Thursday, September 10, 2009

Ooodles of Cards

Because I haven't posted in a long time I am doing all in this one post. I don't know where the time has gone. It seems like summer just started and here we are moving into fall and the kids back to school.
White and tangerine tango are the colors. The white layer has been run through the Cuttlebug using the houndstooth folder.
Monochromatic card using close to cocoa and creamy caramel. The large butterfly is stamped on velum with versamark and close to cocoa, then heat embossed and cut out.

This card is basically made using diecuts. I have Cricut Expression and all the flowers, wheelbarrow and leaves were cut out with it. The fence is a Martha Stewart border punch.

My sweet, sassy kitty! This stamp is from Cornish Heritage Farms and is colored using Copics markers.

A one layer card. You stamp the image in the center and use a Nesties to make a mask and sponge or stipple around the edge. Remove mask and you have a frame for your image.

Scrapples are those pieces that are left over from projects. Usually 1.5" x 5". They make great gift tags, small thank you cards, etc.

This card is made using some of the new In Colors from Stampin Up. They are so bold and bright. I love them. Melon Mango, Bermuda Bay and Crushed Curry.

Color challenge and sketch challenge. Old olive, elegant eggplant, black.

This is one of my favorites. The image is a Thomas Kinkaid stamp from Cornish Heritage Farms. I colored with with watercolor crayons and a blender pen. The cardstock of razzleberry and white.

I think that has me pretty well up to date. I won't be making cards today or tomorrow as I go to Calgary to the Tom Baker Cancer Clinic for my twice a year check. God has been so good. I haven't had to have any treatments and I know it is because He is in control.
Have a super weekend and give thanks to God for His mercies!