>Hi everyone! This is a card made for my youngest sons 20th birthday.
I had a picture of his s-10 and adjusted the color and came up with this color combination.
Thought the ribbon and patterned paper went perfectly together. He no longer has this truck and thought this would be a great idea. He loved it so much he hung it on his frig in his apartment. Made me feel good that he liked it that much.
Stop on over to MPS blog and check out all the great birthday projects.
Have a great day everyone!
Until next time,
>Hi again everyone! received Mary’s email on her valentine card this morning and new I had to try this layout ASAP. Thanks Mary for all your great inspirational tutorials and projects. I used non traditional valentine colors and have to tell you the inspiration, besides Mary’s card, was this black and white trim I found at Hobby Lobby. It kind of reminds me of the bakers twine except it is silkier. When I cut the ends it wanted to unravel so I got my glossy accents out and dabbed a drop of that on the ends and that worked perfectly. You can see the trim in the picture below, along with the other items I used to make this card.
This was a fun card to make. Better go for now. Hope everyone is having a wonderful day.
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> Hi folks, wanted to share my card for madebymomo card challenge blog.This is the first time I have entered a card in her challenge. If you want to check it out go here.
The challenge was to use black, white and one other color. This is a really simple card. My favorite kind. I used my create a critter cartridge which is beginning to be one of my favorites. Cut the cow at 3″. The card itself is 4 1/4 x 5 1/2.
I also used the my pink stamper More punny-licious stamp. I just got my first set of these and I have to tell you they are the one of the best stamps I have used. They stamp so clean and I absolutely love these stamps. Def going to put all of her stamps sets on my wish list. Her button is on my sidebar if you want to check them out.
Hope everyone is having a great holiday weekend!
Until next time,
>Hi everyone. Hope everybody is doing well and surviving this sweltering heat. Perfect days to stay inside where it’s cool and get a lil crafting done. Here are a couple of cards I want to share with you. The first card is a card I made for a friend that just opened her own home decor business. She quilts and when I saw this tutorial on Marys http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LObES401bXo&playnext=1&videos=ufYK3f99ZfcYoutube channel, I just had to lift the idea. It was perfect.This is what I came up with.
CS- 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 cut 8 1/2 by 5 1/2
CS- 4 x 5 1/4
CS- 3 1/4 x 3 1/4
CS- 3 x 3
CS- 1 x 4
CS- sm pc for sentiment
Need 2 different PP’s cut as follows
1″ x 1″ square (3)
1″ x 1″ square (2)
1″ x 1″ square (4)solid CS
1″ x1″ square (1)solid CS which will be cut diagonally into 4 pieces
The second card is boy baptism card I made for my SIL. She asked me to make her a card for her nephews baptism. I personalized it on the front with his name and date of baptism. This is what I came up with for that one.
CS-ivory 61/4 x 41/2 cut at 6 1/4 x 9 for card
CS-2 1/4 x 4 1/4
CS- 3 1/4 x 5
CS- sm piece for sentiment
PP- 6″ x 4 1/4 I used a silver metallic
Cuttlebug and moroccan screen folder
Stamp- flourish TPC Studio.Elegant Greetings
stamp-Paper Inspirations-Small flourish cross
3/8″ ivory satin ribbon
Zing emb powder frost(blue) and Silver
2 sm silver brads
Card sentiment computer
That’s it for today. Hope I have inspired someone out there. If anyone has similar cards they would like to share, I would love to see them.
Thanks for looking and have a wonderful day!