This card was created with these three challenges in mind:Creative Card Crew #57 “Use a charm“Crafty Creations #258 “Happy Birthday”Little Red Wagon #228 “Truly Dimensional”I used SEI poppy paper stack for the background and added Stampin up ink to numbers that might have been Tim Holtz (?). I added a “Happy Day” charm, and to […]
Today is sketchy sunday on 365 cards: This bulldog is just too cute! full of personality and ready to wish someone a happy birthday! I made the card using papertrey ink card stock, and patterned paper from The Angel Company called Winchester and Amberly Grace. Thanks for looking!
When I saw this challenge I thought of this great stamp set by Stampin Up called “So Much”. I stamped the circles in copper, hunter green, and navy blue. I added a large green ticket punched piece with the sentiment “Thanks so much” with buttons in the corner for embellishment for a quick and simple […]
I love bakers twine! when I saw this post on Aly’s Sunday Challenge I knew I had to participate. I just bought black twine recently, so I dug in my black paper scrap drawer and came up with this for a design. I went without a sentiment so it could be used for a male graduation, or birthday card.
“How to” link: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/easelcard/ I made this terrific Father’s Day card (and it’s only April..woohooo!!) Thanks 365 cards for getting me into my supplies and trying new shapes and sizes! http://365cards.blogspot.com/2011/04/day-46-fancy-folds-easel-card.html I used Jolee’s sailboat, Bias tape for ribbon, and a star fish from oriental trading. I chose Patterned paper by DCWV Safari Chic stack, and cardstock and rubber […]
Truth be told…I went through 2 cards before I could line up my score lines correctly! trying to go from one corner to the next and line it up…I tend to be off by an 1/8! If I could stop tilting my head, that might help ~ anyway, I’m pleased with the final outcome and […]
I combined two challanges today: http://365cards.blogspot.com/ for the color scheme #36 and http://skippingstonesdesign.com/ for the sketch. You know you have a paper addiction when you read a challenge and instantly know that you have several patterned papers in that exact color combination. Hi my name is Karen, and I’m a paperaholic! Here is another simple and fun male birthday card.
When I first read the challenge today on 365 cards I thought oh no…a boy card! Then it got worse: “Create a masculine card with a touch of pink”. After chanting “I think I can, I think I can…I dug in my paper stash and found this terrific patterned paper from the dollar store! I kept […]