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Friday, February 27, 2015

An Eclectic Mix of Cards

I've been really busy this week preparing for teaching Sunday School, facilitating Bible Study, preparing for Card Ministry, and keeping up two blogs. I really like staying busy! I had the BEST time with friends yesterday during and after Bible Study. We went out to lunch and talked about cooking and plans for a Women's retreat and well just girl talk:)
Here is a masculine get well card using a retired stamp set called Countryside. I love this set and will never part with it!
I got the idea for this card from Kath Ricks at http://kath-allthatscrap.blogspot.com. I love the layers of framelits and how the last layer pops up. That dimension is such a great touch.

Project Details
Stamps
 Courntryside (retired) Teeny Tiny Wishes
Card Stock & Papers
 Basic Black, Pistachio Pudding, Very Vanilla, Typeset Designer Series Paper
Ink
 Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories
 Alcohol ink markers, chalk, Gears from my stash of stuff
Tools
Small Oval punch, Word Window Punch
 
This design came from Karen Clary. I like looking at how others use the same stamp sets that I have. Being able to see different perspectives makes stamps more versatile. If I had to rely on only my own designs, I would not get as much use out of my stamps.

Project Details
Stamps
 Indescribable Gift
Card Stock & Papers
 Soft Suede
Ink
 Soft Suede
Accessories
Alcohol ink markers, Stampin' Dimensionals
Tools
 Labels Framelits

inside of card
Project Details
Stamps
Indescribable Gift
Card Stock & Papers
 Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Vellum
Ink
 Versamark, Wild Wasabi
Accessories
 White embossing powder
Tools
 heat tool

underneath door
inside of card
Project Details
Stamps
 Petite Petals, Hardwood, Flowering FlourishesBig Day, Wordplay (retired)
Card Stock & Papers
 Crumb Cake, So Saffron, Very Vanilla
Ink
 Pumpkin Pie, Tangerine Tango, Mossy Meadow
Accessories
 Pearl Basic Jewels
Tools
 Petite Petals Punch, Labels Framelits
 

2 comments:

  1. All of your cards are so beautiful. Love all the flowers. I agree about learning from others with our cards and designs.

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  2. Wow! Great cards! All are so unique and beautiful.

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