Shabby Miss Jenn

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Just because you requested Tammy!

Here are two cards I created today! But now I gotta get to my homework....
My friend Tammy couldn't wait to see them so I posted them early!
With so much snow on the way I wanted to think of spring! I usded the Ronald McDonald set for this year... I used matching ink and paper to add texture. So saffron and cercently celery. Then used markers to color on the flowered stamp and get the multi colored look. I then heat embossed the image with glitter emobssing powerder from SU.

The second card was similar to one created by my friend Teresa! This is not a stamp set I would typically purchase but I really like how it turned out. Sometimes you gotta play around with it to see how great it can be! It is one of the two step stamping sets! Again I heat embossed the glitter embossing powder..

Hope you like!

Here's a start...

Hello Everyone!

I just wanted to share with you a couple of cards I made at a recent event.
The first card was a make and take I created for a special group of people who do events for their relay for life group called "Hands for Hope"! I used a slit punch to create the scalloped edge on both of the cards! Thanks to Crystal for that awesome idea! Another technique is the faux stitching also around the image! This is so easy to make. For this card I used night of navy, whisper white, and rose red cardstock. I used whisper white craft ink, rose red, and night of navy classic inks.
The second card is a copy of a 6 x 6 card in the new Stampin Up! Spring Summer 08 catalog. I reducted the size to make it fit on a standard (4 1/2 x 5 1/4) card. I used the ruby red, groovy guava, river rock, very vanilla cardstock. For ink I used old olive and ruby red! I like how you don't always need to stamp on white paper!


Tuesday, January 29, 2008


Hello Everyone & Welcome to my new blog!

This is the first time I have ever created a blog so I am looking forward to getting started! I will be adding material to the site over the next couple of weeks and hope to have it up and running within that time!

Hope you enjoy!