love it. But then, I love all of your cards!

Jennifer :)