Wednesday, November 30, 2011

30 Days of Christmas - Finale

Well ladies, this is the end of 30 Days of Christmas.  I have been avoiding this post all evening (yesterday) and morning.  I have one hour to finish before my 8am deadline and I can't bring myself to saying goodbye.  =(  

I thought about making another 20 days of cards, but I honestly need to make time for other things.  And then I had a "light bulb" moment as I recorded my husband playing around with the left over scraps on my table... (video to come).  So here's the exciting news!!  I Am Going To Extend Our Blog Time Together One More Week But I Am Calling It "TABLE SCRAP CARDS"!  There will be no prizes and no requirements (boo, I know), just me trying to figure a way to use all the pieces from the 30 Days of Christmas card leftovers to make new cards out of it.  They probably won't all be Christmas related, but most will.  I've already done 2 and I hope to make another 5 today so I could post it for you and be ready for the next week.  I figure this would be an easier way to soften the "goodbye" and not rip myself away so roughly like a bandaid.  lol.

Anyway, let's get to Day 30's card.

As I browsed on Google over the weekend I came across a company of stamps that I had never heard of before.  Spesch Designer Stamps has great digital stamps and I was able to purchase one of my top favorite Christmas ones.  It was very fun to color and I plan on going back for more.  They are just adorable.

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The card itself was kind of a last minute idea I got.  Hubby he doesn't like it much.  He gave me a B- for the card because he found 3 things he didn't like... LOL.  What does he know right???  (Him and his horns).  


So using a distressed Tim Holtz Baroque die piece as my backdrop, I tried to create a window.  I used 2 Martha Stewart punches (double scallop border and medium branch), I used Recollections bling, Wild Orchid Crafts & I Am Roses flowers and a $1 wood stamp that I got from Jo-Anns, which I was able to color in to match the card.  The bird at the top is a cut out from Websters Pages' "Botanical Christmas - Winter Fairytales" paper that I thought fit at the top corner there.

The other paper line I used was MME Lost & Found "Christmas".  I barely used this paper for my cards, and I love it a lot, so maybe you'll see it in a future project.


 

She's called Santa Girl and along with using copic markers (see above photo), I also used White Fun Flock to cover the fuzzy part of her outfit.  I tried taking a close up so you could see it better.


I really REALLY love this image and coloring her was really easy... so as an added BONUS I want to include 2 pre-printed Santa Girl images for both winners.  
 
I would offer the digi file, but then that would be like stealing from them right?  So the next best thing is to send you some samples to try it out yourself.  I hope the 2 winners would love that.  I am also including some extra goodies in both winners' packages.  You won't know what it is until you open it.  


Thank you so much for joining me on this 30 day challenge.  I have absolutely enjoyed reading your comments and getting to know you all through the comments.  Thanks so much for all the support and I hope you will join me next week for "TABLE SCRAP CARDS"... that should be interesting huh??  Maybe one day I'll get hubby to make a card for you... hehe..

I will be drawing numbers and announcing the 2 winners tomorrow.  I would record myself doing it, but I'd have to double check for the qualifications and make sure that all the rules were met.  Also I have to count out all the extra entries from the posts and figure that all out.  So instead, I thought to take photos of everything and show you who won that way.  Good Luck To Everyone!!

Talk to you tomorrow.
x0, Damaris


I WILL BE ENTERING THIS PROJECT INTO THE SHOP PUMPKIN SPICE DESIGN TEAM CALL.  WISH ME LUCK!!

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

My Best Project Of The Week

Hi bloggers.  I wanted to share with you my favorite project of last week.  It's a card I made with a Greeting Farm stamp and this blog post is inspired by Kristy of Some Odd Girl.

If you play along and create a post of your favorite project of last week, you will be entered to win some goodies.  Make sure you tell her in the comment section who sent you.




The card challenged me to making something very shabby and girly, and I love how it turned out.  I think a lot of people like it too!!  Hehe


Thanks for stopping by.

x0, Damaris


30 Days of Christmas - Day 29 - [FUNNY]

Ladies, it brings me much sadness to find that I'm just one day away from the end of this series.  In my heart and mind I honestly thought I had 3 more days of cards to create.  In a way I'm relieved because now I can focus on other projects, but I really am going to miss you all and your comments, being under a time crunch and getting my creative juices flowing. 

On the other hand, I am soooo excited for you to get through this blog.  It comes with a new card AND a new video showing the card in action!!  Not just a tutorial, but a FUNNY video that I was able to capture as my husband got into his silly mode and pretended he was "crafting" a gorgeous card.


The card you'll see in the video is unfinished (obviously) and was sitting on my desk waiting for me to get it done, so he sat down and started to play with all the scraps on my desk (which he does from time to time).  I began taking photos of him doing his "work" and thought it would be even funnier to tape him.  He's a very spontaneous person so if I ask him to do a this or that video, he won't.  But if he's already "in the moment" of being a goof, I can switch on the camera and start recording and he won't stop.  LOL!!!


Anyway, so Day 29 of 30 Days of Christmas comes with some laughs, some inspiration and closer to finding our 2 winners.

 
 


Using the same circle card that I used for the snowglobe, I turned it upside down and made the card into the shape of an ornament.  It came together easy with adding a reindeer and some bling, but what really stands out are those punched branches (my new fav).  



You will notice (from the video) that I took hubby's "design idea" and added a "bow" to the top of the ornament card... lol.  He loves that I used his idea, stretched his chest out and everything... haha.

I hope you enjoyed this card and don't forget to watch the video below, it'll be the funniest 5 minutes of your day!!



x0, Damaris



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* Martha Stewart medium branch punch
* MAMBI "Classic Christmas Sayings" vellum stickers 
* Spellbinders - lacey circles
* Fiskars 2.5" circle punch 
* WOC flowers
* BoBunny bling
* Tattered Angels - coffee shop
* Distress Ink: vintage photo
* Hot glue & Tombow mono glue

Monday, November 28, 2011

30 Days of Christmas - Day 28

Happy Monday.  I hope you all had a great weekend full of tree decorating, shopping and crafting.

Me?  I just did quite a bit of shopping online (more than usual) and I was able to get a little crafty with my copics.  

There are several images that I've colored that don't make it through to the final cut (the card), and maybe (if you'd like) I'll make a post showing the images I never got to use.  And maybe it'll motivate me to actually use them and make something with it.  Even if it's just a tag.  (I'm not good at making those though).


Anyway, Day 28 of 30 Days of Christmas was a bit of a challenge.  First of all if you ever search for a die or a card of this shape you won't find it.  This snowflake card was a "bright idea" I had while browsing the aisles of Michaels one day.  I saw a package of bare snow flake light weight chipboard and thought they were cards.  After much investigation I found they were pieces, but was so enamored by the shape of the snowflake that I had to buy it and figure out a way to make it into a card.

 
3 weeks after I bought the darn package I finally took it out and started to play with it.  I figured a way to weld both pieces together with 1 sheet of paper and make it look like an authentic card.  Not rocket science, I know, but it's pretty difficult for a sleepless crafter with a toddler running around.


 
The rest of the card is self-explanatory.  The image was almost sent to the "Not Gonna Use It, It's Ugly" pile, but I was not in the mood to color her over again and I wanted to get this RUSHED card over with.. lol.



I hope you like it and I hope you're back tomorrow for another card.

x0, Damaris



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* MME Lost & Found Christmas 6x6 pad
* TGF "Dressy Ebony" digi 
* Copic markers
* Recollections bling-on-a-roll & cardstock
* Celebrate It ribbon
* Martha Stewart "Holly" punch
* MME designer music note paper
* Fiskars 2.5" and 2" circle punch
* Spellbinders lacey circle die
* Fiskars tiny snowflake punch
* Distress Ink: Peeled paint & Brick Red
* Artminds dimensionals, hot glue & Tombow mono glue

Sunday, November 27, 2011

30 Days of Christmas - Day 27

Hello Lovers!

It's our last Sunday together, waaah.  I'm a little sad.  We're winding down to the last few days of this series, but I am excited to be closer to picking a winner and sending out your goodies, YAY!!

Day 27 was a REALLY REALLY fast card.  If I took 15 minutes it was too much.  The stamp I used was already stamped for a previous card that I ended up not using it for. 


[sidebar: this stamp was one I was eyeing from the first time I saw it.  If you follow my facebook you will see that I showed a picture of it from Michael's the moment I saw it.  I fell in love with it and I knew that I would someday get it.  Well, it just happened to be on 50% off sale last week and I picked it up.  With my other discount I was able to bring it home for $3.00 down from $10.  I just love when I rob Michaels!!  LOL!!]


I pulled out my green and red distress inks, Stampin' Up water pen and colored in the holly leaves and berries.  Then layered paper scraps from my desk down to a half embossed card, added flowers and bling, and the card was done.  
 



I know the rule of thumb is to add 3 of the same things in a card or layout, but it really didn't need 3 flowers.  It was perfect with 2.  Plus they were kinda big.  I didn't wanna add another color or another size.

I really love how this card came out and I just might try to recreate it because it was that easy!!

x0, Damaris



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* Distress Ink: Peeled paint & Brick Red
* WOC flowers
* Artminds dimensionals, Glossy accents, hot glue & Tombow mono glue

Saturday, November 26, 2011

30 Days of Christmas - Day 26

Hi Crafters.  
 
It's Saturday and if you're a die hard shopaholic like I am you're either shopping online for great deals or hitting the stores.  Did you hear about the great sales Jo-Ann is having?  OY!
 
Anyway, Day 26 of 30 Days of Christmas brings a whimsical card.  I was not going to show this card because I had my doubts about it.  My husband gave me a complex.  I changed the layout and design of it 3 times!!!  LOL.  Thankfully the items I used before were able to pull apart easily.
 
After I showed it to a friend she convinced me to show it and so here it is.  
 


I added glitter glue to the border punch just to give it a little more pizzaz and I think I might've went overboard... lol.
 
I totally forgot the paper lines I used, but it might be from Echo Park.  The pink houndstooth paper is really unknown to me.  I'm sorry.
 

As always the supplies are listed below.

Thanks for stopping by.

x0, Damaris

 
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* MFT die-namics - pennant 
* Recollections cardstock
* Distress ink - vintage photo
* ArtMinds dimensionals, hot glue & Tombow mono glue

Friday, November 25, 2011

30 Days of Christmas - Day 25

Happy Black Friday!!

Hopefully as you read this I'm out shopping for great Christmas deals!!  lol.  And hopefully you went too and are reading this after you came home with wonderful goodies for your friends and family.

I think Christmas came way too early for me this year.  It might've been because I started this 30 Days of Christmas series November 1st.  Next year I'll make the cards early, but maybe just do 12 Days instead.  It's a bit stressful and demanding.  lol.  I like the challenge, but like my sleep more!  Then again, I have so many things I'm trying to accomplish at once so it makes things a bit more difficult.  (I'm a multi-tasker at heart).  Like right now, as I type this blog I'm bidding on some things on eBay, listening to Pandora, texting a friend, making jewelry and talking on the phone... lol


Day 25 is my favorite of all time.  The stamp is by The Greeting Farm and her name is Stella.  She's so adorable and really easy to color (my kinda girl). 


I added pink pearls around die cut oval shape just to create a special window to showcase her because the flowers on the side seem to be taking all the attention.


It was a quick card to make, what took the most time was the coloring.


Thanks for stopping by.

x0, Damaris


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* Fiskars scallop circle punch
* Studio G $1 clear stamp sentiment
* Copic markers
* Crochet trim
* Martha Stewart "holly" punch
* Distress ink - vintage photo

Thursday, November 24, 2011

30 Days of Christmas - Day 24

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

(oops, this post was scheduled for tmrw, thank goodness I checked).. lol

Thanks for taking the time out today (if it's still Thursday) to stop by and take a look at Day 24 of 30 Days of Christmas.

It's been like 5 days since I use my copic markers on a Christmas card, so I dusted them off and got to coloring.  I knew I wanted to create some really shabby Christmas cards (very dainty and pretty), but I wasn't sure if I could pull it off.  I just stamped random images and started to color.

(click photos to enlarge)




[sidebar: whenever I make a copic card, I never pick the paper first (because I don't have that many colors to choose from.  I usually pick the colors first then hope to God that I have paper to match it... lol.  This time I chose the paper first and made sure she matched it.]


So Madelyn is a Greeting Farm stamp that I purchased maybe a month or two ago.  She was on sale and I normally don't get that type of stamp (because she looks really difficult to color and very shabby), but she was so pretty and cheap that I couldn't pass up.  And I'm glad I didn't because she was the perfect image for the card I wanted to create.




It's pink, girly, fabulous & soft.  (just like me).. hehe.  I know the hat flower is a bit much, but I really didn't wanna color in the image flower and I needed to cover it up with something... lol [I tell you all my secrets huh?]

Anyway, I hope you like today's card because I LOVE IT!!  She's ready to visit her family for Thanksgiving and talk about her amazing job like the diva she is.  lol.

x0, Damaris

oh, and P.S.  Today's comments count as 2, just because.  *smile*

Be Blessed.
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* Prima - Pixie Glen paper pad
* TGF - Madelyn stamp
* Recollections pink pearls & pink pearl flourish
* Vintage trim (from a giveaway I won)
* Stampin' Up large oval, scallop oval and modern label punches
* Snowflake buttons
* IAR flowers
* Copic markers
* Recollections cardstock
* Spellbinders Labels 10 die
* Distress ink - vintage photo
* ArtMinds dimensionals, hot glue & Tombow mono glue

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

30 Days of Christmas - Day 23

Ladies, we're 1 day away from dressing up, cooking all day, eating all day and watching the Macy's Parade.  

What's your specialty when it comes to Thanksgiving meals?  Me?  I have never cooked for Thanksgiving... at least not the entire meal (or even 25% of it, lol).  The most I've made is a pie or some side dish.  This year we're having a quiet Thanksgiving with my parents (just us 4 with Gio and the 2 dogs), and I plan to make green bean casserole for the first time.  Whenever I have some (no matter whose made it) I always love it.  Mom is happy that I'm bringing that because she loves it too.  My husband (Axel) is bringing a delish spinach/artichoke dip (his specialty) and maybe we'll pick up a pie.  There really is no need for the pie because dad is making his special cheese cake.  YUM!!

I'll be honest and say that I probably won't even dress up nice.  I'll definitely wear something comfy incase hubby changes his mind about Black Friday.  This year he doesn't want to go, so I'm a little bummed about it.  Our 5th anniversary lands on Friday and as far as I know there is nothing planned.  I really don't expect any surprises, so it just might be a quiet Thanksgiving and anniversary... lol.

Enough blah.

We're on Day 23 of 30 Days of Christmas and with just one week left, I wanted to incorporate things I've learned this year, things I've received this year in RAKs or swaps, and new crafting styles that I've come to like/love.  

This card is very vintage'y.  Before April I had no idea dress forms were all the rave.  I remember back in January seeing these gorgeous pink dress forms at Michaels (for what I know now is dirt cheap), and I never thought to get it.  I was so attracted to it and every time I went to Mike's I picked it up and admired it.  So pretty.  Even when they were on sale for 50% off I didn't think to get it.  I desired to have it, but didn't really know if paying $8-$10 for some random iron decor that didn't really fit my style (at the time) was a smart investment.  Every few weeks I think about that dress form and one day I'll find it on eBay and get it.

In the mean time I find myself getting everything dress form that my eyes land on.  I love the style of it.  And I knew I wanted to incorporate that into a Christmas card, but I wasn't sure how.  As I cleaned my desk (which seems to be the moment when the light bulbs go off - lol) I remembered I had Printery paper from Prima and thought how it would make a nice vintage card.  So I pulled it out and got to work.

(click on photos to enlarge)


It was the perfect setting for a Parisianesque (I make up words all the time) card, and at first I had an eiffel tower Christmas stamp (that came out this year), but it didn't go... so I changed the layout (as I always do) and the perfect Christmas/Vintage/Dressform card was born!

hehe..

[I'm starving]


So, yeah.  No brainer.  Everything you see you can kind of figure out what it is, but I will provide a list of supplies below.  

Thanks for spending your time checking this blog and stay tuned for the last 7 cards.  My goal is to WOW you!!  hehe.

P.S.  In case you don't log on tomorrow, I want to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving.  In honor of this special day, I'd like to give you the opportunity to have more entries for today's blog.  Just write what you are grateful for this year.  You can write one thing for each comment and have 87 comments, but only leave your email once.  I'll know who it is.. .hehe.  This comment section will be open infinitely until Nov. 30, so come back and comment if you think of something else you're grateful for.  It helps shuffle your replies too!! hehe... This should be fun.  Can't wait to read all your replies.

Here's the top 5 things I'm grateful for.

1.  My health & life.
2.  My husband, son and Daizy (puppy).
3.  My parents who live in Florida near us, cuz if it weren't for them I'd really feel lonely.
4.  The fact that I got to see and spend time with all my siblings this year.
5.  The new scrappy friends I've made.  You guys are dear to me and I appreciate your friendship.

Now go prep that turkey!!

x0, Damaris


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* Prima "Printery" paper pad
* Recollections cardstock
* Jenni Bowlin stick pins
* Tim Holtz dress form die
* Black acrylic paint
* WOC flowers
* Recollections flowers
* Handmade black flower by my twitter bestie Laura
* Fiskars "Christmas" stamp set
* Stampin Up large oval punch
* Fiskars estate punch
* Flower from Yeya.
* Brown pleated trim from Sharon.
* Brown stretchy trim from Etsy
* Cameo button
* Flat back pearls from Ana
* Crochet off white trim
* Doily
* Distress ink - vintage photo
* Distress tool

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

30 Days of Christmas - Day 22

Happy Tuesday!!  Which probably means that you only have 1 more work day til a nice long weekend of good food & shopping.  Unless you took the entire week off.  But, in any case WOO HOO!!!

We're 8 cards away from the end of this 30 Days of Christmas card series, and I honestly didn't think I'd be missing it as much I am starting to feel like I will now.  (did that make sense?  lol).  It's like we were all away together for a month at summer camp and now have to resume to our normal lives.  :(

But let's not worry or stress about what hasn't happened yet and lets focus on the positive.  Which is another new card today!!  YAY!!

Day 22's card brings a feeling of a hometown cottage Christmas.  Like the type of card people who eat at Cracker Barrel every weekend would love to receive and keep forever.  At least to me it gives off that "vibe".  hehe.




It was super easy.  Matted the patterned paper, added trim, flowers and a few punches and the card came together by itself.  It must've taken 20 minutes.  

I hope you all enjoyed this card.
 
And as an added bonus, I will include a brand new set of rub-ons that I used for the sentiment (I had 2 of these), to which ever winner that gets chosen through today's blog post (#22) from Random.org.  Meaning; if this blog gets picked for a winner, the winner will also get the rub-ons.  I hope that makes sense... lol.
 

Doesn't that get you more excited to win??  lol

x0, Damaris
 
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* Jolee's red bling flower
* Wild Orchid Crafts flowers
* Maya Road double rosette white trim
* Black pearl trim
* BoBunny "Holiday Greetings" rub-ons
* Adhesive: Artminds foam dimensionals, ATG gun & hot glue
 

Monday, November 21, 2011

30 Days of Christmas - Day 21

Darlings, I've missed you!!

My hope and plan was to have these blogs post for you early in the morning, because I know after work you will all be busy with your family, cleaning, cooking, etc.  But today I wasn't able to get it done until now.  

The good news is that I have not missed a day and I don't plan on it, being that there are only 9 days left.  [I think I can.  I think I can.] 

Day 21 of 30 Days of Christmas is a card that kinda just came to me as I tried to tidy up my craft desk on Saturday morning.  Since Gio was with mom & dad I was able to get work done and this was one of the things I worked on.

I found (on my desk) this pack of Studio G cards that were pre-cut in the shape of a circle with a snowman's face die cut inside the circle.  I thought I would cover it up, turn it to the side and create a snowglobe card.  Silly, huh? 

I knew exactly what image, what background and what stamp to use, it was just a matter of putting it together and making it come to life!
(click on photos to enlarge)


First I colored the reindeer with copic markers (many weeks ago), then I created a snowy ground using versamark ink and iridescent embossing powder so he would appear to be standing on something.

The background paper I used is from BoBunny and I chose this sheet in particular because of the gifts stacked up on the side.  Looks as if Rudolph is watching the elves load up Santa's sleigh... hehe.


After I created the scene, I covered the entire card with a sheet of printed acetate (supplies below) using vellum adhesive, left about 2 inches unattached so that I could fill the space between the scene and the acetate with faux "snow".  To make the snow I simply shaved a small styrofoam ball until I had enough flakes to be able to shake the card for a snowglobe effect.  I then hot glued closed the opening and finished it off with cardstock, 2 types of trims and a banner stamp.


I will admit that the styrofoam shavings didn't work because as soon as I slid it into "globe" it stuck to itself and didn't shake... lol.  But it does look as if snow that's currently falling down to the ground.

Every once in a while I come up with a "bright idea" that ends up being a fluke.  At least I was able to try it out and bring you another 30 Days of Christmas card, right?  hehe

x0, Damaris




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* La Stephanoise black stretchy trim
* Copic markers
* Jo-Ann red grosgrain trim
* White cardstock
* Versamark ink
* Iridescent sparkle embossing powder
* BoBunny "Blitzen" bling & pearl
* Styrofoam ball ("snow")
* BoBunny "Blitzen" 6x6 paper
* Adhesive: Tombow Mono glue, Tombow vellum tape runner & hot glue