May 28, 2009


This card is my favorite card of all. This is from Jessica, There She Goes (Stamp Sets). I seen this card on Jessica's blog and had a chance to win it and guess what, I won it. So I had to have this card as one of the cards in my last workshop. Everyone loved it. Cutting all the flowers out and popping them up was a lot of work, but oh so pretty. This is the card that I made with the set of stamps I purchased from Jessica and you can see someone got a black marker on the left side of it, but oh well, it still is a nice card. I used the Cuttlebug folder for the mat and then the Stampin Up Top Note for the next 2 mats. I used Tombow Markers for the pink and blue flowers. The lavendar color is the color of the paper. It was nice not to have to color it lavendar, one step less to do. This card is worth all the labor a person puts into it. I just think this card is so pretty.
Stamps: Flowers of Happiness (There She Goes)
Paper: My stash
Markers: Tombows
Other: Cuttlebug Folder and Top Note Die from Stampin Up

Happy Birthday

I saw this card on the web, and I think it was Mary's blog. I changed a few things, but left the style the same. I liked it alot and thought it would make a nice manly card, with no frills or ribbons. Mary's card was a sympathy card, and that works nicely with this stamp set, too.

Stamps: Very Versital (Stampin Up), Swirl (CDee's)

Paper: My stash

Ink: Chocolate Chip

Embellishments: Chocolate Brown Brads

Happy Birthday Owls

Aren't these Owls the cutest.
I colored them with Tombow Markers, cut them out, then attached them with foam dots to add dimention to the card.
The sentiment is so fitting to the card.
I added a corner piece and then the Happy Birthday is on two sizes of circles.
Stamps: Great Impressions
Paper: I think Bo Bunny
Other: Stampin Up Punches

May 25, 2009


I think this stamp is so darling.
Reminds me of a little girl and being a daddy's girl. I didn't want to many Father's Day cards at my card workshop, so I thought this little girl's expression could be a happy thank you card.
I added another tie ontop of the original tie to give it some added dimentions.
Added large blue brads and ribbon and done.
Another fast and easy card. Man I am liking these cards this month.
Stamps: Great Impressions
Paper: Bo Bunny
Embellishments: Large Blue Brads, Light Blue Dotted Ribbon

Relax Happy Father's Day

This card is so cute, I love the fisherman and the lawn chair, they are both adorable stamps. The fisherman and the lawn chair were both easy to color, and the fisherman was so easy to cut out too. I used pop up to set the fisherman off the card a little bit. Just the perfect card for quick and easy. I like those kind of cards.

Stamps: Great Impressions, inside is Happy Dad's Day also from Great Impressions
Paper: From my stash
Coloring: Tombow Markers
Ribbon: Chocolate Brown Satin

May 22, 2009

Feather Lady Card (Red & Black)

This lady is so awesome she didn't even need a hat with her far out hair do... I have made 10 of these cards so far and everyone is different I think. There is just something with them that you can't get 2 the same. Just love these cards. And you can put any sentiment with them and they are ready for anyone. I could put more of them on here, but I think you can see what all you can do with a few punches and make a fantastic lady card from them. Of course they might not be everyones kind of card, but it doesn't hurt to change a little now and then.

Thank you for stopping by... and I appreciate your comments so much.

Feather Lady Card (Pink)

Oh La La ! Isn't she just fabulous????? Here is the pink feather lady I made. Love the pink and black feathers. Just smashing... The Hat is from a sticker sheet and attached to paper and cut around the sticker. I added black rhinestones for some additional bling and the feathers in the hat, well that is all the hat needed. And the larger sparkling rhinestone in the middle of the feathers. I don't know if you will notice or not but she even has earrings and a beauty mark, too. So Cute.... And the face and body are made with vase punches from Punch Bunch.

Feather Lady Card (Purple)

How about these Feather Lady Cards? I made these in a Floral Punch Art Class. These are the cutest ladies ever. There is a lot of Bling to them and so easy to make.
Paper: White for base of card, Green Mat and Scrap pieces for hat and body
Punches: 2 different Vases, Mc Gill Branch and Lips
Stickers: Hat and Border Trim
Bling: Pearls, Ribbon, Rhinestones and Feathers

May 21, 2009

What a HOOT

Cutie huh! Love the Owl ... And I think he made a very simple Birthday card.
Inside the sentiment says: Watch out here comes another birthday!
Love that saying. Cute for someone that is up there a little bit.

Paper: Green, White and K&Company
Stamps: DRS and the owl was a $1.00 pack (worth the dollar even if I only use it one time.)
Embellishments: Silk Flowers, Stampin Up punched flower and a large brad
Others: Corner punch from Marvy

May 20, 2009

Graduation Card

This is the graduation card that I come up with. I think it is perfect for the graduate. And you can personalize the card by coloring the Happy For You in with the school colors. And if your child is an honor student you could color the tassel gold. Adding the charm did wonders to the card. Inside the card had the sentiment about reaching for your dream and I added the scroll diploma above the sentiment. Really cute.
Papers: White and Black
Stamps: Clear Snap and Hero Arts
Ribbon: My stash
Embellishments: Charm, silver thread and silver Brad
Others: Cuttlebug A2 Folder

Classic Truck Birthday

I used this old truck stamp to make a Birthday Card for a relative.
I love this stamp, and it makes a very nice man card.
I made another card just like this one and sponged the edge of the white label with light and dark browns and it looked really nice. When I get it scanned, I will post it.
I like how it turned out. I think it is better than this one.

Paper: Soft Blue and Chocolate Brown
Stamps: Great Impressions
Ribbon: From my stash
Embellishments: Gold Brads
Others: Nestabilities (Label 4), sparkle pen (for the flowers and headlights)

May 14, 2009

Thank You

Don't you just love when a card works the way you want it too..... Love the simple look to this card. Also I needed a triple layered flower card for a club that I am a member too and this worked out fine for it. I used a Burnt Orange Paper for my base and added Kiwi Kiss and white for my label. The flower is punched with the Stampin Up 5 petal flower and the smaller ones are also from a punch from Stampin Up also but I don't remember the name of it. I sponged the edges of each petal of the flower with orange ink. Added some Martha Stewart punch branches in a darker green and a gem in the middle. Also added 3 gems in the top right corner and a sheer white and silver ribbon. This card was really easy to put together.

May 2, 2009

may all your Wishes come true

This card is so pretty. I used the Pocket Silhouettes Stamp Set from Stampin Up. I love the colors of Brown, pink and white. I used the scallop square to make my brown picture frame and popped them up on the pink paper. I love the sentiment May all you Wishes come true from Stampin Up. And inside I simply used a Happy Birthday stamp on a tag. I added polka dot ribbom and done. I attached it to a White card base.


I saw this card on Dawn's Blog and loved it, so I cased it. That girl is so talented, I love her cards. I used the same Frilly Flower as she did and I think it was from Stampendous or Hero. I used the new dotted scallop punch from Stampin Up, along with the large oval and the small circle punches to make my tag. I added Blue dotted grosgrain ribbon. Love that ribbon. Colors are Pacific Blue, Kiwi Kiss and the Tangerine something inks from Stampin Up. Sorry for not knowing the right colors of inks. I am in one room and the inks are in another room plus I have my cat on my lay and can't get up to check the colors I used. Maybe the next time I will get them right.

Thinking of You

This is a Gate Fold Card.
I love the boots, they are so cute and was really easy to color with Markers.
I also used Shimmerz on the yellow part of the boots. It is really shinny.
I punched the boots out and layered them on a large scallop circle and attached them at an angle. Added rhinestones in the corners. The rhinestones added to the plain white background.
After all that was done, I attached it to the flower background paper. Which I stamped and colored with Tombow Markers.
The inside is on a scallop circle and the sentiment is just sitting here thinking of you.

Thank You

This is another card that was made in my workshop.
The stamps are from Great Impressions Stamp.
I kind of like it, but it isn't one of my favorites.
The bicycle is colored with Tombow Markers.
And the Thank You is done by using 2 Stampin Up punches.
I don't remember where I picked up the Lavendar paper,
but the green polka dot is from Bo Bunny.
The ribbon is really shinny, but you can't tell it here at all.