Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Creativity Has Returned--At Least for Stacy!

I knew Stacy would go home the other day and keep working until she got some cards cranked out and boy are they cute! She's been a stamping queen! I on the other hand, have still done diddly. I just need to get going again. Stacy was sure an inspiration. Take a look! Wow!

I have been crazy, busy and will post a blog candy soon. You all are so awesome to come and visit. Stay tuned.

You are Close to My Heart,


April Driggers said...

LOVE the last card -- the green one -- we need her (you) to post a "recipe" to make that one! :)

Marie said...

Stacy i love all the cards. I knew you or Yvonne would come up with something. You go girl. I would love to do one of them at work shop in Jan. Marie

Stamp Your Art Out said...

Hey Stacy, They want card recipes!


Stacy said...

Ok, ok, hmmm, maybe I will get the nerve up to start a blog one of these days, but for now here is a quick run down on "the green card" first of all I "stole" the idea from papercraft mag. so whoever the "real" artist is "thanks" I used a background paper from the heritage paper pack and stamped the background in olive w/ a stamp from Rustic Flowers (I think it was March stamp of the month) the tag I cut from olive cardstock and matted on colonial white then stamped in olive with a stamp from the old poinsetta stamp set(can't rem. the name)then distressed with choc. The tree it a cut from colonial white (it took several tries to get a shape I liked) &distressed w/ choc. ink, I use a brown pen to draw the lines, the star is stamped in choc. on choc. cardstock, from the Holiday Jubilee stamp set. The tag also has a strip of twill (also from CTMH) across the bottom. The green ribbon is from Dollar General and the word JOY is brown stickers from C.M. Oh and the tree trunk is just a scrap from cutting out the tree that I inked w/ choc. TAADAA :0)