Giveaway Winner!

Good morning! Today I have the winner of my paper collage giveaway. Although we had 23 comments, I did not count the first, as it was from an anonymous commenter. Here's the result:

Adriane, please email me at ourchangeofart@gmail.com with your mailing address, so I can get your prize out to you.

Thanks to everyone who entered!



Today's card is for EBTKS.  I've been spending lots of time trying to post this, because blogger has a new post tool that is not quite working for me!

The inspiration for the sketch below came from a PS3- I like how simple it is. 
If you turn your head to the left, this is how I saw it for my card.



my font in a movie!

Back in January, I found a website that makes a font from your handwriting (I don't remember which one it was, but if you do a google search, there are plenty of them). I quickly filled in the boxes for each letter and scanned it in, resulting in a font I called Jenny.

Since I have made it, I have received requests from a few people, mostly overseas, asking to purchase commercial rights to use my font-the most interesting of which was a movie production company! They wanted to use it for an upcoming film called "Lifted." I just recently found a website/poster online, and here's the link!


Yep, there it is! My lil' old font! :)

--If you want to download the font (for personal use), click here--

15 min card

Today's card is for this week's OTWC challenge. If you've noticed from my past pics, I prefer to photograph outside...probably since I havn't quite figured out how to do it indoors yet.

I knew that with summer coming to a close, I'd quickly run out of precious daylight, so at around 6:00pm it was a race against the sun to finish this card. I managed to pull it together in around 15 min, then rushed outside to take the pictures....and the sun had already gone below the trees!! AUGH!

I had to settle on taking it indoors on my leather chair. I hope it's okay!

If anyone has some indoor photography tricks, please let me know.

Also, if you havn't entered my giveaway for this collage yet, click on it below:


OLW 3+1

Good morning! Last night I made a card for this week's One Layer Wednesday challenge. The task was to include 3 images and one sentiment. I just got this chandelier stamp from Lawn Fawn in the mail yesterday, so I was excited to use it!

I made the color block on the bottom by masking off that section and inking it with a beautiful blue-green. The rest is just stamping and 3 rhinestones to finish off the look.

If you want to win this wall art, click the pic below!


New on Etsy!

I just finished listing some more watercolor paintings in my etsy shop. Click on the pics below for the links:

Any opinions on the shoe? Not sure if I should paint more shoes....

2S4Y K61

If you'd like to enter my giveaway, leave a comment on this post.

I definitely stepped out of my comfort zone with this one, using the sketch from 2S4Y. Layout-wise, I felt pretty good about it, but I chose to use colors that I would never really typically pick. I am more a fan of bright/modern colors than of muted ones. I was questioning myself the whole time while I made it this morning!

I hope that in the end, the colors ended up working....



Above is this week's inspiration from Off the Wall Craftiness. I always love what Kim chooses for each challenge! I also wanted to incorporate a sketch from c&s.

I stamped the woodgrain with Versamark Watermark ink onto the navy cardstock. The tree was hand-cut from white, with punched holes and mounted onto the coral-y color.

If you want to enter my giveaway, click here. (I hope you guys don't get tired of reading that at the end of my posts...I just want to make sure that anyone who is interested has the opportunity to enter!)


Despite what the title of this post says, I'm not in LOVE with this card. I like the idea/concept, but something got lost along the way with my execution. Regardless, I felt like sharing! Here it is:


ColourQ 49

Below is my submission for this week's colourq challenge. I recently got the stamp, and have been dying to use it!

To enter my giveaway, click here

Welcoming Baby

Above is this week's sketch from Mojo Monday. I feel like their sketches always include circles, and I never know what to do with them! Luckily, the challenge this week from the create: blog is to make a card using accordion flowers. I whipped out my issue of CARDs magazine with the tutorial, and got to work, using patterned vellum. It was VERY hard to work with! When I scored it the first time to make the pleats, I ended up cracking through the vellum. (I was a lot more careful the 2nd time around). Here it is on my card:

I only wish my machine stitching came out a little straighter along the top. Oh well!
Don't forget to enter my giveaway!


2S4Y- Celebrate With Style

(to get to the post for my giveaway and to enter, click here)

Ooooh...What a fun sketch from Laura at 2S4Y! I was really excited to use a new stamp, "celebrate with style." I figured an elegant font like that required an elegant card, so I kept the colors simple, and used a subdued patterned paper. Here's what I came up with:

Thanks for checking it out!

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