This is a Rubbernecker.com image named Keesha. I just had to have the stamp since it is so close to my name. hahaha. I used Copics, stampin up markers, and Smooch pearlized accent inks to color my image. I colored my Prima flowers using my stampin up re-inkers and topped them off with a little stickles. The thank you sentiment is from a Stampabillities cling rubber stamp set.
I hope you all like it.
I just finished this layout. My husband and I took a cruice to the Bahamas in 2009 and I am just starting on the scrapbook pages. Talking about taking my time. Any who, I used my Imagine with the Pack Your Bags Cricut cartridge and the Imagine More Imagine cartridge to make all the embellishments for this page. Thanks for looking.
Labels: Scrapbook Layout
This weekend, I continued experimenting with crafting tools that I have in my arsenal that have been idol every since they came into my craft room. The tools of choice this week are the Cricut Imagine and the BeJewler Pro.
My first quick project was a graduation card that I made on my Imagine using the Wrap it Up regular Cricut cartridge together with the Better Together Imagine cartridge. I made the green card stock from the color palette on the imagine cartridge. The embellishments are made from images on the Wrap It Up cartridge that were flooded with some patterns from the Better Together cartridge. Let me tell you, the possibilities are endless using the Imagine. I know some people feel this machine cost a lot of money, but hey, I feel it’s worth every penny that I spent. Oh yeah, I almost forgot, I used the BeJewler Pro to add a little bling to the graduation hat.
After the quick application of the bling, I felt like experimenting a little more with the BeJewler Pro. So I decided to add a little bling to my ink pad caddy. Some of you may remember that I added my name and some roses to it a few weeks ago. Well, I step my name up a notch by blinging it out. I like using the BeJewler Pro because you don’t have to fight with glue and the bling. I may consider doing a video demoing it in the up coming weeks.
I hope you like it. Thanks for looking and come back to visit my blog any time.