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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Another Birthday Card

Another birthday card I made when working on Girlie Girl birthday cards.  I used Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Daisies and Roses for this one.  I colored the image with Copics, my favorite for coloring.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Girlie Girl Birthday Card

I am working on birthday cards today.  I needed some girlie girl cards for my stash.  I used Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Half Bouquet stamp on this one.  I used a border die by Our Daily Bread and the sentiment is from the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Best Wishes sentiment set.  I love the font on this one.

Hope you all are having a good week.  So far, so good, here.  ~smile~

Monday, September 16, 2019

Path To The Barn

I am back with another card for Blue Knight Rubber Stamps New Release.  I used the Path to the Barn stamp for this one.   It is being featured on the Blue Knight Blog today.    I colored my image using Copics.  I sponged the clouds using the  Heidi Pettie Cloud Template and turquoise ink.

Blue Knight Stamps is doing a September New Release giveaway!   Head over to the FANS OF BLUE KNIGHT RUBBER STAMPS Facebook group 
HERE,  to enter!
I am glad you stopped in today.  Good luck on the Fans of Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Facebook page drawing.  

Monday, September 9, 2019

Blue Knight Silhouette Stag with Frame

I decided to make just one more card with my Blue Knight Silhouette Stag stamp set before I put it away.  This just might be my favorite one.  I used my Pan Pastels, I am really enjoying using them, especially with my silhouettes.  They sure make quick cards.  The longest part of making this card was deciding my design and papers.  It usually takes me forever because I think my paper needs to match perfectly.  (I always do my image first without thinking about paper-Some day I will learn)  Ha, Ha, Ha.

The colors I used on my card were Permanent Red, Magenta, Orange, Yellow,Violet and Ulta Marine Blue.  I mixed a lot of the colors.    I generally work with them until I get the vivid colors I want.  I like the way the bright colors pop on the black card stock.

Hope you are having a good Monday.  Have a great week.


Silhouette Train and Pan Pastels

Blue Knight Rubber Stamps has done it again.  Yes, another great release stamp called Silhouette Train.  This was a fun one to work with.  I used my Pan Pastel Day & Night Palette and the Pan Pastel Sunrise and Sunset Palette to make my pretty background and it was super easy.

Blue Knight Stamps is doing a September New Release giveaway!   Head over to the FANS OF BLUE KNIGHT RUBBER STAMPS Facebook group 
HERE,  to enter!
I am glad you stopped in today.  Good luck on the Fans of Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Facebook page drawing.  

Sunday, September 8, 2019

Put Your Hands Up

I got this stamp from Your Next Stamp and I am just now getting around to using it.  I loved the sentiments that were with it.   The inside says, "That's An Order-Happy Birthday". 

The weather has cooled off and we are enjoying it.  Last night we went to a cookout and bond fire.  I love this time of year, but I am not ready for the cold weather and snow.  The Farmers Almanac says it is going to be cold and snowy.  Ugh!


Friday, September 6, 2019

QKR One Sick Puppy

I am filling in over at QKR Stampede Blog.  I made this card using the image Sick as a Dog and the
sentiment One Sick Puppy.  These stamps come in both digital and rubber stamps.  I really like this image.  For some reason, I always do this pup in blue colors.  Maybe because if the dog was female  and in imaginary life you would see her at the stove cooking in a pink cast with a thermometer in her mouth and a couple little pups hanging on her hips.   I know, I will never make a living doing stand up comedy so I will be quite.   LOL

You all have a wonderful weekend.

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Trip To Lancaster

Here is a card I made for my Free 4 All Challenge on Splitcoast.   This is an old stamp set, but it is one I still love. It is always easy to make a scene with this one. I positioned stamps on my stamp platform and inked them up with black Marvy Euchida ink. My favorite ink for clear stamps. I colored in the grass and the dirt.  I went over the dirt with a stamp for tiny grass blooms from the SU Watercolor Mini set using Cocoa ink. I sponged the clouds and Viola, I have a Amish scene. Thanks, for looking.

Lifeguard at the Beach

Combining stamps is always fun.  For this card I combined Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Beach Scene, Beach Chairs & Accessories, Sand Castle & Accessories  and  the Birds set with  Our Daily Bread Designs Lifeguard.   I love having the accessories stamps because they can really dress up an otherwise dull card.    I colored the images with Copics and sponged in the clouds using a cloud template. 

Thanks, so much, for taking a look at my card today.

Monday, September 2, 2019

Exciting Week at Blue Knight Rubber Stamps

It is going to be an exciting week over at Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Blog this week.  We are showcasing cards from the brand NEW release.  I had so much fun working with the stamps.   I used the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Ranch Fence stamp for my card.    I colored the image using Copic Markers.  I used the Heidi  Pettie Cloud  Template  to sponge my clouds using turquoise ink.

Blue Knight Stamps is doing a September New Release giveaway!   Head over to the FANS OF BLUE KNIGHT RUBBER STAMPS Facebook group 
HERE,  to enter!

Thank you, for stopping by and good luck in the drawing.

Monday, August 26, 2019

Silhouette Stag

Hello, my crafting friends.  I am sharing a card with the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Silhouette Stag.   This card is being featured on the Blog today.  My background was made using a cloud template.   I sponged over the template using  Day and Night Pan Pastels and Sunrise and Sunset Pan Pastels.

It is hard to believe this is the last week of August.  The first day of Fall is only four weeks away.  I love Fall,  but I am not ready for the cold weather that follows.  I suppose I will have to put on my big girl pants and deal with it. Don't you think?  ~grin~

Hope you all have a great week.

Friday, August 23, 2019

QKR Stampede - Dancing Angel

Today,  I am sharing a card with a cute image from QKR Stampede aka Stamp On It.  This is my favorite angel image.  I always paper piece this one with patterned paper.  I was going to add a sentiment, but I decided that I like it plain.

We have officially made it to the weekend.  Wishing all of you a fun and safe one.

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Blue Knight Rubber Stamps-Unicorn

Here is a card I made using Blue Knight Rubber Stamps "Magical Unicorn".   I thought this would make a perfect birthday card for a special grand-daughter.    I really like how I could color the word rainbows in the sentiment. 

Monday, August 19, 2019

Meet Me At The Docks

This was a very quick and easy card. It was probably one of the quickest that I have ever made.I used Blue Knight Rubber Stamps (Meet Me at the Docks) and Pan Pastels.  I will be teaching some ladies how to make this card this week.  I hope they enjoy it. 

Christmas Poinsettia

I am sharing my Poinsettia card with you today that is being featured on theInspire and Create Blue Knight Blog today.  The Poinsettia image can be found Here.  I used LCI Metallic Gold Paper on the background and then layered some white die cut frames over it.   I stamped my image, colored it with Copics and added clear embossing over it.  For the finishing touch,  I added some gold beads/gems around the frame.

Have you started on your Christmas cards?  I have only done a few so I really need to get busy and make more of them.  I actually have a really cute one that I will be sharing with you in late September.  I can't wait for you to see it.

I am happy that you stopped by.  Have a great week.

Sunday, August 18, 2019

BIrthday Fun

Hi , Everyone.  Hope you are having a wonderful Sunday.  Sunday afternoon is our day for winding down.  We came home from church and ate lunch.  We decided to sit down to watch a little TV and my dear husband fell asleep.  (not unusual)  So, here I am in my craft room while he snoozes.  ~grin~

I made this background using Pan Pastels.  I like the way it came out.  I used the Blue Knight Rubber Stamp "Birthday Fun".

Thanks,  for coming by today.  I appreciate your visits.


Monday, August 12, 2019

Whimsical Holly

My card that I am sharing with you today is being featured on the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Blog today.  I used the Whimsical Holly Stamp and stamped on designer paper.   I colored the holly and berries with copics.  I added some bling and a red bow made from crinkled seam binding.   I matted my card using red, green and woodgrain card stock/paper.  The Woodgrain  is from LCI Paper.

Thank you, for stopping by today and taking a look at my card.  Have a great week.

Monday, August 5, 2019

Winter Silhouette Stag Diorama

Hello Stampers,  today I am  sharing a card I made for Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Blog.  This month they are featuring winter and Christmas cards.  I have a Diorama card to share with you today.  I used Blue Knight's Silhouette Stag stamp.  I created the sky using both Pan Pastels Day & Night and Pan Pastels Sunrise and Sunset Palettes.    I was very pleased with the night sky.   The colors I used were Violet, Magenta, Permanent Red and Ultra Marine Blue.

Thank you, for stopping in today.  It always makes me happy to have visitors.  Let me know how you like my card. 

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Who'll Stop The Rain


I am hosting the Free For All Challenge this week over at Splitcoast Stampers.  The challenge is about rain or the lack of rain.  In our area, we have had some nearby towns that have been experiencing rainfall due to all the rain we have had.  Other areas are in need of rain due to their lack of it.   This way the challenge will suit both causes.  For imaginary extra credit,  they can relate their card to a song about rain.   Click the link above if you would like to check out the challenge and possibly join us.

I used a image from Stampendous for my card.  The sentiment is computer generated.  I sponged some rain clouds for the little bees and their umbrellas.

Thanks, so much, for coming by today.

Sunday, July 28, 2019

Spring Time Wooded Farmlands

Hi, everyone,  I am back with one more card made with the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Wooded Farmland scene.  I have shown a few different ways of using this stamp during the last month or two, to help you stretch your stamps.   I don't know about you, but I get bored using mine the same way each time I make a card.  Today I am using it for a Spring time scene.  I really love the trees with the pink and yellow blooms among them.  I added a sentiment from the Blue Knight Bible Verses 2 set.  My clouds were made by using a template.  I made my frames using Rectangle Chain dies from Gina Marie.

I really appreciate you stopping by today to take a look at my card.  Enjoy the rest of the weekend.  See you again soon.

Monday, July 15, 2019

Daisies and Roses

This card is up on the Blue Knight Rubber Stamp blog today.  I used a new release Blue Knight Stamp called Daisies and Roses.   The sentiment is from the Blue Knight Bible Verses 2 stamp set.
I colored my image using Copic markers.  I used a fork to tie my bow and it in the top corner of the car.  The ribbon is from The Ribbon Place.  

Thanks, for coming by and checking out my card.

Monday, July 8, 2019

Honey Bee and Sunflower

Here is a card that is on the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Blog today.  I used the Honey Bee and Sunflower Stamp  from the new release.  The sentiment was stamped using a Blue Knight Rubber Stamp  from the  Bible Verses 2 Set.  I colored my image with Copic Markers.   I put Wink Of Stella on the bee wings, but it is not showing up in the picture.  I added rhinestones in each corner to give it a little Pizzazz. 

Thank you, for stopping by today.

Friday, July 5, 2019

Silhouette Wolf Happy Birthday

I needed a little stamp therapy today, but did not have much time.  I saw that Angie had a silhouette  theme for her F4A challenge today.  That worked out well for me.  I already had the image and background done.  I decided I wasn't happy with the background color so I added more ink to get a brighter color.   I stamped the inside and outside sentiment.  The inside says, "You are only as old as you feel.  Wow, that must suck for you."   I like to add a little humor sometimes.  Life gets boring without it and I don't want to be boring.  ~grin~

I used the Wolf Silhouette from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps.

I am happy you came to visit.  Have a wonderful weekend and stay safe.


Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Blue Knight - Half Bouquet

Here is another card from  the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps new release.  This one is called "Half Bouquet".   As you may already know, I do like bright colors so I picked out some bright Copics and colored this beautiful image.  I added a border die and ribbon from  The Ribbon Place.

Monday, July 1, 2019

Titus - The Adventurer - New Release Blog Hop

Blue Knight Rubber Stamps has just came out with new releases.  I have used the one called
"Titus-The Adventurer".    Is he not cute?  I can almost hear what he is thinking.  "Yes, I am almost out the gate".  I fell in love with this stamp the minute he arrived in the mail.  I colored my image with Copics and I paper pieced the shirt.  I like paper piecing.


Here is the order  of the blog hop:

The Blue Knight Blog -Lynn and Nancy have cards here  

Shirley's Blog - You Are Here

Kat's Blog

Kren's Blog

Be sure and leave comments along the way, there will be two prizes given away.


Sunday, June 30, 2019

I haven't used my Coffee Makes Me stamp, by Blue Knight Rubber Stamps, in a while.  I made this for a featured stamper challenge on Splitcoast.   I stamped the image on white card stock.  I then stamped the cup,  colored it with Copics and fussy cut it.   I had a random coffee bean stamp, I stamped and fussy cut it.  I used a coffee ring stencil to put the rings to my card.   I added the cup, the coffee beans and sequins to the card using art glitter adhesive.

Thanks, so much, for coming by to take a look at my card.  Have a wonderful Sunday afternoon day.

Friday, June 28, 2019

Stars Or Stripes Challenge

I am hosting the Splitcoast Stampers Free 4 All challenge this week.  Since we are almost to the Fourth of July,  I decided to go with a Stars or Stripes or Both challenge.   I let the Graphic 45 By The Sea Paper Pad the focal point of my card instead of stamping.   My Spellbinders die is just too large in my opinion.  I do not use it for that reason.  I cut this one down a little and I like it better.  It still makes a large card, but it helps.  I fussy cut the shells from the paper and popped them up.  It needed something else so I decided to post the beach rules just so everyone remembers what to do when they get to the beach.  I punched out some stars and added them to the corners.  The lighthouse has stripes so it look like I did both stars and stripes. 

It was fun to make a card adding anything I wanted with no rules.  Sometimes rules takes away from ones creativity.    The Beach Rules are an exception, those sound fun.  ~grin~

I hope you will come over to Splitcoast and join me for the challenge.

Monday, June 17, 2019

Happy Father's Day Coaster

Today, I am the designer up on the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps blog for "Anything But A Card".
I chose to make a coaster.  In the past I have always seen coasters where someone stamped directly on a tile.  I wanted to give it a whirl to put a whole scene on this coaster.   I stamped my
"Wooded Farmlands" image on copy paper and colored it with Copic Markers.   I used the
Mini Greeting 2 Stamp Set to stamp on the Happy Father's Day sentiment.   I applied Modge Podge to my coaster.  I put my image over it and applied Modge Podge over the image.  I allowed it to dry.  I put a total of four coats on the coaster.  Once this was done, I applied to coats of spray adhesive to seal it.

I hope you liked the coaster.  Have a great week.

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Autumn Squirrel for the 4th of July

I have been trying to use my stamps differently than they were intended this month to show you how to stretch your stamps and have some fun.  I made this card using the Blue Knight Autumn Squirrel stamp.   There are no rules that says we cannot use just part of a stamp so I just fussy cut my little squirrel and colored him blue with Prisma Pencils.  I went online and found this a coloring page so Mr. Squirrel would have a 4th of July hat.  I had this flag stamp laying around so I thought it would be perfect for this card.  The sentiment is from Blue Knight's God Bless America stamp set.  My background was made using acrylic paints and a toilet paper roll.

 Here is a picture I took of the actual picture on the stamp to show you what it looked like before I cut the little squirrel from the image.  Who would have thought you could make a 4th of July card with an Autumn stamp?  I didn't until I started thinking about new ways to use stamps that I have.

Thank you, for coming by today to take a look at my card.  I appreciate your visits and input.  

Monday, June 10, 2019

Fall Birthday - Wooded Farmlands

Last week I had a Summer card made with  Blue Knight 's Wooded Farmlands stamp.   I had mentioned that I would show you how to use this stamp  in different ways this month.  Today you are seeing a Fall card I made with it.   I really like the way it looks with these colors.  I colored the image using Copics and the sky was made with Pan Pastels. 

Thank you,  for coming by today.

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Scenic Overlook with Pan Pastels

I made this card using Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Scenic Overlook and also added the
Beach Chairs & Accessories  set for the sailboats.  I haven't had much time to play with my Pan Pastels so instead of cleaning this morning,  I went to my craft table to have a little fun.  I do not have a lot of colors of the Pan Pastels so my water and sky seem to blend together.  I need a turquoise which happens to be in one of  the special sets that were made especially for Blue Knight.   They should be in the their store by tomorrow so I will be making an order.  I colored the bank with Prisma Pencils, the boats were colored with Copics and the sky, water and ground were colored using Pan Pastels.  I still need lots of practice, but I was happy with the way the sky turned out.

Well, folks, it is time for me to get back to that boring cleaning.  You all enjoy what is left of the day.  I appreciate you stopping in today.  Come back soon.

Monday, June 3, 2019

Wooded Farmlands - Blue Knight

This card is up on the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Blog today.  I have used the Wooded Farmlands
stamp and I will be using it each week for the remainder of the month to show different ways to use it.  I colored my image using Copics.  I created the sky using Pan Pastels.   (Pan Pastels will soon be in the Blue Knight Store and packaged much differently than the ones you have seen in stores)  I added a verse from the Bible Verse 2 Set.  I thought my card needed a little color, you know I like color, so I added a little red tractor.

Be sure to check each week this month to see how I have used this stamp differently.  I am having fun creating with it.  I am amazed at how this stamp can be used so many different ways.

Have a wonderful and blessed day.

Monday, May 27, 2019

Country Lane Riders

Today I have paired my Cowgirl and Cowboy silhouette stamps with my Country Lane Stamp.  Both stamp sets are by Blue Knight Rubber Stamps.  I colored my image using Copics and the silhouettes were stamped with Ranger Archival Ink.  The clouds were made with a template from the Blue Knight Store and Turquoise ink.

Please join us over at the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Blog.  There will be a lot of new cards on it this week.

Thanks, so much, for stopping in today to see my card.  Have a great week.

Friday, May 24, 2019

A Stormy Night

I am the host over at Splitcoast Stampers for the Free 4 All challenge today.  I chose the theme "Storms Never Last".  Basically it means to make a card with a storm on your card.  I have had this image colored and laying on my craft table for a couple of weeks.  I made a stormy night background for him using Distress Inks.  By the looks of the clouds, this horse needs to go to the barn and take cover.  The stamp I used today is the Blue Knight Standing Horse.

I appreciate you coming by today.  I would love to see you post your cards to my challenge on Splitcoast.

Have a great weekend.

Monday, May 20, 2019

Dirt Roads - Don't Look Back

Hi, everyone,  I hope you all had a wonderful weekend.   I had a good one, but it was busy and it really wore me out.  How about you?

Today I have a card to show you that is featured on the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps blog today.  I used the Dirt Roads stamp and added the Don't Look Back cowboy silhouette stamp with it.  I love the fact that I have many scenic stamps by Blue Knight that pairs so well with the silhouette stamps.  I am sure you can tell that I am really enjoying my Silhouette Cowboys.  I colored my image with copic markers.  I stamped my silhouette using Ranger Archival Ink.  My clouds were made using this cloud stencil.

I want to welcome my newest follower, Pinky.  I am so glad to have you following my blog.

Thanks, to all of you, for coming by today.  I hope to see you again soon.

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Love The Cowboys

Once again, I have made a card using one of the Blue Knight Cowboy Silhouettes.  I am loving creating cards cards with them.  I hope you are enjoying seeing them. 

My husband is not a cowboy and I have always been afraid of horses because they don't always do what they are suppose to do.  I bet that surprises you.  My grandsons, however,  did rodeo for many years and still will enter the roping competitions at the local fair in the summer.  I guess that is where my love comes in for liking western stamps and cards.

I created my background using clarity brushes and Catherine Pooler Inks.  As you can tell, I like bright colors.  The Catherine Pooler Inks are very bright so I wanted to give them a try today.

Thanks, so much, for joining me today.

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Bog Hop - Cowboy Hero

Hello friends, I am back today with a card for Blue Knights Rubber Stamps blog hop.  Today I used the Cowboy Hero set.  Don't you just love it?  I used a alcohol ink background that I had created some time ago.  It is always nice to have some made a head for projects such as this.    I stamped the silhouette using Ranger Archival Ink. I added a star banner at the top to complete my card.

Tomorrow Kat will have a fabulous card on her blog for you to see.  Be sure and stop by to see Kat at Katsatplay blog.

Thanks, for coming by today.
  

Monday, May 13, 2019

Blue Knight Rubber Stamps New Release Blog Hop

Today is the beginning of Blue Knight Rubber Stamps New Release and Blog Hop.  I think you will like the new release,  I know I do.  The Blog Hop starts today over at the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Blog.   Be sure and go over to take a look at the new stamps and the blog hop schedule.  You will also want read about the give aways for the week.   I hope you will become a new follower of Blue Knight's new blog so you won't miss any of the fabulous cards by the team.

Here is the card I made for the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Blog that is posted for today.

I used the new Cowboy Up stamp set.   The Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil was used to make the fabulous puffy clouds and the ground.   I used spiced marmalade, ripe persimmon and peacock feathers distress inks to make my clouds.  I added the windmill to my card with a die from my stash.

Today's Blog Hop Line up is:
Your first stop, HERE, where you've seen Nancy's card
and now it's time to Hop on over to Shirley's blog: HERE
Next along the Hop you'll visit Kat's blog: HERE
and Kren's blog: HERE

 

Sunday, May 5, 2019

Land and Sea

I used soft pastels to color this Land and Sea image from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps.  This is my first complete card using them.  This stamp is from the BKRS last release.

Hope you all had a great Saturday.  We got more rain.   I went to Kentucky with my husband to eat at Olive Garden.  After we ate,  I had to go to Tuesday Morning.  They had a lot of nice paper pads.  I came home with three 6 X 6 pads.  I really didn't need more paper, but I couldn't resist.  I am sure you know what I mean.  ~grin~

I love it when I meet stamper/card makers in craft stores.  They are always so nice.  Today, I met a lady named Lynn from Texas.  My husband came up as we were talking.  Later he asked who she was.  He couldn't believe we had just met because we were talking up a storm just like we had known each other a long time.

You all have a nice Sunday.  I haven't looked at the weather to see if we will have a clear day or rain.  I have a feeling rain might be in the forecast. 


Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Lighthouse on the Beach

I am back with a summertime card today.  Don't you just love the ocean in the summer?  Seeing beautiful lighthouses make it even better.  I would love to have my toes in the sand and gazing at the beautiful blue water with  a lighthouse nearby.  The blue skies would be nice to see, also.  It looks like we are getting rain for most of the week so blue skies would look good to me.  We have had so much rain in the past six months.  I won't complain because in July or August, we might need some rain. 

The stamp I used today is Lighthouse on the Beach by Blue Knight Rubber Stamps.  I appreciate you stopping in today to take a look at my card.

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Fishing At Willow Lake

Sorry I was MIA for a while.  I was getting things ready for Easter.  On Saturday before Easter I came down with a stomach bug that liked me enough to stay for five days.   All is good now and I am ready to make some cards.

Today I was playing with my Blue Knight Rubber Stamps - Willow Lake Stamp.  I decided to show how to use it just using part of the stamp.  I grabbed a few fishing embellishments to use with it.  I was lacking a fishing pole so I used a twig with twine to make one.  The pole doesn't show up well in the picture, but it looks pretty cute IRL.  I used glue and glue dots to attach it to my card.    The image was colored with Copics.  The fish looks like it is resin, but it is a sticker.

Thanks, for coming by and taking a look at my card.  Have a fabulous weekend.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Blue Knight Spring Bunny

I needed a quick Easter card to put in the mail today so I chose this Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Spring Bunny to work with.   It was the perfect choice.  I had the image colored and the clouds sponged in about twenty minutes.   I usually sponge my clouds with a sponge dauber.  Today I used makeup brushes.  I think the clouds have a softer  and smoother look to them.  Oh, by the way,  these particular are only used on my artwork, not my face.  LOL   That might be something new I should try.  This blue ink might last longer on my face than eye shadow.

Speaking of sponge daubers,  there was a call that came in on my phone.   The ID said it was from
"Dauber Set".   LOL   Thankfully,  I was not tempted to answer it, these telemarketers use numbers to try and fool us.

You all have a nice day.  I hope you have beautiful weather where ever you are today.  Hopefully the snow is gone, for those of you that recently had snow.

Monday, April 15, 2019

Barn Friends


I made these two cards using the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps - Horse Barn.  This is one of my favorite stamps from the last release.   I will be using this stamp a lot. 

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Chubby Bunnies

I am making my grands Easter cards.  Here is the first one I made using this cute Sunny Studio set
Chubby Bunnies.  I colored the grass with copics and then went over it with a grass stamp from a Kittie Kit stamp set. 

It is hard to believe Easter is a week away and that the month is half gone.  I guess I need to go grocery shopping for our Easter dinner real soon. 

Thanks, for coming by today.  I hope you all have the "bestest" weekend ever.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Blue Knight Llama Love

I just love this cute little Llama that is peeking out of the flowers.  This image is from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps - Llama Love.  The name is perfect, how could one not love this face?  ~smile~
I colored my image using Copics and added some sequins to bling it up a little.

Monday, April 8, 2019

Blue Knight Corner Flowers with Window

Here is a card I made using my window with a few of my Blue Knight Rubber Stamps.
(Corner Flowers Lamp Post Way, Birds 2 and Mini Greetings 1)  It is so much fun to combine our stamps and see the amazing cards we can make doing so.  The background was one I made sometime back.  I used my gelli plate and acrylic paints.

Thanks, so much, for looking at my card today.  If you like the Blue Knight Stamps please come over to the Fans of Blue Knight Stamps on Facebook and click on Join.  You will find lots of inspiration there.