Monday, February 1, 2010

Snow Day!

Our weekend snowstorm has left us with icy roads this Monday morning which means there's no school for Christopher today. I think a snowman is on the agenda! And some crafting! I don't ever get tired of playing with paper! Sometimes I may not feel inspired to start a particular project, but then all I have to do is hop around my favorite blogs and browse the gallery at Two Peas in a Bucket and that gets me going!

You know what else gets me in a crafty mood? A good card sketch like those at 2 Sketches 4 You! And wouldn't you know it, today there's a new sketch from Kazan! And another chance to win a great prize package from our sponsor KLM Digital Designs.  Here's Kazan's fabulous sketch! It was so fun to make a round card this time!


This is my interpretation of the sketch. I colored in my image with Copic markers. I just got them a few weeks ago and I'm still learning, but I'm pretty happy with my coloring on this one.  To make the card base I used a die cut from Silhouette. The pink ribbon-like tag was also made with the Silhouette.


This card is going to be donated to a very special cause I discovered while blog hopping. Over at Jennifer McGuire, Ink I found out about 'Cards for Kids' a call to send cards to some very sick children. I hope you can hop over and read some stories about these brave kids and send a few cards their way.

One last project I'd like to share before I go throw a few snowballs is this scrapbook page of my son watching a steam train.


Each summer we take a drive to New Hope Valley Railway to hop aboard a real steam train. For my train enthusiast, this is the one of the highlights of summer! If you are ever in the Raleigh, North Carolina area, I recommend a visit. They have a small train museum and a model train display as well. Oh, and the fresh squeezed lemonade is out of this world!

Supplies

Get Well Soon
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Die Cut Machine:  Silhouette
Digital Stamp:
Rub-On:  American Crafts
Paper Punch:  Ek Success for Stampin' Up
Ribbon:  Creative Expressions & May Arts - Buy
Markers:  Copic

Steam Train
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Basic Grey
Foam Alphas:  American Crafts
Foam Accents:  American Crafts
Rub-On Alphas:  Doodlebug Designs
Journaling Spot:  'Write it Down Labels' digital kit by Shimelle Laine of Two Peas in a Bucket
Circle Paper Punch:  Ek Success
Die Cut Machine:  Silhouette

Well this concludes today's post. If you are reading this, thank you for joining me! I really appreciate it. And if you leave a message I'll come visit your blog, okay? Have a good one! :) Kathy

9 comments:

sarahmartina said...

This is the cutest bear EVER! Love your coloring...way to go, girl! And you are really making me want a Silhouette! :o) *Hugs!!!*

Casey Wright said...

I love this card sketch and the LO is great - such great design!

Pretty-In-Ink said...

Your colouring looks fab! It's a really cute card going to a great cause. Your LO is great too!

Cheryl Nelson said...

Hope you had fun throwing those snowballs! I love this sweet card!! Your coloring is fab! One of these days I'm gonna get me some Copics!

Sheryl K said...

I love that card it is so cute!! You have some beautiful items on your blog. Sheryl K

Janelle said...

Cute card and scrapbook page. I just got a Cricut, didn't even investigate the Silhouette. Now I'm wondering... No! I absolutely cannot get another expensive tool -- no matter how many cool things I've seen done with it! I am enjoying the Cricut, but love what I'm seeing from your Silhouette, too. Are you in the Raleigh area? I'm in Charlotte, but we got mostly ice -- not much snow. Only one day off of school. Enjoyed browsing your blog!

Aussieleigh said...

Looks like a very productive snow day! Love your take on the sketch and you have inspired me to make a few cards for 'Cards for Kids'!

Katie said...

What a sweet get well card. Very nice work!

Shemaine Smith said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving me a sweet comment. Love your work!

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