Monday, November 30, 2015

Girly Girl My Bestie Card for Meet at the Scrappers Corner Challenge

I'm back again today with cards for the new challenge at My Besties Meet at the Scrappers Corner. This month there is an awesome prize for one of our lucky winners...I'll post a picture below. 


The first card is made using IMG718.


I colored her with Copic markers.
Skin E0000, E000, E00, and E21 Cheeks R00 and R20
Blues: BG000, BG01 and BG05
Purples: V01, V04, and V17
Greens: YG05, YG07, YG11, and YG17


The lace is from Gone Artsy and the dragonfly and butterfly are from Renea Bouquets.

The second card is made using Colored Printable 22. I think she is adorable! 


I love being able to use these pre colored printable sheets. 

/ey are especially great for last minute cards.

Thank you for stopping by today. 
I hope to see your entries in the My Besties Meet at the Scrappers Corner
Here's the AWESOME prize being offered...


Have an awesome day! 



Fashionista Bestie and New Challenge at World Wide Open

Hello! I'm here with an inspiration card for the new World Wide Open Design Team Challenge.


The image I chose to use is a newer fashionista...IMG 813
I colored her with Copic markers. 


The red flowers were hand made by me using my favorite Cutting Cafe file...Paper Flowers
Regina, the owner of The Cutting Cafe, has a video to show you how to put the flowers together. 

Copic Marker Colors
Skin E0000, E000, E00, E11, E21, R20, R00

Lips E04, E59, E89

Hair E21, E25, E29

Dress B000, B00, B02, B04, B06

Eyes and Makeup B000, B00, B02, B04

Be sure to stop by and enter your design team projects in the World Wide Open Design Team Challenge.

Thanks you for stopping by! Have a great day. 

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Faery Ink Guest DT Application

Hello crafty friends! About a month ago I stumbled across an image from Faery Ink. I have fallen head over heals with these gorgeous images! Today I am applying for their Guest Design team with a card that I made using Holiday Tree Destiny.


Isn't she just GORGEOUS!?! I find her eyes memorizing.  


I have colored her with Copic markers. 


The following card is one I previously made using Destiny Snow Faery. You can find the post with this card HERE


Application questions

1) How did you find Faery Ink?
I found Faery Ink images in the Facebook group Kit and Clowder. 

2) What are your top 3 Faery Ink images? Why?
My 3 favorite images are Coco Marshmallow Fae (this may sound silly, but I love the cup in this image. It reminds me of a coffee cup my Dad always drank from before he passed away), Holiday Tree Destiny (I love her long flowing hair and her eyes),  and Destiny Snow Faery (again, I love her eyes and those adorable little polar bears).

3) How many projects have you made from Faery Ink images
I have made two projects with Faery Ink images. 

4) What kind of projects do you like to make with Faery Ink images?
I like to make cards with my Faery Ink images. 

5) How many design teams are you currently on?
I am currently on 7 design teams. 

6) How many projects do you need to complete each month in order to satisfy your obligations to your other design teams?
 I get to do 14 assignments a month to satisfy my dt obligations. I know that sounds like a lot, but I always have my assignments done early or on time =)

7) Would you be open to a long term spot on the team?
Not at this time.

8) Is there a month between December 2015 and November 2016 that you will be unavailable to be a guest designer?
Nope, I am completely open =) 

9) Are you familiar with WordPress blogging platform?
I am not familiar with this, but I learn quickly. 

10) How often do you post on Facebook?
I post several times a week on Facebook (in different groups)

11) Do you participate in groups on Facebook?
Yes, lots of them. 

12) What other social media platforms are you active on?
I am on Pinterest, and Instagram

13) Are you anything you want to add?  
Thank you very much for the opportunity to apply for Faery Ink guest designer. These images are beautiful.  I enjoy working with them. 


Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Bestie Snow Day Ever

Hi everyone! Today I am up on the Scrapbook Stamp Society Blog using the adorable


Let me tell you, this image goes perfectly with the weather we are having here in Alaska. 
It is SUPER cold and we are getting lots of snow. 


 I colored up this little cutie with Copic markers. 
Speaking of coloring...Did you know that coloring is actually a great stress reliever for adults? 
I always jokingly tell my husband that coloring is my therapy. It wasn't until just recently that I read that it is actually helpful and used to help cancer patients and more. 
You can read a little more about that HERE and HERE.


So, not only is Sherri Ann Baldy providing us with toadally cute images, she is helping us relax and reduce our stress. THANK YOU SHERRI!!! 

Snowflakes are Cricut images that were cut out with my Cricut Explore.


This gorgeous blue butterfly is from Renea's Bouquets. The flowers are from Gimpz of Memories


Don't wait! Go shopping at the My Bestie Shop and start coloring. It's good for your health! 

Hugs,
         Tina 

Copic colors used
Skin: E0000, E000, E00, E21, E11
Cheeks: R20
Hair: E59, E29, E27, E25, E21
Eyes: E29, E27, E25, 
Lips E04, R59, R89
Blue: BG000, BG01, B02, B04, B06
Grey: C0, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C7 

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Christmas Cards With My Bestie SVGs

Hi everyone! I have a couple of cards to share with you using SVGs from the My Besties Shop.


I used the Gingerbread Man SVG on both cards.


I used mulberry paper to make the stockings fuzzy. 
I also used the Layered Scallop Border on the stocking card.




Both card were quick and easy to make. 

Thanks for stopping by to take a look. Hope you have a fabulous day! 






Thursday, November 19, 2015

Gratitude With The Cutting Cafe

Hello crafty friends! 
This week at The Cutting Cafe we are using the With Gratitude Printable Stamp Set.
This stamp set is perfect for this time of year and much more. 

This assignment was perfect for me. I already had some images colored that were just waiting to be put on cards. The sentiments in the With Gratitude Printable Stamp Set finished off the cards perfectly. 


This image is a freebie from Ady Almanza. You can find this image and more freebies in her Facebook Group


This is Destiny Snow Faery from Faery Ink.



Gorjuss Girl stamp


Gorjuss Girl stamp



It makes choosing the sentiments for my cards super easy. 

Did you know that The Cutting Cafe now has a Facebook page? It's called The Cutting Cafe - Be Inspired . Please join in the fun and share your Cutting Cafe creations with us! 

Be sure to stop by The Cutting Cafe on the 21st to see all the lovely inspiration projects from the Design Team. If you leave a comment on the inspirational post you will be entered in a chance to win 3 free Cutting Cafe files of your choice. 

Thank you for visiting Toadally Love To Craft today. Have an amazing day! 

Monday, November 16, 2015

Ady's Mary Doll

Hi everyone! I hope you are all staying warm wherever you are. It's cold here in Alaska this morning...-5 degrees. I am happy to be inside crafting on cold mornings like this. 

Today's card is made using one of Ady Almanza's gorgeous dolls. 
Her name is Mary Doll. You can find her and more of Ady's dolls in Ady's Etsy Shop

This image comes with a pre colored image and one that you can color yourself.



Feel free to share your projects using Ady's dolls in Facebook group. If you don't have any, Ady has given the group a couple freebies to get you started. 

Thank you for stopping by today. See you again soon! 

Saturday, November 14, 2015

My Besites Frog Fairy Card

Hello! Today I have the honor of being a Guest Designer for the
 My Besties Germany Challenge Blog.


I used Frog Fairy (IMG826) which I purchased at the My Besties Shop
She is a newer image that I fell in love with instantly.  I mean, who wouldn't love a Frog Fairy!?!


I used the Water Lilly Template from Sandra's Scrapshop. By welding two of the bottom pieces together in Cricut Design Space I was able to turn the lily pad into a card. 


I used Goosebumps texture spray on the lily pad to make it look shiny and wet. It's a little hard to tell by the picture, but it looks pretty cool in person. The edge of the lily pad are inked with Tim Holts gathered twigs Distress Ink.


The Water Lilly Template comes with the beautiful flower. I was use some pink scrap paper to cut the flower out and then inked the edges with Tim Holz spun sugar and gathered twigs Distress Ink. Each layer of the flower is attached with foam tape to give the flower a little more depth. 

That gorgeous little dragonfly is an embellishment from Renea's Bouquets. I love Renea's store! So many pretty embellishments. 


I used the easel card technique to make the Frog Fairy  stand up. 

 She lays down nicely for mailing.

Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you will check out the My Besties Germany Challenge Blog and enter your fabulous My Bestie projects. 

Challenges Entered



Lady Bug Card For SVG Saturday

Hi there! I have a cute, simple card to share with you today. 
This is perfect for one of those last minute, I need a card moments. 

I used the 7 layer scallop ad the Postage Stamp SVG from the My Bestie Shop

Cute, right?! I love it! 

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you have an awesome weekend. 




Monday, November 9, 2015

Steampunk Snowman Layout

Hello! I finally finished the 4th page of my husbands scrapbook. 
I'm a bad wife! I was supposed to have the entire book done Oct. 1st. 
Thankfully my husband is a very patient man =)

I used the My Bestie Steampunk Snowman image. He is colored with Copic markers. 

The gears were out with my Cricut and then distressed with Tim Holtz rusty hinge, wild honey ad gathered twigs distress inks. I used a spellbinders embossing folder for the background and distressed using the same colors of distress inks. 

I am going to get this scrapbook finished...SOMEDAY!

Thank you for stopping by. Have a craftasic day! 

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Glitter My Bestie Bulbs For SVG Saturday

It's SVG Saturday on the My Besties Facebook page. 
This week I made glitter bulbs with my 4 year old. 


I found some Glitter-it a few months back at Walmart, on clearance. 
I followed the instructions on the back of the Glitter-It to make these bulbs. 
It is super easy. Wash the bulb with a water/vinegar mix, dry, add Glitter-It and coat the inside, let it drip for about 10 seconds, then add glitter and shake it up.


Echo (my 4 year old) picked the colors of glitter and held the bulb while I poured in the glitter. 



I was so excited to see that it had snowed the night I got these done.
 It made for some really pretty pictures. 


Here's a list of the SVGs I used...

Thank you for stopping by. 
I hope you've been inspired to have some crafting fun with your little ones. 

Monday, November 2, 2015

Getting Ready For Christmas With The Cutting Cafe

This week at The Cutting Cafe the Design Team got to choose any file we wanted. 
I love these kind of weeks. The team always comes up with some amazing projects.

I decided to start getting ready for Christmas with my projects. 
FYI...Christmas is sneaking up on us! Only 7 weeks, which is 52 and 1/2 days.  HERE is an official Christmas Countdown Clock just in case you can't keep your day's straight like me.

Ok, on to my projects. I made a gift bag using the Gift Bag - Large file. 
This bag is crazy easy to put together. The best part about this file is that you can use it for ANY occasion. Birthdays, Valentine's Day, Just Because, Baby Showers, House Warmings...you get the idea. 


The gorgeous papers I used are designed by Shellie Geigle. You can find them and the 2 other fabulous paper packs that she designed at J&S Hobbies and Crafts
These papers are AWESOME quality. 





I couldn't find a snowflake border that I liked in Cricut Design Space so I made my own using different snowflake images. I inked the edges with Tim Holtz gathered twigs Distress Ink and then embellished the snow fakes with flat back pearls from Glitz N Glam Girly Boutique.


I used seam binding from Gone Artsy to make the bow. 


The holly is a die from Tim Holtz/Sizzix. The set is called Holiday Greens.
I embellished the holly with tiny red puff balls.

Because I LOVE Christmas, Regina's files and these papers from J&S Hobbies and Crafts so much I had to do a second project. For this one I used the 3D Christmas Ornament Set






This is another super easy project. I love how they turned out. The file also comes with a box for your ornaments. Since I will be keeping these myself, I did not make the box. I will store them with the rest of my Christmas decor.

Thank you for stopping by today. Be sure to check out the Design Team inspiration post on The Cutting Cafe blog on the 7th. If you leave a comment on the post you will be entered to win 3 free Cutting Cafe files of your choice.

Have a great week!