Wednesday, September 8, 2010


Erin used Core Dinations cardstock for this birthday layout. She used a file and a Cuttlebug embossing folder to achieve the background texture, and passed the red cardstock through a paper crimper before trimming and sanding it. The digital image is Choo-Choo Charlie from this month's sponsor Robyn's Fetish. Erin printed an extra image and trimmed it to add more train cars.

Pia  used 3 different core´dinations cardstocks and a patterned paper from "Periphery" Basic Grey. She tore the edges of them. This way she recieved a dramatic background for her layout.

Amy used some white core cardstock that she had in her stash to make this fishing themed birthday card. She tore the green cardstock to make it look like grass and to show the white inside. She used some yellow cardstock, with white core, for the sun and sanded the edges to show the white. She also used this super cute "Dad's Fishing Hole" digital stamp from Robin's Fetish Digital Stamps.

Penny colored Fireman Jim,  a digi-stamp from our sponsor, Robyn's Fetish Digi-stamps, using her Copic markers and Martha Stewart colored pencils.  She cut out the image and mounted it on blue card-stock with a white core which she had embossed it with the Divine Swirls Cuttlebug embossing folder and lightly sanded it to release the core color. The dalmation and dog house are cut from the Cricut Create a Critter cartridge.