- Terri Winske
- Hi, my name is Terri. I started crafting at an early age when my grandmothers taught me how to crochet and embroider on dish towels. Over the years I've tried many other crafting mediums, and have found my favorite in rubber stamping. My wonderful guy (Craig) supports me in everything I do........I'm very blessed!! I love learning new things and hopefully will inspire others to step out of their comfort zone and try a few new things. Thanks so much for stopping by....have a wonderful day!
Friday, November 28, 2014
MFP Color Challenge #44 - burgundy, green, gold
I think this card will be one of the cards I send this year....I really like how it went together. I used a gold leafing pen to outline the layers and heat embossed the greeting from Stampin Up.
Thursday, November 27, 2014
MFP Tutorial Challenge #122
This was a fun, fun challenge! I can see me using this a lot in the future!! I used gold paper to cut the stars out of and some red circles from a repurposed string of tree trimming. The red velvet ribbon was from my (enormous) stash of ribbon. :-) The stamp is from Craftsmart.
Saturday, November 22, 2014
MFP Friends of Speedy TV Challenge #145..... Red, gold, green
I used a Cuttlebug embossing folder and decorated the tree with red and gold 'bling' from my stash. Added a greeting and wah-lah!.....a CAS card.
I would like to thank Mark's Finest Papers and the Friends of Speedy TV group for choosing this card as the winning entry. I earned the Hot Air Balloon stamp set.
Sunday, November 16, 2014
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Monday, November 10, 2014
Saturday, November 8, 2014
MFP Color Challenge #42 - rust, green, blue
I found this piece of rust- colored paper in my stash and matched it up with a blue and green scrap I found. It was interesting using all three colors together. That's whatI love about color challenges - it makes us think outside the box!
Thursday, November 6, 2014
MFP Tutorial Challenge #121 - Quilling
I'm not very experienced at quilling so I wasn't sure how this card would turn out. Once I got the hang of it, though, it was pretty fun! I added a sentiment from Mark's Finest Papers to my butterfly card.