Saturday, May 24, 2014

OWH Memorial Day Blog Hop

OWH Memorial Day Blog Hop

Hope you are enjoying the OWH Memorial Day Blog Hop.  They are always so much fun and it's great to see all of the talent out there.  Memorial Day is always special for me as that was the day I got married to my late husband.  He was a Viet Nam vet so this seems like a special way to honor him and our special day.

I could not decide which card to post today so here is the first one.

The sentiment is from the Silhouette store, Lucky Charm paper from American Crafts and stamp is from the Stampin' Up Set Sail set.
The die cut of Minnie Mouse is from Cuttlebug, You Rock die cut from My Favorite Things, and paper is miscellaneous stock.
So after you leave a comment move on to the rest of the hop.  There is lots more to see!  You don't want to miss any of the goodies out there!

Monday, May 5, 2014

Doodle Pantry Digital Challenge #46

I love Doodle Pantry images.  They make creating card kits so easy and fun.  Their May challenge is to use any digital image in a card.  Of course, they really appreciate it if you use their image but any will do.  Be sure to visit the challenge and enter.  There are some great free images to be had if you use their images.  Great ideas for card making.   Here's the card I've created for May. 

This card was created using Charlie Horse and Hey!  Paper from We R Memory Keepers.  I used the Silhouette Design Studio to pull in the images and cut them out.   This card will be going to Operation Write Home so one of our Heroes can let someone know how much they are missed.
Today I ran across a post about Polka Doodles.  They are running a blog hop to celebrate their 5th birthday!  They have some really adorable digis.  If you check out their blog hop, you can score some really great free digis.  Check out their 5 Years of Polkadoodleicious!! blog hop and see their designers in digi form! 
So glad you stopped by.  Hope to see you again soon!

Saturday, May 3, 2014

ODBD May Challenge

The ODBD challenge for May at Operation Write Home is embossing.  I chose to do a card in dry embossing I've been going through my left over pieces of this and that.  Here's one of the cards from that exercise:

The image is from Graphic 45 paper.  I don't remember the name of the embossing folder.  You never know what you will find in the scrap box!