March 20, 2009

Happy Easter Tulips

Another cutie for Easter. This card has the stamp of the month at the bottom of the card embossed in white. The front of the card, I cut a square using a Colozzle template and tore off about an inch at the bottom of the card. The tulip and butterfly stamp is from Great Impressions. They also have glitter on them to make them shine. They are so pretty. This picture doesn't do the card justice at all. It is so sparkly in person. The egg was cut out and popped up. This card is reminds me of Spring and I think it is on it's way soon, too. I added the Gold Words from a sticker sheet and the small ribbon at the top finishes the card.

You're the cream of the crop

Awe, cute bunny... Check out the outfit on this bunny. I did that myself with a baby flower stamp. Kind of cute huh? Love the carrots, I stamped them twice and added them on top of the another carrots for the layered look. I think the Cuttlebug folder is called the houndstooth. Didn't think I would ever use it and wondered why I bought it. I think it looks pretty good on this card. The bunny stamp set is from My Favorite Things. Colored, of course with Tombow Markers.

Thank You

Isn't this a pretty card? The colors are really a nice combo.
The stamp set is Echoes of Kindness from Stampin Up.
I used the Fiskar's dotted swiss border punch for the trim in the middle of my card.
And the ribbon and heart charm is from my stash.
Also I used the Cuttlebug dotted swiss folder for the background.

March 19, 2009

Hey Sweetie

How about these cupcakes?
Looks yummy huh?
The stamp set is from My Favorite Things.
I used Bo Bunny Designer Paper...
Love those pink flowers in this paper.
Colored with Tombow markers.
I added sheer white ribbon to accent the card.
The icing sparkles and shines with the glitter. Really cute.
I really like how it turned out.

March 15, 2009


Don't you just love the Magolia stamps? I do.
And there is so much you can do with them. They are all over the blogging world. So many ways that people had stamped them with all kinds of embellishments. They are so pretty.
This is one of my many favorites. I used a teal, light blue and white colored cardstock. With the lacey punch from Martha Stewart, adding so much to the opening part of my card. Finished the card off with big flowers, sprigs and pearls.
And a special thanks to a friend of mine who gave me the inspiration to make this wonderful card. Thanks you...

March 14, 2009

Easter Egg

Here is another special card. The pink paper was idea for this card. And embossing the tulips with white embossing powder on the pink paper, they showed up nice. And this is a gate fold card. You can see that my card is open a little bit. Inside the card is the verse Happy Easter. The gate fold card is matted on a piece of pink polka dot designer paper from Bo Bunny. Colored with Tombow markers...
Cute... Cute... Cute...
Stamps from Great Impressions.

Pastel Basket

This Easter Card is the prettiest one to me. I adore the pastel basket. And the bunny is cute too. The bunny is from the Serene Spring Stampin Up Easter Stamps from last year. Can you believe this is the first time he was inked. What was I thinking? This is a cute stamp and to wait this long to use it, I can't believe that. I used the lacey border punch from Martha Stewart, Photo Corners from the Whale of a Punch Brand, and I really liked the Olive Green Paper on this card. Love this card more everytime I look at it.
Well, Sally did you change your mind about what card you like the best after seeing this one.

Peeking Bunny

Another cutie for Easter.
Love the bunny tail.
I found the pom poms at a local craft store.
I used a pretty lavender cardstock for this card and designer paper from my hoard of designer paper.
I think this card turned out pretty darn cute.
Perfect colors.
The basket of eggs is adorable, and the wire basket of eggs, so cute.
Stamps are from Great Impressions.

Peeps Card

Aren't these peeps the cutiest... This Card is created just like the last post of the Pink Flower, with just a half of a front of the card. I think this is a cute way of putting something down the side and still have it for the inside of the card also. I used Bo Bunny Designer Yellow Polka Dot Paper, coloring with Tombow markers and jazzy glitter on the egg. Shows up fantastic. I used oval punches from Punch Bunch. Love this card. Notice the Tulips at the top in the little square, that is the stamp of the month from Great Impressions. And the peeps are also from Great Impressions. Thank you for taking the time to visiting my blog. . .

Pink Spring Flower Card

Love this Pink Flower, and it works great with the tulip border on the side. I added shimmerz on the flower which made it very shimmery. Colored the flowers with Tombow Markers, added pink polka dot ribbon and done with a very pretty Spring Card. Inside the card I added the verse Wishing you a happy Spring. The Pink Polka Dot Designer Paper is from Bo Bunny. This card opens at the end of the Pink Polka Dot Designer Paper. The tulip border is actually part of the inside of the card. Hope I haven't comfused you to much. Just wanted you to know this is not a regular opening card. It is almost like a half of a card front.

March 10, 2009

St. Patricks Day is almost here...

Just getting ready for those Irish relatives I have, need to get them a card in the mail soon. Love all the green paper that I used. The stamped Shamrocks are from Hero Arts Stamps that I have had for a long time. The center shamrock is a green plastic shamrock that was on a necklace that I found in a dollar store. I just cut the shank and glue dotted it right here. Worked perfect for me. Let me know what you think?

Dream a Little - Thinking of You

I love how this card turned out. I think the colors are awesome together.
I used Smoky Gray, Watermelon and Black cardstock.
This is one of the many new Stampin Up stamp sets.
It is called Dream a Little.
Also adding the white gel pen on the open leaves added a lot to the card.
I use that polka dot ribbon on 80 percent of my cards.
I have it in several colors. I like the black the best, it goes with anything.
And brads, I use them alot also. If the color of brad you have doesn't match,
color them with a marker to match your colors.

March 6, 2009

Pirate Card

How about this one? Cute huh? I think so.
With the Pirate, Yo Ho Ho and Pirate Ship,
this card is all set for the little boy's birthday.
Inside I stamped a pirate cat in the bottom right corner
and the verse: Shimmer me timber,
it be your birthday in the middle of the card.
There is chunky gold glitter for the coins.
I colored it with Tombow markers.
I will have to scan or take a picture of the inside of this card,
the cat, he is a cutie and perfect for this card.