Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Another Sticker Card

Here's another card I made with the stickers. I didn't put any sentiment on it yet, because I'm not sure who I will send it to.

It seems I never have the right sentiment on the right card when I need it, so I have decided not to stamp the sentiment until I'm ready to use the card. It does make for a rather plain looking card though.

Again, I used fall colors - More Mustard, Really Rust, Garden Green and Summer Sun.

These Are Stickers!

When we were at the Stamping Expo in Indy in March, we saw a lot of neat things. One of them was these sheets of stickers. You just peel them off, stick them on your card, and color them in. It looks like the image has been embossed.

For this card I used Rose Red paper, marker, and eyelets. The leaves are colored with Mellow Moss. The card size is 6x3. I made several of these cards very quickly.

Playing With My New Punch

I used my new Three For You punch and the Basket Full of Fun set to make this card. It didn't scan very well. I used fall colors - Ruby Red, Only Orange and Summer Sun paper.

I also used the Cutter Kit to distress the card. I added some chocolate chip ribbon and used my gel pen to make the centers of the flowers.

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Brads or Bows?

I needed to make some "Welcome" cards to send out to visitors for church.

I used Touched By Nature for the first time and my WWC again to color the image. The colors I used are Always Artichoke, Close to Cocoa, and Not Quite Navy. These colors would make nice masculine cards.

Baby Card & Watercoloring

I needed a baby card for my cousin who just had her 4th child. After 3 girls she had a little boy and named him Tommy Charles - Congratulations Jennifer.

The picture is kind of blurry, sorry! The card is a 3 x 6. I used the retired stamp set Welcome Little One. I stamped the image in Brown Stazon and watercolored it with my WWC from Stampin' Up. I bought the set of crayons last year when you could still buy the four color families in one set. I finally used my Watercolor paper too. It really does make a big difference in the look of it compared to using regular cardstock. I still need a lot of practice watercoloring though.

Friday, August 17, 2007

Vases in Vogue

On this card, I used the Three Flower Punch and the Spiral Punch. The rhinestones in the center of each flower are from the Dollar Tree. The colors are So Saffron, Tempting Turquois, and Regal Rose.
This card uses the new Prints Designer Series Papers. You can't tell from the picture, but I used Certainly Celery. The hearts are from a non-SU punch.

This card uses Barely Banana and Real Red. The flower is punched from the retired Daisy Punch.

Thinking of You Card

This is a card I cased from Splitcoaststampers, except I added the flowers by using the new Three Flower Punch.

I used the Paper Piercing mat in the corners. You can't tell it very well in the picture, but the image (from the hostess Set Garden Hilhouettes)is stamped first in Blush Blossom, then in the new In-color Groovey Guava. The same color of papers are used.

I've never been a big fan of blush blossom, but I really like these two colors together.


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