June 6

Billy & Lily…


I have had these cute, cute stamps from Pink Cat Studio for a while now. You can find Billy stamps here & Lily stamps here & this company is CANADIAN, actually my hometown. I am a big fan of Canadian companies. Next week Pink Cat Studio is releasing “Dress Up Billy” stamps, now that is exciting!

I used a couple of things new to me…Nestabilities which I bought from R&R Scrapbooking (Canadian), my Copic markers which I have had for a while, I bought there from Hanna Stamps & my Copic Atyou Glitter Pens which I bought from All That Scraps.

I started with Papertrey Ink’s Stampers Select White Cardstock because it is 110 lb & from my reading I knew that I needed to use a heavier cardstock to emboss using the Nestabilities & when using Copics I knew that it was a good cardstock to use. Now I haven’t really been practicing with my Copics, so all I did was color & than go over again on some parts to make it darker, I have no idea how to add shadowing or anything like that just yet, just basic coloring! & I used the glitter pens on Lily but, it’s hard to see, the cards look much better in person.

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Posted June 6, 2008 by Michelle in category "Cardmaking

About the Author

My name is Michelle Nadraszky and I live in Calgary, AB CANADA, I am originally from Vancouver, BC but have been in Calgary now for 9 years. I am a Stay at Home Mom to 2 beautiful kids...Taylor who is 6 1/2 and Jaiden who is 3 years old. I have been married to Billy for 8 years. I work part-time in a Call Centre. I have been a Stampin' Up! demonstrator for 2 1/2 years. I love everything about Stampin' Up! - I am highly addicted to it! I have been stamping and scrapbooking for about 4 years now and I am constantly amazed by the talent that I see on a daily basis. Besides Cardmaking, Scrapbooking and Papercrafting I love to watch reality TV, Grey's Anatomy, ER, Gilmore Girls, Desperate Housewives and Miami Ink (I personally have 5 tattoos)!


  1. By Dawn Easton on

    Adorable Michelle!!! Love them. The dry embossing on the card front is so cool. I’ll have to try that real soon! Aren’t copics fun…hehe!
    BTW…Love the new blog!

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