Hope you enjoyed yesterday's cards…be sure to read to the bottom!! Here is some more fun for today!
Oh no, an origional idea from Dena…Shocking! I truly don't come up with a huge amount of stuff on my own–I get inspiration from parts and pieces of things from all over the place…maybe a card template here, a color combo there, and of course I do flat out copy (or CASE which stands for Copy And Share Everything). That sounds better, doesn't it!?
This card is my own. I started by doing the polkadot texture plate on the kiwi card. I added a top note die from the Raspberry Tart Cardstock. I used a Pretty's flower and then stamped a polkadot punches circle punched it out and layered it with a kiwi circcle. The scallop is actually stamped from the Polkadot punches set as well–just can't see it in this photo. They are all attached with a Soft Subtles brad adn then I added a couple of leaves from the build a flower die sizzlit pack.
The Thanks was embossed in white and is from the set Thank You Kindly. VERY pretty, If I can say…
Added a ribbon, the Filigree brad and stamped using the set Yummy.
Ribbon is Kiwi striped and pink taffeta.
This is a copy from somewhere! 🙂
The bacground is done with the Textures plates and then Congratulations is from the set, Congrats.
Colors are Tangerine Tango, Apricot Appeal and Whipser White with Basic Black ink.
This one in pinks would make a great wedding or baby girl card…and blues for a boy!
The colors are Old Olive, Regal Rose and Very Vanilla. The flower was diecut from the Build a Flower die. THe Yummy stamp set was used and I colored it with markers.
THe eyelet border punch is so pretty–It just works! :) I think we will make this one in my FREE class next week (free if you purchased at least $50 during the month of Feb.).
The stamps are Botanical Blooms and colors are So Saffron, Bashful Blue, Sahara Sand and Certainly Celery.
The delicate dots paper (SAB) was used along with some holes poked with the mat pack.
The brad is the colored flower brad…and a little ribbon from the SAB catalog!
The words are from Three Little Words…