I decided to send a card to Mary over at Cardz TV for her "Coffee & Cardz", so I may a spinner card for her. I just got the newest stamps and dies from Emma at My Creative Time and used the new scallop and stitched circle die to make the the "flower". I used my Peachy Keen Stamps "Wide Eyed Kids" stamp for the the face and used Glossy Accents for the eyes. I used My Creative Time stamps for all of the sentiments, and embossed the sentiment on the curly label. I love making these cards and they are so easy.
Friday, July 8, 2011
I know I don't usually do more than one post a week, much less more than one in one day. My husband's aunt and uncle are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary, so I thought I would make them a card. The card is an easel card, and to be honest, I had made the base so long ago that I forgot the measurements and demensions. The paper is from a DCWV stack with "Linens" in the title. I decorated it very simply by using the My Creative Time Curly Label Die and corresponding stamp from the Inspiring Words Accents set. The sentiment is from the You Had Me At Chocolate stamp set. I also used some Papertrey Ink ribbon, and two paper flowers with a brad. The interior sentiment doesn't show up well on camera, but is from the Encouraging Quotes stamp set. I love these stamps!
Posted by Christy at 6:20 PM
I decided to try to make a goal to enter as many challenges as my time will allow for. The challenge was to make something with a "cool" treat and have the word "sweet" in the sentiment.
Here's my entry:
Here's my entry:
Posted by Christy at 6:03 PM
Thursday, July 7, 2011
I made this card to enter it into the My Creative Time "Throwback Thursday" challenge. the challenge was to use the "Wild Card" or "Just Because" cartridge, and add some kind of embossing to it. I decided to use the bandaid from the Wild Card cartridge. I used my Imagine to print and cut the image which was cut at 7". It made for a long card, but still cute.
Saturday, July 2, 2011
My daughter wanted to make a birthday card for her cousin who turns 9 on July 3rd. She picked the cut from the Hello Kitty cartridge. She also adorned it herself with the long deminsional up in the corner. She wanted that to be her "special touch". It was cut at 2.5 inches. I assembled it just like the other spinner cards on my blog. I also used the Happy Happy Birthday stamp from My Creative Time's "Wow So Many Candles" set. Hope you like it.