not me, but my groovy creative friend, Heidi, has been working REALLY hard to land herself a spot on the Torendi design team. her stuff is amazing, and i think she's outdone herself with this card:
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, i implore you! go on over to Heidi's blog for the rundown, or take my word for it and run on over to Torendi's blog to cast your vote, American Idol style! i think she's a SHOE-IN with this balloon card... the glitter (every stripe lovingly sprinkled and done by hand!), the little woven basket, the airplane... is it not STUNNING?!
i'd love to see her win this final round, and the top two vote-winners will earn their spots on the design team! please help!
that is very sweet of you :)ReplyDelete
Yes, this is very kind of you...but that is just the type of friend you are! :) Her card is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing Heidi's card! (How've you been?)ReplyDelete
OMG Leah!!! I am so touched!!! You are just about the sweetest person ever and such a good friend!!!!! XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO!!!!! I'm doing the double hand fan of the eyes!!ReplyDelete
(b/c #1: it's a BRILLIANT flippin' card annnnnnnd also #2: what a lovely friend you are!!!) ♥♥♥
your enthusiasm and support is just amazing. I have just cast my vote for Heidi's card which is just beautiful, fingers crossed. Leah, I want to post you your little gift, can you please email me your postal add. Love your latest creations and hope you had a nice time on your cardmaking vacationReplyDelete
I agree Hedi's card is amazing Love all the sparkle of the ballons!! fab!!ReplyDelete
when you say who the winner of yourReplyDelete
sorry for my english
complimenti per i tuoi lavori
Yes ,yes i got the blog candy. And I love it.....Thank You sooooo much.ReplyDelete
It is indeed a brilliant card! :o)ReplyDelete
OK.. white ink is by Elzybells, and it's the best I've found for cardstock.. completely opaque.. no need for embossing.. Great! She has two kinds.. one pigment ink for CS (called Sugar Candy) and one they call hybrid ink for acetate, vellum, etc (needs heat-setting, ideally).. called 'Whipped Cream'. Link to the Sugar candy one is http://www.elzybells.co.uk/
Oh, and SOH? That's sense of humour! lol ;o)
Hi, again.. Yep, the Merry Christmas was just stamped in the Sugar Candy ink (which is VERY juicy and squodgy and brilliant on kraft and darker casdstocks, and the Whipped Cream was used for the snowflakes on the acetate (heat set).ReplyDelete
I can't take credit for the white on kraft idea.. that's Elizabeth's herself at Elzybells. You can get to her blog for more ideas from the navigation bar at the top of her website.
Hope you manage to get some!
By the way, if you do buy some, don't think what I thought when it arrives.. I thought it was brown ink she'd sent me, but that's just the colour of the lid!! lolReplyDelete
Leah, once again I want to thank you for being such an awesome friend!! Thank you and your readers for the support!! It was brought to Torendi's attention that there were indeed ways to vote multiple times so they took the poll down and will be choosing another way (they haven't figured out how yet). So much love to you!!! XOXOXOXO!!! - HeidiReplyDelete
Bummer, they took the poll down. You're right, Heidi's card is indeed beautiful - her work is perfect and if it were up to me, she'd be on that design team - I hope they open it up again. You're so sweet, Leah - a warm heart you have!ReplyDelete