In honor of the 4th of July I thought I would make a military card. This card uses the stamp set called "For Your Country" and can be found in the new SU catalog on page 153. I colored the boots using some of the skin tone blendabilities. This was very fun to color and worked up pretty fast. For the background on the card I used the "gorgeous grunge" stamp set found on page 165. Colors used are Chocolate Chip, Sahara Sand, Mossy Meadow, and Whisper White.
This is the Easter card I made for my kids this year. This is so fun. The chicks are made from the Circle punch, itty bitty flower punch, the scallop circle punch, and the owl punch. I made the grass using the new fringe scissors. The clouds are done using a template and sponging soft sky ink.
Once or twice a month I get together with some friends to stamp, we have so much fun and are always looking forward to the next time we can get together. This is one of the cards we made at our last get together. This was a total CASE from pinterest.
I don't really have much to talk about today. Took the day off work and I haven't gotten anything done. I have so much to do and I can't seem to figure out where to start. Anyways I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend. Thanks for stopping by.
These are a couple of Sympathy cards I made this week for 2 different friends. I used the same set Pleasant Poppies and water colored one with Primrose Petals and the other with Raspberry ripple. Love the new In-colors from Stampin Up! I used 2 different framelits from the Apothecary Accents set. On the bottom of the top card I used one of the Finishing Touches Edgelits (love them) and the other one I used one of the Adorning Accents Edgelits. The ribbon is just some of the Taffeta Ribbon in very vanilla which I sponged with the matching in-colors to get the color I wanted. The sentiment is done using a stamp from the Petite Pairs Stamp set and punched out with the new Ticket Duo Punch. The very vanilla layer is embossed with the Vintage Wallpaper Folder. Well thats it for me tonight. Thanks for stopping by. Feel free to leave a comment, I would love to hear what you think.