summer card camp giveaway winner

Hi there! Goodness, this week is flying by...it's already time to announce the winner of the spot in Summer Card Camp 2011!

From all the comments, my daughter picked the number 55...

....which means the winner is Lee Anne! Congratulations, Lee Anne! I've emailed you.

Thanks to everyone who entered the giveaway! Class starts on Monday, but registration is open through June 29. I'm so looking forward to "going off to camp" with Jennifer and Kristina, and I'd love to meet you there!


giveaway! summer card camp 2011

***This giveaway is now closed. Winner announced here. Thanks!***

Jennifer McGuire and Kristina Werner have put together a new online workshop, Summer Card Camp 2011, and as a guest designer, I get to do a giveaway for a spot in the class today. Yay! So honored to be a part of this...

Get ready for a summer full of colorful cardmaking fun with Summer Card Camp 2011. Jennifer McGuire and Kristina Werner have teamed up to bring you a 4-week workshop loaded with fresh color combos, cutting edge techniques, and versatile sketches that will leave you feeling inspired to create! Summer Card Camp is your all-access pass to 48 new card ideas, daily PDFs, twice weekly videos, guest designers (including me!), huge prizes and access to a private blog where you can share your own creations. For more information and to register, visit http://onlinecardclasses.com/summercardcamp2011/classinfo.html.

Can't wait...it's going to be so much fun!

To enter for your chance to win a spot in Summer Card Camp 2011, simply leave a comment here by Wednesday, June 22nd at midnight CST. The winner will be randomly chosen and posted on the 23rd. If you are picked as a winner and have already signed up, you will be given a refund.

Good luck! Hope to see you at camp! :)


father's day card

Hi! Just popping in to let you know I've got a Father's Day card over at Hero Arts today...here's a peek!

Lots of goodness from the BasicGrey/Hero Arts Oxford collection and lots of mixed patterns. That Formula Fun stamp (second circle) is so much fun!

Full details HERE on the Hero blog.

Hope your week is off to a great start! 


i really do.

Believe it or not, my blog title is not a complete lie. :) I do make cards from time to time. It's just that they rarely make it to the photography stage, unless they're for work. Need to get better at that...I'll try!

Annnyway...here's a card I made a while back for a friend.

Love using the Hero Arts Designer Papers as card bases -- nice and thick and white on the other side. The card is pretty straightforward, so I'll just cut right to the supply info...

Stamps: Hero Arts (Sweet Threads Thank You, Old Letter Writing)
Paper: Hero Arts Floral Designer Paper, green strip is from an older BasicGrey collection (Urban Prairie, maybe?) and tan grid strip is BasicGrey Basic Manila
Embellishments: Hero Arts White Adhesive Lace

Thanks for stopping by today!