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I thought it would be fun to create a little scene with adorable Kelly! I stamped both the balloons and her sweet image together using my MISTI and then cut her out with Brother ScanNCut 2. Makes my work SOO much easier I must say!
skin: E000, E00, E11 hair: E70, E74, E79 shirt: G05, G07 shorts: B95, B97, B99 balloons: R24, R27, R29 B04, B00 patterned paper: Pebbles cardstock: Solar White (Neenah) sentiment: Simon Says Stamp image stamp: Kelly (Stamp Anniething)
I had a ton of fun creating this card!
Check out the AWESOME creations the Design Team made with Kelly!
Just click on their name to be taken to their blogs for all the details.
Another shaped card base and I'm super excited about it! This one is the Bracket Label card base from SVG Cutting Files and I thought it added a funkiness to the card - so fun, right? The sentment is from a Simon Says Stamp set (I can't remember the name), but you can use any "game" themed stamp set if you have one on hand. :)
Thanks so much for stopping by today! The kids are back in school today, so EVERYONE is a winner in our house this week! HOORAY!
There's a FALL CHALLENGE over at the DMW Members Gallery FB group! Be sure to join us and you get to win THIS cutie! Can't wait to see what you create!
The weather in the Bay Area has been a little wonky these days. Sometimes it's REALLY hot, but there have been days where we've actually had sprinkles of rain! So weird!
Anyway, I wanted to pop in and share a card I created using my Cricut a couple of weeks ago. I was totally inspired by Mary over at CardzTV when she created THIS CARD. I remembered I had picked up some mini popsicle sticks when I went shopping at Tuesday Morning a few months ago so I thought I would use her idea.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Have a wonderful weekend!
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Well, I've got a card to share with you today using the June Simon Says Stamp kit. I totally CASE'd one of the inspiration cards (in every kit each month, there's a piece of paper that shows some ideas on how to use that month's kit)...
I really liked the cuteness of the card so I wanted to create the same one:
*note to self: get more of those Doodlebug Design puffy stickers! Eek! So cute!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Have a wonderful week! :)
So I've really found my groove once again with my cardmaking! and I'm so excited to share another card with you :)
supplies: Simon Says Stamp January Card Kit, stamp set: Simon Says Stamp. bling: Recollections
I had originally created this card for a challenge... then I missed the deadline but actually created this for a You Tube process video. Well, because of technical difficulties, I never got the video up *sad face*.
That actually is another goal of mine - to start creating more card process videos. Keep your fingers crossed!
I created this card to be a center-step card because I have fogotten how much I love creating them and it really got my creative wheels spinning. I just love the way it turned out!
Yay for the sixth card in my Valentine's Day card series! :)
It's really late at night but I have another quick card to share with you today using last month's kit from Simon Says Stamp... I can't take all of the credit for this one - it was totally CASE'd from the inspiration sheet included in the kit!
Included in the kit was this super cute 3x4 scalloped card. I had no idea how to use it but when I saw what the DT did with the card, I had to give it a try. There's also a lollipop included in every kit so I thought it was such a clever idea to incorporate that as well.
And, let's just say Miss M has a great time every month discovering there's a lollipop in every package I get from SSS! haha
Today I have a super simple card using more of the kit from Simon Says Stamp! I'm really killing this kit, aren't I? I made this card a few weeks agao but I'm only getting a chance to blog about it now. I checked out what I have left over and it's not very much! Yay me!
Everything you see in the pic above are from the kit, including the stamps and sentiments. I'm telling you - simple is BEST! I also CASE'd the card from one of the inspiration photos included in the kit. I honestly didn't know how to use that vintage-y, people-y patterned paper. *lol*
Anyway, I'm just super happy to share more cards with you now that I've finally gotten my groove back with crafting! Hope you're enjoying this series! :)
So I'm determined to get my blog back up and running in a normal fashion. I'm really going to plan my crafting time carefully and that includes not only creating, but also writing up the blog posts, taking the pictures, doing the You Tube videos, etc.!
I'm a Virgo, goshdarnit - I HAVE to have an ounce of passion for organization somewhere, right?!
Here's this month's card kit haul (with a little visit from M & L!) :)
And here's the first card I made using the kit:
It feels really great to create cards again. I'm hoping this continues well into the new year.
I used the woodgrain cardstock (LOVE!) from the kit as well as the patterned paper, the green cardstock and the sentiment. I used white embossing powder for the sentiment and punched the red heart out of cardstock and added some glossy accents on top. The jute is from my stash.
What I really like about the kits is that it comes with an idea sheet. I didn't C.A.S.E. the card completely, but I was definitely inspired. :)
Yay for completing my first Christmas card of the season! My goal is to create 15 of them. Let's see how well I do! :)