Thursday, October 29, 2009
But before we jump into November '09, don't forget about the fabulous October '09 issue, sponsored by DRS Designs!! You still have time to enter the Show Us Your SheetLoad challenge for chances to win gift certificates from the sponsor!!
Here are a few of the sneak peeks I have in the issue...
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Head on over to the SheetLoad blog today and find out how to win the adorable image above.
This digital stamp set is called 'Hope Fights' and was created by Melyssa of Whimsie Doodles, in honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
SheetLoad will be giving out four (4) free sets and you have until Monday at Midnight to get your name in the drawing.
PS: You can see more of Melyssa's creations at her Whimsie Doodles site.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
I used them in a much different way than they were intended.
And came up with this little cutie patootie! I layered her a bit to add dimension...used a gold gel pen and a white gel pen, my very few copics, and some metallic gold paper. I was quite pleased with how it turned out!As you can see, I randomly placed the stickers around the edge of the card base. It was only a tiny bit tedious, but really it didn't take all that long and the look is awesome. So if you have any stickers lying around, this is an idea! I'd love to hear what you think!
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Each month one of our artists will share three different cards that use the current layout. Each card is a "step up" from the previous one, but they are all fabulous. It is a good way to show how SheetLoad is geared toward papercrafters of all levels.
Here are some sneak peeks to whet your appetite...
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Head on over there today to find out more about the company, learn how you can enter to win DRS Designs Gift Certificates and find out about their special offer for SheetLoad readers.
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Yep...a day late, but I did make it in time! I was SO inspired by THIS card!!! I had to try my hand at it. I absolutely love how it turned out and plan to make more! I adjusted my fold lines a bit and made those fantastic oval dimensional pumpkins. I think I could make those all day. And, yes, I do have inky orange fingers from sponging the edges. I hand cut the cornstalks. I think a cornstalk die is in order!