Saturday, September 19, 2020

Twofer Challenge #31.

Hello everyone: As always, my prayers and sincere hope that you and your families are doing well in these very difficult times we are living. I'm also praying for some very much needed CHANGE hopefully, very soon.

God Bless us all.


It's no secret that The Twofer Card Challenge is one of my favorites. I've been participating since the very first one, I think Darnell had the best idea for a challenge ever!! Besides working your noodle to its maximum potential, you end up with two cards, very cleverly created with the fun thems the fabulous ladies from the DT come up with every month.

Here are my cards together.

This is the first one.

The pine trees are from a very old SU set called "Lovely as a Tree", (2002) the cute little camper is from a Flourishes set called "S'more Fun" (2013), the birds are from another SU set called "Up, Up and Away" (2011-2012)
The camper was stamped on Canson Mix Media paper, colored with Prismacolor pencils and fussy cut.
This is the inside.

The sentiment and banner are from the Flourishes set.

Here's my Twofer.

I used the pine tree from "Lovely as a Tree" to create a Christmas swag, I die cut a couple of pine cones, the bow and the golden branches from the SU set called "Pretty Pines" (retired)
The sentiment is from another SU set called "Christmas Lodge" (2011-2012).
This is the inside.

The sentiment is from a set called "Nesties Ornaments" by Sparkle N Sprinkle".

I want to play with the following challenges.

Thank you for visiting me today.
Stay healthy, safe and please wear your masks.

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

A Little Reminder.

Hello everyone: As always, it's my wish and my prayer that all of you are doing well, these are very difficult times and I truly hope that brighter days are on the horizon, for all aspects of our lives.

Keep taking care of yourself and each other and please, don't forget to wear your masks.


THE FLOWER CHALLENGE has arrived at its halfway point so my teammates and I have a quick reminder and some fabulous inspiration on our challenge blog so, I hope you guys hop over there and then, join us in our gallery.


We have Bugaboo Stamps as our fabulous sponsor this month and they have offered a $12.00 gift code for our winner, they have beautiful and whimsical images in their store so go and check them out.  The image on my card is one of many amazing floral choices.
This floral vase is printed on Canson Mixed Media paper and colored with Prismacolor pencils for the flowers and leaves and bronze watercolors for the vase and splatters.
This is the INSID

I left it without a sentiment because this card can be for any occasion so I will stamp a sentiment as needed.
The little flowers are from a retired SU set called "Beautiful Bouquet", the butterfly is from another retired SU set called "Kindness Matters"

So I hope you come and join my teammates and me in our gallery.
Please don't forget to read our rules, it would be sad if you can't be our winner for not following them. 

Thank you for visiting.
Please stay healthy, safe and wear your masks.


Monday, September 14, 2020

More Masked Little Mice.

 Hello everyone: My prayers go for all of you who are being affected by the terrible fires on the West Coast, I pray for my friends who live in California and Oregon, I'm so sorry for the devastating loss all of you are suffering right now.


I have another card done with THIS STAMP SET from House Mouse.


I think this is one of the best ways to encourage everyone to wear a mask, I mean, these little siblings are doing it, we should too.

The image is stamped on Canson Mixed Media paper with Stazon ink and colored with Prismacolor pencils. The balloons are from Purple Onion.


Here's the inside.

The sentiment is from the HM set, the little mice footprints from Penny Black  HOMEMADE.

I'm playing along with the following challenges.

"Less is More"

House Mouse Designs

"Anything Goes", option Christmas.

All Sorts Challenge Week #589 

"Incorporate things you love"

I LOVE House Mouse Mice.

Allsorts challenge blog

Thank you for visiting me today.

Please, stay healthy, safe and, like Monica, wear your masks.

Till next time.