Monday, November 23, 2009

SheetLoad card #4

This is another SheetLoad card I made for November. Isn't it just beautiful?!?! That gorgeous "stamp" of the wise men is actually a font called SL Christmas Silhouettes. I will be using it a LOT! So the entire image and sentiment are computer generated. I got that gorgeous charm from Stampin' Cat...a local store that I adore. I bought all she had last time I was in, but it's probably restocked now Ü The SheetLoad November issue is great...if you haven't tried the long cards yet, now is your chance! Super easy and fantastic!

Friday, November 20, 2009

Simple, Special, Stunning...

It is time for the November edition of Simple Special Stunning at the SheetLoad of Cards blog, featuring samples by Ann Seleshanko.

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...

Go check it out...way cute card!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

SheetLoad card #3

This is one of my favorite sayings ever! Just cracks me up. I made this little chocolate kiss out of sculpey and use old gum wrappers for my foil. The sentiment is computer generated...though I'd buy a stamp with this on it in a hearbeat! This is from the SheetLoad November sketch. If you're looking for long or tall cards, this is a super easy sketch and it looks great!

Friday, November 13, 2009

Another SheetLoad card I made...

This one is very, very plain...but I think I like it. If I do send it out, I will add some embellishments. But you can see that the sketch is a really great one...easy and looks great! Go check out that SheetLoad blog and get busy making cards!

Sunday, November 8, 2009

SheetLoad card #1

This is one of my card creations for the SheetLoad of Cards for November. I think I resized it too much...sorry. I really enjoyed this sketch...the size is really great. And check out all the free quotes you can download! Fantastic!

I want to win this...

I want to try this!! Do you? This is being given away over on ABC Design Blog. Hop on over there and check it out!

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Show off your SheetLoad creation!!!

Head on over to the SheetLoad of Cards blog to find out how you can enter to win the clear stamp set, shown below, in the November '09 Show Us Your SheetLoad contest!

Studio G - Series 37 - Bohemian - Clear Stamp Sets

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Shout out to SheetLoad!! And win!!!

Would you like to win some FREE stamps?!?! Of course you would. That is why this month at SheetLoad of Cards they are offering up the prize detailed below to one lucky winner in their Shout Out to SheetLoad challenge!!

In return for helping them get the word out about the November '09 issue, you will be entered to win the following...
Your Choice of Two (2) of the Clear Stamp Sets Shown Below!!!

Head on over to the SheetLoad Blog today for more details!!

Monday, November 2, 2009

The seasons...

This is my take on a year of cards...spring, summer, fall, and winter. I love how they turned out and hope the receiver does as well Ü

Sunday, November 1, 2009

It's time to go grab the November SheetLoad!!!

Once again it is time for another fabulous issue of SheetLoad of Cards - November '09!!!

This issue features an elongated sketch, sized to fit in a business envelope, by Barbara DeBose.

FREE for SheetLoad readers...

Included for our readers this month is a FREE Printable Quotes file!! The team shared some of their favorite quotes, sayings, sentiments, scriptures, etc. and they have been put together into a printable PDF file. Sized just right to fit the November sketch! You won't be disappointed in these!!

Make sure to check back later this month for links to the monthly challenges, an episode of Meet the Artists, Simple Special Stunning and much more!!!

Another Halloween......

Here are the two youngest from yesterday. It required a little thought for people to guess who they were supposed to be. Of course, my eldest knew right away and even knew the name of the famous painting. I knew she would! It was hysterical trying to get the "dismal faces". Here's one that more appropriately captured these two...