Friday, April 2, 2010

Color Challenge and some catch up.

This week at Frosted Designs we are having a Color Challenge!  Head over and see all the great DT work and share a project of your own.  Our colors this week are to use hot pink, lime green and black on a project.  I personally love this color combo.  It is so bright and fun and can really be so sassy!  This week I decided to alter a journal.  My husband and I found this beautiful handmade journal at Barnes & Noble on clearance after the holidays.  The cover is such a beautiful lime green print that I knew I had to use it for this challenge.  I added some random Basic Grey scraps that I had and I used a stamp from Bombshell Stamps.  The letters are Thickers with Black Diamond Stickles on them.  I love how it turned out and can't wait to get writing in it.
 Now for the catching up.  I have been pretty busy lately working on my clients' album so I have done a lot, but not posted much.  Here is one of the many layouts I have done.  Last week at Frosted Designs our challenge was to use a transparency on our project.  The glittery reeds on this LO are transparencies.  I used Cosmo Cricket Paper, random buttons I had, Tuscan Sun Glimmer Mist, and lots of distress inks on this layout.  

Finally March is also FULL to the brim with Birthdays in both my and my husband's sides of the family.  I was a busy girl making tons of cards.  Below are some of my favorite cards from the 10 or so that I made. 
Can you tell I am just loving these Bombshell stamps I got!  They are so fun and they satisfy my love of pin uppy stuff.  Here is another one with Bombshell Stamps.
And finally this last card (along with the top one were made using items in the March Little Red Scrapbook Kit.  The kit was so perfect for all the cards I needed to make this past month.

Anyway I hope everyone has a wonderful Holiday weekend.  We will be busy celebrating both Passover (for me) and Easter (for my husband) this weekend. 

Pesach Sameach and Happy Easter Everyone!

1 comment:

  1. Great Bombshell cards, Cassie!! Beautifully done!