- Judy McKay
- Okanagan, BC, Canada
- Welcome to my crafting blog. After retirement, my husband and I moved to a beautiful location in the Okanagan area of British Columbia. I love all paper crafts including mixed media, journaling and cards. I also dabble in papermaking, photography, fibre art, and altered books. I am an active member of several card and mixed media groups and on the design team of several challenge blog. I love the world of blogging, it has opened many doors for me. My favourite quote is by Maya Angelou. “You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” I hope you join me in my search for my creative side. Thanks for stopping by!
Saturday, December 31, 2022
Wednesday, December 14, 2022
Time for another challenge at Crafty Gals Corner, the theme of this challenge is Tis the Season.
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Tuesday, December 6, 2022
Time for another great anything goes challenge over at Through the Craft Room Door. This is our last challenge for 2022.
Our generous Sponsor is ……..
The prize for this challenge is
2 images from the store.
I used an image called Christmas Girl for my card. I just love Hetty's digital stamps.
The image was coloured with pencil crayon and copics. I added glittered snow, Wink of Stella to the scene. The sentiment
Thank you for stopping by and have a creative month. Hope you will join us in this months challenge. Pop over to our challenge blog to be inspired by our talented design team.
Happy Holidays to you and your family. See you back here in 2023.
Sunday, December 4, 2022
Time for another great challenge over at a Place to Start. This month challenge is anything goes with an optional twist of Happy Holidays.
I used this old mantle clock to create my Christmas scene.
I used gesso on the old clock and added some snow I made by grading some Styrofoam into some snow like pieces. The Scooter Santa is a digi from the collection of Christmas stamps by Power Poppy by Marcella Hawley The snowman is a die cut from Tim Holtz Wonderland die. I added a Christmas die cut sentiment, some small old Christmas ornaments and white Christmas I found in a thrift store, and some Christmas bells from the dollar store. My Santa was coloured with Copics and glitter.