I have a couple of quick posts for you this week. The Wonderkid is on spring break and we are headed to ...
No, it isn't Disney, or even Florida, or even the beach. The Wonderkid and I are going to beautiful
And, Ohio, dion't get me started. If it wasn't the homeland I certainly wouldn't spend a serious amount of time in Columbus. However, when Granny is 93 and still kick around with most of her marbles, you go where she is and don't complain. It warms my heart for the Wonderkid to spend time with his Great-Grandmother and you want to see someone that thinks he is a WONDERKID!!! Watch out world, Granny will be telling you about her genius Great Grandson.
All of this is the long way of telling you I had to hurry to get my crafting in before we start the long trek north. Did I mention I had to take my winter coat out of storage? I put it away thinking I was done with winter, I forgot about this little excursion.
A couple of things about this card. Number One, the image is from Bugaboo Stamps. Isn't he a cutey? Now, do you think people will get hung up on the fact that he is an Easter turtle? Who ever said an Easter bunny makes any sense, anyway? And for my friends North of the Boarder (meaning Canada not Tennessee) she has this little guy with a Canadian flag and Maple leaf on his shell.
Number two, what do you think of those buttons?
These are the ones I'm talking about. Aren't they cute? So, I've been eyeing a little gizmo from Epiphany Crafts. It will allow you to make a button with any cardstock backing you choose. I think I'll do a product review after I've played with it a bit more but so far, I'm having fun. Here is a link to find them. My Archivers was selling them when I went in this week. They were also demoing them. I had looked all over for a place to buy them and was still doing a price comparison when they were staring me in the face and I had my 40% off coupon. How could I pass them up.
Finally, I cracked my stash of Creative Charms open, again. The butterfly is one of the many ones I keep buying and then saving because they are just so cute.
Well, I just went to check on the link for this little gem and didn't notice they changed the day their challenge is due. It normally goes through Saturday morning but this week it was only until Friday. Oh well, thems the breaks. You still get to see a fun green card. (The challenge was monocromatic and three buttons).
I'm curious, how do you start your creations? Do you begin with a sketch, challenge, picture, paper, color or do you have a final goal and work from there?