Wednesday, March 25, 2009

You are the best...

A quick thank you to my good friend, Colleen, for my visit with her in Florida a while back. The card shape is made with the SU! Sizzix Top Note die...I diecut a folded card with the folded edge placed ever so slightly below the top edge of the die, then cut a single die cut and attached it to the front of the folded die cut so that I wouldn't end up with any 'flat' edges on the top of my card (clear as mud????). Stamps are from a clear set by Hero Arts, and SU!'s new Kiwi Kiss ink and Kiwi Kiss/Very Vanilla ribbon. A really quick and fun card to make.
And, thanks again, Colleen! I had a blast!
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Friday, March 20, 2009

Card for Ian

Ian is an adorable little fella who is the son of some friends of ours. When they visited a while back, a few of his toys were left behind under our couch and I kept forgeting to give them to him when we saw them. So, I thought, "what little person wouldn't love to get mail addressed just to them?" So, I made this card to go with the package and sent it off. The dinosaur is a Sizzix die cut, then run through a Cuttlebug folder, and the sentiment is by Inkadinkadoo. And that's a teeny, tiny Hero Arts button used as an eye.

I hope Ian likes it.

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Sunday, March 15, 2009

Word Inchie INKling Challenge

Well, I'm supposed to be working on thank you cards and wedding invitation samples, BUT, while blog surfing this morning, I ran across the 'Word Inchie INKling Challenge' over on one of Ellen Hutson's blogs here. So, I rummaged through my stuff and came up with this card. Just had to put ink to the Boxwood stamp from Cornish Heritage Farms. Such a gorgeous stamp! Used the 'French Script' from Stampin' Up! for the background and words from Making Memories. The sentiment is from Rubber Stampede. I hope y'all like it!

Friday, March 13, 2009

CHF Birthday

Just browsing my picture files and came across this card I made a while ago. The stamp is a backgrounder from Cornish Heritage Farms that I just love....a very simple way to make a really quick card. A little ribbon, a simple sentiment and a little!

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