A Little Inspiration…

Hi everyone,

Here is a little inspiration to share with you all!2411  If you click on the card you get a larger view of it!  Did you know you can save photos from my website by right clicking on them and saving them in a folder on your computer??  That’s right! This card is done with the set Doodle This and Doodle Alphabet from the Spring Mini Catalog.  I used a 1/16" hand punch to punch the holes in the old olive cardstock (and the white below shows through).  The flower was colored with aquapainters on Watercolor paper using marigold Morning ink and rose red ink.  THe card is none else than COOL CARIBBEAN!!! 

2418 You’re a great friend:  This uses Polka Dots and Petals and All Year Cheer, the Polkadots and petals cardstock, old olive, Certainly Celery, Ultrasmooth Vanilla, and Tempting Turquoise cardstock.  Turquoise ink and turquoise and celery grosgrain. Earth Elements brads, Stampin dimensionals, both Circle Punches!  LOVE IT!!

Unfrogettable!!!  I love this card–so cute!  Old Olive, Real Red, Tempting turquoise ink and cardstock.  I colored it with aquapainters and used the daisy field wheel.  Way cute!  Also added the turquoise grosgrain with a staple!

2471 Hope you enjoy the cards today!  My hope is to add more as often as I can (my dream would would be EVERYDAY–but no promises! 🙂

I have my 10 QUICK CARDS class tonight $10 for 10 cards using a spring/summer theme.  Please RSVP if you would like to attend by e-mailing me!  If you want the cards but can’t come, just let me know!

Have a great day!


4 thoughts on “A Little Inspiration…”

  1. Congratulations on joining the wonderful world of blogging. 🙂 I added your blog to my favorites list and plan to check back often to see your samples and inspiration.

  2. Hi to all of Dena’s group! I wanted to share that, if you are a Mac user, you can still download the images from Dena’s blog (we don’t have the capability to “right click”).
    All you need to do is put the cursor (the arrow controlled by the mouse on the screen) over the image, hold down the mouse button to show a menu. Just select “save as” (it may include the word image) and you be able to save the image on your computer as well.
    Cathy M.


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