Monday, March 26, 2012

Handmade Cards

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Here are a few cards I made over the weekend.  Three of them are for an upcoming card class....Bandaid, Red Flower and the Bookworm.

                                                                I love these Bandaid cards!!
                        I got this basic idea from another Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, Teresa Giordano
Card stock colors:  Pacific Point, Daffodil Delight and Melon Mambo
Base:  Pacific Point
1st layer:  Daffodil Delight (folder I purchased at Hobby Lobby)
2nd layer:  Pacific Point
3rd layer:  Melon Mambo
Band-aid: Crumb Cake (see below)
Stamp Set:  Teeny Tiny Wishes

Card stock colors:  Daffodil Delight and Certainly Celery

Band-aids are cut from Crumb Cake card stock 1 1/4" x 3 1/2"; top piece is 11/4" square.  They are both run through the Big Shot using the Perfect Polka Dot folder.  I sponged the edges with Chocolate Chip ink. 


These 3 cards were made using the Fun Flowers Big Die (for the Big Shot)
#121812  $32.95
 This one the flower is done with fabric
Background folder:  Square Lattice
Card Stock:  Rose Red and Night of Navy


Card stock:  Pumpkin Pie, Whisper White, Basic Black
Background folder: Perfect Polka Dot 
Patterned paper is from Hobby Lobby

Card stock:  Real Red, Very Vanilla
Patterned paper - discontinued
Background folder: Perfect Polka Dot
Bow is from twine I found in the jewelry dept at Hobby Lobby


I posted another version of the Bookworm card the other day.  I think I like this one a little better.  I brushed around his glasses with Whisper White craft ink and used Pumpkin Pie card stock for the base.  

I received this card from a friend the other day.  
Card stock:  Whisper White, Blushing Bride
Pleated Satin Ribbon:  Blushing Bride #125570  $6.95 (5 yards)
Background folder:  Finial Press #115963 $7.95
Stamp Sets - Loving Thoughts and Apothecary Art
Framelets - Labels Collection  #125598 $26.95

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