Thursday, June 19, 2008


Yahoo Yahoo...I have been published again. This time I got two of my entries published...the one i liked the most and the one I liked the least...just goes to show, mail them all in.

Okay the lower image on the left most page of the picture above is mine, Open Your Eyes. I am an unknown artist again...sigh...don't know how that happened since this is a card and I always mark my cards with my stamp and use a sticker with e-mail address...They got the directions pretty close to correct but here they are with all the info. Oh, this one was my favorite that I sent in.

Trace Pocket template from the Dec/Jan 2008 Issue of Stampers’ Sampler onto heavy cardstock. Stamp Harlequin Background (The Queen’s Dresser Drawers) using white ink onto Pocket and a sheet of matching cardstock. Distress edges of both with white ink and set aside. On the same color cardstock stamp Eyes (Paper Artsy) with black ink, color with colored pencils and cut out, trimming closely. Attach one eye to the Pocket then mount the pocket to the prepared cardstock. Line up other eye accordingly and attach directly to cardstock. Stamp Swirls (Autumn Leaves) with black ink and embellish with glitter. On white cardstock stamp Lily (Penny Black), color with colored pencils, highlight with sparkling H2O’s and cut out. Affix one to upper corner of cardstock and place another inside the pocket. Mount finished image on dark grey cardstock. Finished image measures 4 ½ x 6 1/4

On the right hand side of the above image the pocket on the upper right is mine, Window or Key to my Heart. This is my least favorite. The instructions in the magazine leave off that all stamps are by Stampington & co.

Hope you enjoy!



Annapurna said...

Woo hoo! Congratulations again! I loved it then, love it now.

Beautiful castles too. Every one of them beats the other. There is no way I can be amongst that kind of talent. Not yet anyway.

Vix Kennedy said...

Woo Hoo well done you! Brilliant work :D

Elisabeth said...

Congrats!!! That is an awesome card!