Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Busy Busy Busy

Hi everyone,
I was suppose to go shopping today. I need to get the rest of the stuff I need for my little Christmas gifts. But the hard rain turned into a hard snow and made our road to scary for my hubby's whimpy little car. So he had to take mine. That leaves me stuck at home. Oh well there's still time. I had lots of other things to finish.
Starting with the necklaces and boxes for my family's Christmas eve party.



I did the necklaces in three shapes and two colors


This white is a shimmer white and the snow flakes are silver embossing


and purple ones are three colors sponged  together and again silver embossed snowflakes.


The gift boxes came out pretty cute too. I thing the gals are going to like them.



Next I decorated some tea bottles and filled them with Hersey Kisses. These are for the ladies in my stamp club and some of the neighbors.


These are fun to make. I have everyone saving their bottles for me. You can put just about anything in them.
Here's one I did for my mom's little dog Buffy


I still got to do the candies for all the kids and nuts for the guys. Hope I can have my car back soon.

I even played along with three challenges. Told ya I've been busy.

I have one card for two challenges The Friday Mashup and The Sunday Stamps.

The challenge for the Friday Mashup is to mash together Heat embossing with A clean and simple card.


Now the Sunday Stamps. This is a great sketch


Here is the card I created


The flower and love you are heat embossed. And all my supplies are from Stampin' Up.
Lucky Limeade, Real Red, And Whisper White card stock Real Red ink. Crumb Cake DSP. Pretty in Pink grosgrain ribbon. The stamps are Itty Bitty Banners and Mixed Bunch. I also used the matching punch and framlit. The Perfect Dots folder was used on the background and I add a scallop border using the Scallop Trim Border punch. The bottom sentiment is from the So Many Saying set and I punched that out with the Modern Label punch. The flower in the back is suppose to be the flowers leaves. I think it worked.

My next card is made for the Try Stampin' On Tuesday challenge.


I don't know why, but I made a Father's day Card. Guess maybe I don't need no more Christmas cards. My plan was to make 2 Valentine cards. I don't have a clue what happened. Later I'll need it so what the heck.


Every thing is from Stampin' Up except the brads and twine. Basic Grey, Pool Party, and Whisper White card stock. The DSP is Domestic Goddess. The sentiment is from the Teeny Tiny Wishes set.I punched the words out using the window punch and backed it with the Modern Label punch.  I don't know the name of the fishing set that the lures are from. I inked up the twine with Basic Grey ink to make it stand out a little.
Well believe it or not thats all I have for now. I'm tired and going to sit back watch a scary movie with a glass or two of wine.
Hope you like all my projects. Please stop back again.
HAPPY STAMPING and  MERRY CHRISTMAS

13 comments:

Mynnette said...

What absolutely amazing creations!!! LOVE all of them--especially the dog treats! I must remember that for friends who have furry children! ;) Thanks for joining us at TSOT! :) Please join me this month at Technique Tuesday as well for our Faux Tile challenge and happy holidays! :)

paula said...

Karen what a great blog entry. So many wonderful ideas :). I love your Card that you created for Try Stampin' on Tuesday. That ruffled ribbon is such a lovely touch. Thanks so much for playing with us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday

Heidi Baks said...

Those gifts are just lovely! Your mashup card is fabulous with all the flower details! Thanks for joining the Friday Mashup this week.

Joan said...

You have been creatively busy. Your Sunday Stamps card is great - the "flower" for the leaves works perfectly. Thanks for joining us this week at Sunday Stamps.

CherylAnn Robinson said...

What a soft and pretty card. Great texture. Awesome use of our sketch. Thanks for playing at Try Stampin'. And the little boxes are very cute too!

Nancy Seed said...

My you have been a busy girl. Love the little necklaces'. Would like to know how you made them. It's never too early to get ready for other special occasions so thanks for using our sketch at Try Stampin for your Father's Day card. I like the added touch of the string around the one embellishment. Thanks for sharing all your talent with us at Try Stampin on Tuesday

Paula Reid said...

Love your card - especially the ruffled ribbon. Thanks for playing along at TSOT.

Hofkissed said...

Just love what you've done with your flower for the Sunday Stamps card this week. Very creative, as are all your projects you've posted. Thanks for playing along and hope you'll play along with us again soon over at Sunday Stamps!

MJ said...

wow,you sure were busy. I love all your projects. The recycled bottles are wonderful. I love the Father's day card for TSOT. Thanks so much for playing along with us this week!

Karen said...

Love your card, espeically the pleated / ruffled banner. Thanks for joining us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday this week.

Tara (Murphy) Bourgoin said...

You've certainly been a busy girl! What a great blog post, so much to look at :) I just love your take on the Sketch from Sunday Stamps and how you incorporated the Friday Mashup challenge as well! Thanks for joining us this week!

Hayley Kew said...

Karen what a wonderful post! So nice to see all of the lovely projects you have had on the go. Really like the card that you submitted for our Challenge. Thank you for joining us again at Sunday Stamps, hope to see you back in the New Year :)

Amanda Corbet said...

I love the flower and leaves on your card! Thank polka dot background is just fabulous too! Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for playing along with us at the Friday Mashup!