Saturday, February 26, 2011

Springtime Vintage!

I do love this stampin up Springtime Vintage Paper. I also used a Beveled Windowpane with it. The ribbon is the new Baja Breeze seam binding that I love. There is also glitter on the flowers under the beveled windowpane. I used the Baby Blossom stamp set and the Framed Tulips textured embossing folder.

More of a Masculine Card

I am trying to come up with more birthday cards for boys and I am having a hard time. I like making cards that are more of a feminine nature. I do like the October Afternoon Campfire paper but I am still trying to come up with a card I like. I do not like this one but I am still working on it. I do have glitter on it and you cannot see it in the photo. (On the sun and flower) I do love glitter. I will keep working to make a card that I am happy with. Do you have any ideas for the campfire paper?

Monday, February 21, 2011

Act 70 Continue!

Curtain Call Act 70

Today's card is for this week's Curtain Call color challenge. This week's colors are tempting turquoise, whisper white, tangerine tango and pear pizzazz. Perfect for spring!

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Valentines Love Song

For this card I used the Aviary stamp set for the little bird and the new baby blossoms set in the Occasions Mini Catalog from stampin up. I also used the Forest Friends stamp set for the little tree.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Pocket Cart with Scalloped Envelop!

For this pocket you just cut off the two side tabs of the scalloped envelop to make the pocket.

Front of Morning Cup Gift

Morning Cup Gift

First you will need a piece of card stock 8" X 81/2". Score it at 3 1/2" and 41/2" on the 8" side as seen above. Fold your lines to make the wallet. On the inside cover, you will need a piece of DSP, or pattern paper, cut at 3 1/4" X 8 1/4". The whisper white paper is 2 3/4" X 7". I used the spiral edge punch on the left side. I also distressed mine with Pear Pizzaz and a sponge. Next, you will need your Big Shot and Scallop Envelope Die. Cut out 3 of the envelope from cardstock. I cut two scallops from DSP, only placing the paper over the part of the die I needed. Place lots of sticky strips on the back of your envelopes. The scallop part is folded forward rather than back over this side as you would if you were putting a card inside.