Sunday, April 18, 2010

These are all Teres originals, so I guess I am creative afterall??? I LOVE the blue butterfly card.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Blended Brights

Latest Card. Reverse embossing method using Versamark ink, clear embossing powder, cotton balls, red and orange ink pads, flower punch, a brad and some twine.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Spring Colors

My new favorite is the pastel floral design. It was done with Versamark Ink (clear ink) and various colors of ink applied with cotton balls after the Versamark dried. It looks like store-bought paper!
As you can see, I love my new butterfly stamp. Since it's such a bold stamp, it has a lot of versatility.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010


My husband says the blue/brown card is the most masculine/feminine card he's ever seen. Between the "Bolts", as he calls them (also known as Brads), and the glitter butterfly, it's an oxymoron. I have to agree!! LOL!!

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Inkpad Swirl and Flower Panel Cards

These three cards are 'Teres' originals.

For the first two: I layed an ink pad down flat on a piece of white cardstock and twisted it, picked it up and moved it to another location and swirled it again. I dried the first color with a heat tool, selected another color and repeated the swirl technique.

The Floral Card was made using two flower outline stamps, clear embossing powder (over the orange ink) and a water marker dipped into an ink pad to fill in the green leaves and yellow in the flowers.

Friday, April 2, 2010

More Good Friday

The last card in this series was made using lemon juice and a heat gun.

A Truly Good Friday!

...for making cards. I had a creative streak.