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Showing posts from March, 2010

Stampin party w/my kids

My kids have been asking me to help them make some cards, so when they saw the fancy fold cards I made at France's house they had to try them. Garrett wanted to make a card for his teacher's birthday and Ashley just wanted to make a card but she doesn't know if she can give it Here are some pictures from our stamping party last night.

With or Without the flower

After seeing the flower that my friend France made here with the scallop circle punch I had to try it. Love these flowers. So my question is do you like this card with the flower or without the flower?


This card I made using the Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge 59. SSSC59 I used the new SS called My Matryoshka (I have no idea how to pronounce that). I stamped it on watercolor paper and colored it with reinkers and watercolor paint brushes. On the rose with the sentiment I colored it with my SU stampin pastels and a blender pen. (this is one of my favorite ways to color.) I hope you like it. Thanks for stoppin by:)

30 baby buggies

Whew!! I finished all 30 baby buggy invitations. I love these. They are soooo cute in person. However, I am now out of melon mambo paper and I need some more glue dots and pink ribbon. (hmm time to place an order, darn) he he. Here are some more pictures of them. Thanks for stoppin by:)

Baby Buggy

Good Evening! This is a invitation I made for my cousins baby shower. I totally CASED this one. This is made using the big scallop circle die. This card is so cute and you can make it as simple or detailed as you like. I'm keeping this one simple since I need to make a lot of them. I hope you like it. Thanks for stoppin by:)

margarita card

Hi, Well this is a birthday card I made for a friend of mine. This was a very fun card to make but challenging. I knew I wanted to make a margarita glass and had no probelm with the top of the glass, but then I was having a hard time figuring out what to do with the bottom of glass and I had no idea what kind of background to use. I tried coloring the vellum on the leg and foot of the glass but that just didn't look right, so I tried using the crackle glass technique but it wouldn't stay on the vellum. So I ended up using my heat and stick powder and some glitter. I used my SU chalks to make the background. I hope you like it. Thanks for stoppin by.