Friday, March 30, 2012

New cards and such

Hello everyone!

Sorry for the prolonged absence, life has gotten in the way of my crafting. I am here to say that I am taking a little time to share a card I made based off one of the My Favorite Things Sketches, number 63. I didn't get it done in time to post it to the Challenge, but I liked the sketch and I liked how my card turned out so I thought I would share.
I know, I know, I used this cutie in my last card share, but I love her so much I used her again. I only have two PI Girls right now, so until I am using them all the time. This time I coloured her with pencil crayons. I used some K and Company paper and some dollar store bling. I liked the way she turned out. I would really like to try different colouring methods, like OMS and Prismacolors.

I have expanded my stamp collection a bit (ok, a lot) over the last month or so.So I promise to used a different stamp next time (hee hee). I am still waiting to get some decent paper and card stock, there is a possible trip to Winnipeg this week, so I am hoping to get some, and possibly visit a Michael's. I have a couple more projects in the works, so I will hopefully have more to share this weekend.
Enjoy the rest of your Friday!


  1. I love the paper and colors you used on your card. I'm also a fan of MFT. They have the cutest stamps. Great job on your card.

  2. So glad you shared this cute card! I miss or forget so many challenges often! Enjoy the rest of your weekend - happy shopping!

  3. Nice colors. I am yet to try MFT stamps but I heard good things about it.

  4. Beautiful card Eryn! I love MFT and I love all the Pure Innocence stamps! Loved all the colors you used. I have not entered in a challenge yet but would like to one of these days! THanks for sharing! :) Hugs, Marcy

  5. Beautiful! I love the bright colors! I really need to try and make a card using sketches. I'm just not very good at following directions I guess. I will make myself try it though. Thank you for letting me join your SCS blogging group. I look forward to future post!