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!
I made another hedgehog card this time using pink paper and markers. Slightly different layout with a green accent embossed banner strip. Of course I added glitter accent to the flowers. Love it!
Here is my welcome to spring card. I colored the image with markers, watercolored the background and of course added glitter glue as the last step. Can’t wait to put the cards in 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!
I recently received new stamps and die cuts from Penny Black. Hooray! I like the shades of yellow and patterned papers. Makes me smile!