Monday, January 16, 2017

Baby, Don't Cry

Needed a baby card for work.  I always add the little pamphlet stitching on the top for these cards so I can add extra pages inside for signing.  This is a CASE but I can't remember from where, it's been so long.

Stamps:  So Many Scallops (retired) by Stamping Up
Embellishments:  So Saffron ribbon
Techniques:  Dry Embossing
Papers:  So Saffron, Brocade Blue Whisper White, Unknown DP

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Calendar Girl

I always like to have a few baby cards on the ready.  This was made from Clearly Besotted's Hooray die.  The sequins for the shaker is left over from a work baby shower.  The little onesie was a donation.  Love the simplicity of this card.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear

I'm recycling the Christmas gift tags.  The sentiment is from another recycled Christmas card.  The DP is from Pink Paisley's Merry and Bright pack.  Background paper is Old Olive and Brushed Gold. This will make a great card to send to my young niece.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

I Can Explain...

I saw this little wood piece on sale at Michael's and it fell into my basket.  Just a quick and easy card when trying to avoid writing report cards.

Paper:  Real Red, DP is Merry & Bright by Pink Paisley
Ribbon:  White Grosgrain
Stamps:  Stampin' Up's French Script (retired)
Embellishments:  Wood Plaque from Michaels

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Thanks Kindly

I'm still showing off samples from the last year.  I was always asked to make the plant picks to put in the flowers to give out to the school volunteers at the yearly Volunteer Tea.  I always try to make these out of scraps since it is a donation to the school.  I think this is my fifth year and every year I try to make it different.

Stamps:  Stampin' Up's One Big Meaning
Ink: Black Versafine
Paper: Unknown scraps, all from Stampin' Up

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Straight Down the Middle

I was asked to make a retirement card for a co-worker who's really into golf.  This was a complete CASE because I didn't have much time to come up with anything and I don't have any golf images.

Stamps:  Lovely as a tree
Techniques: sponging, torn paper, dry embossing
Inks:  Stamping Up's Old Olive, Always Artichoke, Wild Wasabi, unknown blue inks
Paper:  Stamping Up's Always Artichoke, Wild Wasabi, Basic Black, Real Red, Close to Cocoa and Whisper White
Accessories:  Number stickers from Creative Memories and Swiss Dots embossing folder used on the golf ball.

Monday, January 2, 2017

And the Leaves Came Tumbling Down

Dad needed some thank you cards so I needed something quick to mass produce that didn't look girlie.  This seemed to fit the bill.

Stamps:  Gorgeous Grunge, Autumn Leaves (retired) and Thank You Kindly.  All sets are from Stamping up.
Paper:  Gina K's Luxury White, Crushed Curry
Ink:  Crushed Curry, Sahara Sand and Versafine's Tuxedo Black.