I created this card for a card sketch challenge on Splitcoastampers.com. This was an interesting layout. Die cuts were used for the flowers, leaves and flower centers. A green scallop edging and a hello greeting completes the design. Take a look at my gallery on splitcoaststampers.com and leave a comment!
I taught a class today at Scrapbook Cove, Stonington, Connecticut today. We had fun using old dictionary pages, scraps of patterned paper and a nest made from paper bag strips. Everyone’s project looks awesome, including the two I made. A great way to up-cycle!
This is a great guy card that is easy to make. I used a bicycle die cut from Die-Versions. Used coordinating pattern paper and embossed the solid banner strips. Added a birthday banner with a coordinating brad. Ready for the mail!
Here is a quick and easy St. Patrick’s day card that uses pattern paper scraps for the banners and hearts. Add some glitter, a stamp or two and you are ready to send to your favorite person! Think green!
With another six inches of snow last night and clearing off the driveway again- it was time for a card with bright spring colors. Hand cut flowers, paper doily and a word banner complete the look. And of course, some glitter glue and liquid pearls complete the look. This card makes me smile.
This card creation features a Hero Arts fern frond. I embossed the stamped image with peppered turquoise opaque embossing powder. The background paper was inked and blended with Ranger distress ink. A card to send to someone special.
My Favorite Things stamps are so cute and can be used in a variety of ways. This card is created like a paper doll. Each of the pieces of the little girl are stamped, colored with markers and are cut out. All of the pieces are put back together. Time to mail to a friend.