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Hello there! Welcome to my blog and thank you for taking the time to visit. My name is Jenny. Feel free to look around and leave any comments if you wish. email: jennyscreations808@yahoo.com

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Summer Hello Kitty

Hello and Happy Tuesday! Hope you're all having a wonderful week so far. Well here is the cards I made a while back for MunchKin's July Card Swap. The theme was Summer. I still can't believe Summer has ended. But anyway I made a Hello Kitty easel card, the Hello Kitty was created by using Make the cut software and along with my Cricut also including the wave it's from Life is a Beach Cricut cartridge. I even use EK Success Sandcastle border punch. Well sorry to keep it short, but I have to get ready to go to work. Enjoy the rest of your day and Thanks again for stopping by.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Club Anya Monday Mania with me!

Happy Monday everyone! Hope you guys enjoy your weekend. As for me, I went to the Island Girls Summer Social #2, organized by Teri of Big Ideas From A Little Girl. She work so hard organizing and putting this together. Thank you so much Teri. I had a great time and so did my BF Ana that I invited. She does a little of crafting time to time. She also won the grand prize which was some of the new stamps from dandelion designs and a sizzix cupcake holder diecut. Yay! Congratulations to Ana, I'm sure you will have fun with those goodies.

Well anyway, moving on I was so excited when Amy e-mail me asking me to host Club Anya Monday Mania for this week challenge. So this challenge I want you to "Make a Scene" project or card. I chose this challenge because I just love adding bits of details to the card and really make the images look more real. There are a lot of themes to make a scene. So I want you to join in the fun and make a Scenery card. Here I use Flirty Anya, she's smiling to get Surfer Ian attention and I'm sure Surfer Ian notice her looking at him. So he try to show off his skills on the surf board. I made it into a step ladder card so it would be easier to make Ian look more real and fun on the waves. The die cut of the sun is my my Cricut using the cartridge from Life's A Beach. I even use EK Success Sandcastle border punch and added some little friends to join along they are from some cut out papers from Imaginisce Bathing Beauties. I had so much fun making this card and I hope you have some time to "Make A Scene" LOL. I hope you enjoy the beginning of your week.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Sending Smiles Your Way!

Hi everyone! Oh gosh can believe it finally Friday. I just had such a long week, last week we had visitor from the mainland and my son started 2ND grade. Then this week my hubby sister will be leaving tomorrow to go back to Oregon for college and I was sick for 2 days. Gosh time sure fly by so quickly and can't believe summer has ended. I been quite busy with invitations that I had to finish and been going out with the visitor we had. Also sign up my son for Karate class so I been taking him to his class and just watching him for an hour, then afterwards we would probably go eat lunch or dinner. Anyway I decided to take a break and do some coloring. I miss using my copics and I got some new colors that came in. So I'm up for a challenge. I made this card for the challenge at Club Anya Monday Mania. This week challenge is hosted by Sheng and it is all about the buttons. Since I have tons of these flower buttons I thought about using them and that it would be perfect for the C.C Designs Swiss Wheelbarrow stamp I just got. Here I use Spotlight Anya. I always wanted to learn different technique in using my copics and try to color my best using them. I came across Lysa's Shiny black hair video and it was easy to follow but however when she say light stroke it so hard because my hands feels heavy. But practice makes perfect. LOL. You should stop by because it such a great tutorial to follow if you want to learn how to make shiny black hair. Well time for bed and here are a few pictures I wanted to share with you folks on my son's karate class. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Friday, August 6, 2010

Organizing my TGF stamps

Hi everyone! I'm such a big fan of TGF and most of my stamps are TGF. Just wanted to share with you folks on how I store TGF stamps. I have a 12X12 photo album and it happen to be a 3 ring album. It has a 5 pockets of 4x6 photo sleeves insert in one sheet front and back but I decided to only put the stamps on the front because it will be to bulky. The 4x6 image card I trim them down a little so that it will fit inside the3 3/4 x 5 3/4 laminated sheets. Made it to this size so that it will be easy to take it out and insert it to the photo sleeves. Then I laminated TGF image card and put the stamps on the back of them. For the 3x3 TGF images, I cut a 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 cardstock and paste 2 of the3x3 TGF image cards. Then laminated. For those that didn't come with the image card, I had to stamp them and colored the image. The 8x12 TGF stamps kits I put it into a 12x12 insert page. Have a wonderful weekend!

A thousand sheets of Paper !!!!!

Amy Young of A thousand Sheets of Paper has been keeping track of the number of different sheets of pattern paper that she had cut into for making her cards and see how long it would take to get to 1000. That's the reason why she called her blog "A thousand sheets of Paper". It took her a little over a year. Wow that's a brilliant idea and finally completed her task. In celebrating her blog anniversary and her completing the use of 1000 sheet of paper. She has 1000 sheets of 6x6" papers to give away to five lucky people. So that is 200 sheets each and some goodies. Please stop by her blog and see what else she as in store for us, while you are there check out her amazing creations and her adorable stamp images she design.