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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Father's Day, Birthdays and Thank you's...

 the Father's Day card I made for my husband. Do you know how hard it is to get a one year old to do a handprint?? This was actually the first try so I didn't push it! I used a baby safe ink and hand cut a heart and attached it with a pop-dot.
 Made this card for my dad. I used a sepia ink pad for the background- Stampabilities "Paisley Background 02", Sandylion Essentials Owl stickers, and hand cut a branch from a paint sample chip.
 birthday card for a Tinkerbell themed birthday party... embellished my cuttlebugged cardstock by sanding and added rhinestones/crystals and used Magenta stickles. The butterflies are stickers I found years ago...

 Birthday card for my MIL- used the new Martha Stewart Double Loop Punch around the Page set, K&Company 3-D floral stickers and Hero Arts G211 Large Happy Birthday stamp

 more K&Company 3-D floral stickers, MS Double Loops and Thank You stamp- not sure of the brand since I unmounted the rubber from the wood block...

5 1/2 x 5 1/2 card, Hero Arts K4890 CardArt Thank You Flourish stamp, used Black Diamond Stickles on dots and nipped the corners of the card with a Fiskars corner round punch

 very simple birthday card! used the Joann's metal birthday sticker, Terrifically Tacky Tape with the microglass beads... I love those beads!

Thanks! used the cuttlebug A2 Combo set-With Gratitude for the Thanks, 1/4" Terrifically Tacky Tape and glass microbeads...

Cuttlebug A2 Combo set- With Gratitude for words, background cardstock Cuttlebug Floral Fantasy embossing folder- sanded

Saturday, June 19, 2010

oh so busy... where does the time go???

Invitation for our daughter's first birthday party















used A Child's Year cupcake cut at 3" and cuttlebug embossing folder "Divine Swirl" for icing. Lavender, dark purple, pearl pale yellow and metallic pink cardstock used.
"Cars" card









used stickers for the car and emblem and cut black cardstock for the road
Mod cupcake








used the Cricut cupcake from A Child's Year cartridge cut at 3" and threaded a piece of black and white paper through the slits in the cupcake, Lime green and metallic pink cardstock
Textile black card














used Core'dinations cardstock with cuttlebug Textile folder then sanded to the core color, used cuttlebug tag die cut for sentiment threaded with a ribbon.

World's most basic thank you card!











just a basic 'thank you' sentiment on white cardstock... can't get more simple than that!

I just want to thank you for being patient with me while we transition into our new home! I am working on some things that will allow me to be more creative and start posting more often... Thanks for sticking with me and hope to be seeing more of you soon!