Friday, September 26, 2014

Saying Goodbye to Summer...

Awww!  Parting is such sweet sorrow... Leaving the warmth of Summer behind and going head on into the brisk and crisp Fall air is challenging, but ohh what beautiful colours there are to see.
In my part of the world the seasons change dramatically and Mother Nature always presents a show.  The leaves on the trees have been slowly changing colours and the new blustery winds are knocking them down to the ground.  When I was offered to be on the new Design Team for Blue Moon Creation Crafting Station I jumped at the chance to be able to use some fabulous new stamps and digitals.  Here is the sample I made as inspiration for the first challenge: "Halloween Fall", over at the Challenge Blog.

I used a pre made scored card made of kraft paper available from the recollections brand at Michaels. The image is from the Digital collection at the  BMCCS,  Digi Digi Doodle Shop, which I printed onto cream card stock (Staples) .  I used card stocks in yellow and orange from the Papaya Puree Collection by  Prism .  the string is from my stash (most likely Dollarama), the maple leaf brad is also from my stash, and I used a Fiskars punch to make the paper maple leaves.

I hope that you enjoyed your stop here today and please remember to check out the new blog and products at Blue Moon Creation Crafting Station.

Thanks and see you soon.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Studio Table Show and Tell

Hi, as part of a group of messy or shall I say CREATIVE artists I am sharing a picture of my Studio Table today.  Normally I clean up after a session of making stuff, so just as I was cleaning up this desk following a stamp carving frenzy I remembered "Take a picture".  You see Seth (over here) has organized this visual feast for all those "voyeurs"  who would like a peek into the artistic process.  So here goes...

This is actually quite tidy compared to most days!  

Thanks for stopping by.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Crafting through Crisis with a Creativity-in-Case-of-Crisis Kit

Crafting through Crisis with a Creativity-in-Case-of-Crisis Kit