Monday, March 28, 2011
I am trying to make one Christmas card per week. I am a wee bit behind. The stamps, corner punch, and embossing folder are all Stampin' Up.
The bling on the antlers is the "little extra" that makes the card.
Sunday, March 27, 2011
This card fell together easily, even though I had to alter my original plan. The sun and moon stamps are Stampin' Up. The sentiment is Inkadinkadoo. I used versamark and gold embossing for the sun and moon.
The sentiment is on dimensionals.
My last card went together in minutes, following the plan in my head. This one didn't! I must have jinxed myself...
The stamps are Stampin' Up; the flower is a two-step stamp. The picture doesn't show the two colors of purple for the petal. The buttons are a different decorative touch for me.
Friday, March 25, 2011
My dad is the world's best and most dedicated fisherman; this is his birthday card. When I found the stamp at a garage sale this summer, and knew exactly how I would make this card. I stamped the image, colored with colored pencils, layered a bit, and was done. It went together quickly and easily. Not all of my cards are finished as planned.
This was such a fun project! I have a mini take out box cutting die from Lifestyle Crafts. The box is pretty small; two Andes mints and one mini 3 Musketeer filled the box. I used shamrock designer paper. The die had precut holes for the brads. I printed the sentiment on the computer, punched with the oval, and punched the scalloped oval to complete the project.
My grandson Patrick loves St. Patrick's Day for obvious reasons. So I made forty of the boxes for his classmates and teachers.
Saturday, March 5, 2011
My great-nephew Keelan is four years old soon. I made this card with Stampin Up's spinners. I have the spinner stamp set, but I felt this was more appropriate for a small child. I stamped the vehicles, punched with a scallop square, sponged the edges, and added the spinner. Fun card!