This card is made for a hunter at Christmas. Keep thinking HUNTER and CHRISTMAS together. I made the sentiment up. Do you get it? Maybe I should change it because my guy friend drew a blank - he's not a hunter at all and didn't see the humor in it. SO HELP!
Hunter, deer hiding, blank stare, gun, WHO DID HE SEE?
I hope my other friends see the humor in this. Can I stop hitting my head against the desk?
I noticed as I went back through my card photos that I hadn't shown you this little boy, Deacon. He is adorable. He would make great gift tags. I started on some, but didn't finish even one. I did make a card and scribbled on the "Note" to make it look like handwriting. A fun card.
Can you believe I missed this little gal when I posted the other gals? The background is a Hero Arts card on which I also stamped an old Hero Arts Manuscript background (H2141) and Three Ferns (S5154) in HA Shadow Ink, Wet Cement mid-tone. I added a new Flourish die-cut in blue and brown, plus these wonderful little vehicles. I thought the Bugaboo gal looks like such a little French girl on this card and here at Bugaboo.
Almost the end of the month. Hard to believe. Dawn will be back with the winner on January 2nd for the Die Cut Divas challenge. Can't wait to see who wins!
I'll be hosting January and can't tell you yet who our sponsor is, but you'll be very HAPPY!
This little Bugaboo Digi guy went fishing all by himself. His only company is the Washi tape surrounding him and the pool of water he's dropped his line in. You can find him fishing anytime right here.
Remember Bugaboo has their digital stamps on sale right NOW!
A little gal won the errand of delivering a special gift. That's what I think of when I see this gal. I guess I went overboard when I saw these little Sun Bonnet gals... which I DID ... but sometimes you just have to get just one more. This gal (Fancy SB Love) is from Bugaboo Digi Stamps here!
I think she looks a bit vintagy (yeah, that's not a real word... is it?). The image panel is glue-dotted to a white dots on dark brown paper. A Hero Arts (zig zag) background stamp keeps the background from being dull.
As you can see, I couldn't just make one of her. I am obviously into purple this year. I had a leftover reverse purple die-cut so I used it here. The corner pieces are actually from the same Spellbinders Edgeabilities that is on the third card (You inspire me). I thought they made great corners too.
I'm using another Hero Arts Notecard as the base for this card. I smudged the ink on the blank sentiment portion of the card, so covered it up with the die-cut. You'd never know. I cut Fancy SB love out and popped her up on this card.
I hope you enjoyed these cards. You can find the sweet image at Bugaboo Digi Stamps here.
Remember Bugaboo Digi Stamps are on sale right NOW!
A kid in the rain. I thought a kid with an umbrella was perfect for our winter weather here, but guess what... we're in a drought. Hardly any storms... This guy reminds me of the rainy season and since he looks a bit wonky, (not right, odd) I decided to make the back ground wonky too. This really looks much better in person. He's a fun guy to color. This is usually a perfect card for this time of year for me, but we're in a drought this year. We've had hardly any rain. This guy is my attempt to do a paper rain-dance.
Here's Deacon in the rain again. You just can't keep this kid in. I used a new die, Spellbindres Edgeabilities Mix & Match Classics, Classic Petal, (3 in a pack). I just love this solid die really well. The note card is a wonderful Hero Arts notes with stamps in a box and just so perfect to make fun and happy cards with.
Deacon Rain is available at Bugaboo Digi Stamps right here!
Bugaboo Digi Stamps - Yes! 50% off during December
I love the Bugaboo sentiment here. See how I used the sentiment on on of my cards on December 18th as a small tag. Now you see it taking center stage. Since the technique of using an embossing folder on only part of a project is so popular now, I decided to try it and LOVE it. Both cards have been embossed with the Cricut Cuttlebug James' Set folder. It give such an elegance to a project. I couldn't resist dabbing a dot of Black Enamel Accents either.
On the embossed image, I lightly sponged Antique Linen Distress Ink. I mounted the sentiment on some wonderful left-over cardstock and it's done. Of course the cookie MUST be colored, but then one can never have too many chocolate chip cookies!
This sentiment can be used for so many different occasions. And so easy to color and shade. Hope you enjoyed these two cards.
I really adore this guy with the cookie. I printed him out three times and colored him up. I haven't made the third guy into a card yet, but I will. I had to cut him out. He's very easy to cut and looks adorable on a card or he could be a tag on a bag of cookies. Perfect, right?
Bugaboo Digi Stamps is having their December 50% off sale RIGHT NOW! I can see using this little guy over and over. I think the sentiment is perfect with this little guy. You can make it large for a focal point or small to use as a tag.
This is really BROWN, not purple paper. But I think this guy is certainly a fun image to color and SO easy to cut. For me that is important. He's available here! I added paper buttons I cut on the Cuttlebug.
I papered the card with a bag from my LSS. She always has wonderful bags so you feel very pampered. I had the remainder of some card stock on which I glue-dotted the cookie kid, lots of cookies, and a great sentiment, all from Bugaboo too. I thought they were perfect to go together.The sentiment is here!
I'm sure you would have lots of great ideas on using this cute kid too.
Die Cut Divas' guest today is the fantastic and FANTABULOUS Barb Engler! Fantabulous is not a real word, but we don't NEED real words. Please visit Die Cut Divas today and say hi to Barb.
Be sure to visit Bugaboo Digi Stamps for those humorous and just plain fun cards and participate in the Die Cut Divas challenge - holidays and celebrations here. By the way, don't knock the house!
This is a happy little house, though somewhat lopsided. It looks like there's a little bit of traffic on the road and a sky full of clouds. This was a kick to put together.
I thought the house would look good inside a negative of the tree. There are Stickles on the windows and around the door jamb as well as sprinkled on the bushes and on the embossed negative. It's a bit outrageous, but it's lots of fun and the photo doesn't show how cute it really is.
Hope you enjoy this little scene too!
Bugaboo house is found here
Lots of Memory Box die-cuts on first card
A strip of removable tape at the bottom on each card
Sentiments by Hero Arts
This little penguin is skating away as happy as can be. My penguin's beak isn't black, but then how many penguins do you see ice skating? I think he's cheery and should bring a laugh or smile from the recipient. I hope you like him. He sure likes you.
I couldn't help but do another penguin. I think they're multiplying. I really like the star behind this little guy. After all, he is the star! The diamond gems worked out well on this card too. I rarely have a use for them (they're really square).
I had to CASE Hannah's card on the Die Cut Divas December 1st post. I just loved that little penguin as I think the gray brings out his personality. He's also very glittery.
I hope you can see the glistening of the Perfect Pearls I sprayed on this little guy.
Thank you to Bugaboo Digi Stamps for sponsoring Die Cut Divas' challenge blog.
A charming gal skates over the ice in a vintage style! My kind of gal! Don't you just love her? That's why I love Bugaboo digital stamps - they have something for just about everyone. I set her with a vintage type of background paper.
You can try to catch this gal at Bugaboo Digi Stamps here!
There is another skating vintage gal turned to the left here!
I couldn't help myself and had to color another gal for Christmas.
She looks so cute dressed up for Christmas. You can find this gal here!