Made a card for a very lovely, talented lady name Jennifer McGuire. She gave birth to baby girl on Mother's Day, what a precious special gift! Congratulations to you and your family and the newest family addition. Jana had organized a celebration for Jennifer, so I am linking up my card on her blog, The Little Card of Mine. Hop over to check it out and join in the celebration!
I was insprired by the inspiration card at CASE Study, so I am submitting the card it's current challenge CSC#92.
Edited May 30: The more I look at this card the more I want to add something. So this is what I did, do you like it?
Stamps: Hero Arts (LL764 Playfull Lowercase)
Ink: VersaColor (156 Raspberry)
Others: pink tissue, cap of a marker
When I saw this inspiration photo at the right,
for Vera's View Challenge over at Lily Pad Cards, I know I want to play. But there's so many pretty elements in the photo, I couldn't decide what to do. But finally I picked one thing (okay two) to focus on. I really like the cupcake that's top with the pale green flowers and I love the subtle wood grain background. So, I took my butterfly punch and punched out a bunch of butterflies using very pale green paper and glue them to a white scallop chip board, then mount on distressed woodgrain pp. I had so much fun doing that part, I didn't even think about stamping! Well I managed to stamp a sentiment, but it's really subtle. Could you spot it on my card? I'll give you a hint, it's in French.
Here's another view, photo take during daytime,
I think it show the colour of the butterflies much better.
Card base: BazzillBasic card stock (Green Tea)
Paper pattern: Studio Calico (Classic Calico Collection Vol. 1 - Woodgrain One)
3 inch white scallop chip board
Ink: Ranger Distress (Antique Linen, Old Paper); ColorBox pigment (Frost White)
Embossing pearl: Ranger (Pearl Blue)
Thanks for stopping by, and have a lovely day.
PS: the sentiment is "Meilleurs Souhaits" located at the lower left corner. It means Best Wishes.
No I didn't really go shopping with Virginia. :( But it would be nice. :) I was reading her blog, Yes, Virginia the other day and she was Guest Blogger for Do More With Less, and she shared something fun and inspirational. Want to know what I am talking about, check it out HERE. Friday is the last day!
Hello there, a quick post. I made a little card for the current Playing in Paradise challenge, theme is Graduation/Encouragement. I thought the Hero Arts Balloon Ride stamp really fits my sentiment. Don't you think?
I stamped Balloon Ride with Tuxedo Black on white card stock, colour with Prisma Color pencils, then sponged some Broken China on top of card (after masked the coloured balloons). Trim and adhere to green card base. The banner is computer generated, cut out, mount on green card stock then trimmed and adhered as shown.
Thanks for stopping by, enjoy the rest of the day.
It's Friday yay!! Made a card for a special someone who's birthday is tomorrow. Shhh.. would you keep it a secret, it's a surprise for him. Here's my card:
If you pull the banner tag, the balloon flips open to the left and a message is revealed. I am entering it to the Hero Arts' May Challenge, the theme is: Birthday and colour challenge, and technique: interactive card.
What do you think? Do you want to see it in action? Check the video clip.
All stamps are from Hero Arts (CG448 Balloon Ride, AC001 Untitled Postmark).
Mother's Day is only a few days away, are you busy preparing for celebrations and family gatherings in the weekend? I've made a couple of cards for my mother and mother-in-law, they are inspired by this lovely photo for the Playing Paradise Challenge #65:
The butterfly in the middle of the card is attached with a DIY wobbler. So it flutters whenever you move the card. So I am also entering these to the Hero Arts May Challenge (technique: interactive card).
Stamps are all from Hero Arts.
Flower center from CL290 Printed Flowers.
Leaves from CL477 Delicated Leaf Clusters.
Butterflies from CG120 Antique Writing.
The Chinese greeting is computer generated.
The tag die is Hero Arts D1006 Small Tag Frame.