Wednesday, December 24, 2008

DCBD #107

I just want to tell everyone first of all, Merry Christmas! I hope you have a wonderful time with your family and friends. Always remember the true reason why we celebrate CHRISTmas.

This is a picture of the sketch we were given by, Heidi. She wanted us to make a Christmas card from it. I ended up making two cards from it instead of one though. The other one I made is directly underneath this.

This is what I came up with. I loved this sketch. It was very easy to do. Try it yourself. You learn so much from doing this. Please let us know if you do and your blog so we can see it to.

Here is the recipe for this card:
Cardstock: Kraft, real red, whisper white, night of navy, handsome hunter, and DSP pattern pack (level 1 hostess) real red
Ink pads: Handsome hunter and versamark
Tools: Snow blossom punch, 1/2" circle punch, and small star punch
Accessories: Rhinestone circle brads, white and night of navy 1/4" grosgrain ribbon, and dazzling diamonds

DCBB 107 - 2

I made a second card using the same sketch, Heidi, gave us. I needed an anniversary card for my daughter and son-in-law's first anniversary. I had a lot of fun making this card. I do love how it turned out. When I mailed it I really tried to make it so the clip will not get broken en route.

This is the recipe for this card. Everything is SU! except for the silver paper.
Cardstock: Real red, basic black, shimmery white, and generic silver
Ink Pads: Real red and StazOn black
Marker: Real red
Stamp sets: Fun and Fast Notes and Defining Alphabet
Tools: 1 1/4" circle punch and 1 3/8" circle punch
Accessories: Whisper white 3/8" taffeta ribbon and mini library clip

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

DCBD #106

Hello everyone. Thanks for taking the time to come and check out my blog. We were given a color scheme for this weeks challenge. I have to admit I thought it was going to be hard to do because I do not have all of the In-Color stamp pads. Surprisingly though, it wasn't as hard as I thought. This is the color scheme we were given.

I hope I did it correctly. I used Kiwi Kiss and not Tangerine Tango because I thought we had a choice between the two. I guess I will find out when I see everyone else's.

This is what I came up with for this challenge. It is unique! Tell me if you think it is too much or not. Hopefully comments will help me get better. Being critiqued in a positive way is a good thing.

This is the recipe for this card.

Cardstock: Baja breeze, chocolate chip, riding hood red, and kiwi kiss

Stamp sets: Snow Swirled, Lovely as a Tree, and Best Yet

Stamp Pads: Baja breeze and Chocolate chip

Tools: Crimper, Ticket corner, Wide oval, Large oval, Photo corners, Snow blossom, and 1/2" circle punches, and sponge daubers

Accessories: Dazzling diamonds glitter and Bold brights real red brads

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Christmas Make and Take Class

Last night I had a class making some inexpensive Christmas gifts. Four ladies came to this class. It is so funny because we made a gift using a chocolate candy bar and women love their chocolate. I think they wanted to eat it more than use it for making into a gift. I have to say I do not share in most women's love of chocolate. I could take it or leave it. When I do have it, I prefer milk chocolate or white chocolate. The other types I do not like. This is a picture of the 4 things we made.
We were supposed to make a candle too, but it got too late to make it. I will have to show them how to do it another time. I love the DSP Holiday Treasures. It took me quite a while to come up with my gifts for this class, but I really liked the end results. My ornament is a little different than everyone else's I have seen. That is a goal of mine. I want to come up with my own ideas or at least change something I have seen and make it mine. I guess if I was in a real pinch I would case, otherwise I prefer not to. I hope this can help you have some ideas of things to make to give. This is the season for giving, of which, God gave us the best gift anyone could give, His only son.

DCBD #105

I am sorry I am a little late in getting my card on here. The sketch we were given this time was created by Selene. It was a lot of fun. Here is a picture of the sketch.

This sketch was a lot of fun to work with. Once again these challenges can be done by you also. Please let me know if you make a card with it and post it onto your blog. I want to see your work. It will also help you to have a card or two ready for whenever you need one. This is what I came up with. I worked with the tree about 4 times before I got it to look the way I liked it. Let me know what you think.

This is what I used to make this card.

Stamp Set: Fun and Fast Notes

Cardstock: Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, and Holiday Treasures DSP

Ink: StazOn Black

Tools: Ticket Punch, Scallop Edge Punch, Blender Pens, and Stampin' Pastels

Accessories: 1/4" Chocolate Chip Grosgrain Ribbon, Chit Chat Rub-Ons

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

DCBD 104

Well, it is time for another challenge. We were given a color scheme to use for our card this time around. I don't know which is easier the color scheme or the sketch. They both can be challenging to do. It is fun though. The best part is the end result. Try and do this yourself sometime. These are the colors we were given to work with.
I have to say that I am happy with how this card turned out. The disappointing part is that when you take a picture of it, for some reason, it doesn't always look as good in the picture as it does in person. You will have to tell me what you think about it. You all know that I love to hear your comments. I think that is one of the best parts of doing this. I do love to see what everyone else comes up with too. Anyhow, here is the card that I made from this challenge.

Recipe for this card.

Cardstock: Riding Hood Red, Summer Sun, Garden Green, and Pumpkin Pie

Stamp Sets: Organic Grace and Best Yet

Ink Pads: Basic Brown, Pumpkin Pie, Garden Green, Summer Sun, and VersaMark

Tools: Coluzzle oval template and cutter, Corner Rounder, Scallop circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, and 1 1/4" circle punch

Accessories: Stamping sponge and Dazzling Diamonds glitter

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

DCBD 103

I just want to start off by telling everyone, "Happy Thanksgiving!" We were given the choice to participate or not in this challenge. Heidi thought maybe it would be hard for some of the designers to be able to do this because of Thanksgiving being tomorrow. I opted in. I really enjoy doing this. It really helps you learn a lot from seeing what everyone else can come up with. Without me babbling on, here is the sketch we were given this time by Heidi.

I have learned by seeing other people make their sketches that the shape doesn't always have to be exactly the same as the sketch. I thought I would try and think out of the box and come up with something a little different, but it still has all the aspects of this sketch.

Here is my card.
I didn't make the paperclip to be taken off of the card. It could have been made to though. It would make a very pretty Christmas ornament.


Cardstock: Ruby Red, Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze, and DSP Holiday Treasures

Stamp Set: Snow Swirled

Ink Pads: Ruby Red, Baja Breeze, and Old Olive

Tools: Boho Blossoms punch, Snow Blossom punch, and Coluzzle circle template

Accessories: On Board Batch of Blooms, 5/8" grosgrain Chocolate Chip ribbon, Rhinestone circle brad (ice), Rub-Ons Word Flurries, and UniBall white gel pen

Non SU! item: giant paperclip

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

DCBD 102

Today, instead of having a sketch to design from, we were given a color challenge. I thought the colors went great together, until I checked the colors again and seen that there was a color that I had missed. It did throw me off a little bit, but I thought well if it went together in a bedspread it will have to look good on a card.

Here is the color challenge we were asked to use.

I had seen a card made with an Origami Christmas Tree. I loved the look right away. When given this color challenge, I started pulling out the colors and thought the tree would look great with these colors. I downloaded the tutorial from Juliann's blog. Give it a try. It is not hard to make and makes a very pretty card. Well, here it is. Tell me what you think. I used the angled picture so you could see how it is 3-D.

These are the items I used to make this card.

Cardstock: Always Artichoke, Close to Cocoa, Cameo Coral, Bravo Burgundy, So Saffron, and DSP from Level 1 hostess pack (tree)

Stamp Set: Snow Swirled

Stamp Pads: Cameo Coral, Bravo Burgundy, and VersaMark

Accessories: Iridescent Ice EP, Snow Blossom punch, 1/2" circle punch, Scallop Edge punch, and Small Star punch

Ok, I decided to go ahead and put the front view on here too. You can't see some of the details in the other picture.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Diva's Coffee Break Design Challenge 101

About a week ago I was asked to be on a design team. Heidi is the head "Diva" and the one that started this team. I am very thrilled to have been asked and to be on this team. I hope you all become inspired and check out the other "Diva's" on the team and see what they came up with for the same sketch.
Here is the sketch we were given by Heidi. From this you have to use your creativity to put together a card. It is very easy to do if you haven't done it before. In fact, you should take the sketch and try it yourself.

This is the card that I designed from the sketch.

Cardstock: Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze, Ruby Red, and DSP Holiday Treasures

Stamp Sets: Lovely as a Tree and Best Yet

Stamp Pad: Chocolate Chip

Accessories: Chocolate Chip Taffeta Ribbon, Ruby Red Brads, Ticket Corner Punch, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Simply Scrappin' I Wish 60 Christmas Card Class

These are sample cards of the SS I Wish 60 card class I am having. I had a lady today say that these cards are much nicer in person than what they are on my blog. So I hope if you are considering this class that you will keep that in mind. I have found there are so many possibilities with these cards. Even though I have these samples everyone can have completely different cards depending on their own creativity. That is another reason why I like this class. The way they turn out is up to each individual. The ideas are pretty much endless. Just in case you don't know this, you can click on the picture, which will make it come up bigger. You can get a better view of what they look like this way. I hope you can come. We should have a fun time together creating.

Prayer Journal

Our Real Life Group women had a ladie's night out. We made prayer journals using composition books. I believe everyone had a very fun time and enjoyed playing. That was the whole purpose of doing this.

DSP: Parisian Summer, Pink Pirouette, Very Vanilla, Bravo Burgundy
Ink Pads: Bravo Burgundy
Stamp Set: Big Flowers and God's Blessings
Accessories: Scallop Circle Punch, 1 1/4" Circle Punch, 1 3/8" Circle Punch, Boho Blossoms Punch, 5-Petal Flower Punch, and Vintage Brads

Above is a picture of the women who came for Ladie's Night Out and their prayer journals. I think they all did an excellent job on them. It is neat seeing how differently everyone made their own.

Paint Pail

I have a few of these paint cans. I have been wanting to alter them for a while. My nephew seems to like my papercrafts. I was going to make him a backpack, but thought he might like this better.

Stamp Set: Boatloads of Love and So Many Scallops (retired)
Cardstock: Blue Bayou, River Rock, Soft Sky (retired), and Whisper White
Ink Pads: Staz On Black, Staz On White
Accessories: Coaster, twine, and lifesavers (All which aren't SU!), Boho Blossoms Punch, Colored Pencils (retired), and Paint Pail

Monday, October 27, 2008

I finally used my Tart and Tangy stamp set. I really didn't like the stamp set at first, but when you put them with the matching DSP, Summer Picnic, they are very nice looking cards. I may do a class in the future with this set because it is so easy to use.
Recipe for card on Left:
DSP: Summer Picnic
Cardstock: Bashful Blue, Pumpkin Pie, Real Red
Stamp Sets: Tart and Tangy and Sincere Salutations
Accessories: Real Red 1/2" striped grosgrain ribbon, Scallop Circle Punch, Scallop Edge Punch, white UniBall gel pen
Stamp Pad: Old Olive
Markers: Real Red, Old Olive, and Chocolate Chip
Recipe for card on Right:
DSP: Summer Picnic
Cardstock: Pumpkin Pie and Real Red
Stamp Set: Tart and Tangy
Markers: Real Red and Old Olive
Accessories: Pumpkin Pie 1/2" striped grosgrain ribbon, white UniBall gel pen, Rub-Ons "Chit Chat"

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Spring Card and Candle

I made these things at the beginning of this month. Sorry it is taking me so long to get things posted on here. I made this card and candle for my next door neighbor's birthday. The card I made I used a technique that someone else figured out how to do. I printed the instructions, but I don't know the blog that it was from. If someone else knows, you can comment and tell me. I will edit this post and give them the credit for it.
These are the SU! products I used to make these things.
Stamp Sets: One of a Kind, Sincere Salutations, andCurvy Verses
Cardstock: Old Olive, Pretty in Pink, and Elegant Eggplant
Stamp Pads: Elegant Eggplant and Pretty in Pink
Accessories: Boho Blossoms Punch, Large Oval Punch, Rhinestone Circle Fire Brad, and flower brads on the candle that aren't Stampin' Up!, Old Olive 1/4 inch grosgrain ribbon, Elegant Eggplant 1/4 inch grosgrain ribbon, Scallop Edge Punch
Thanks everyone so much for taking the time to look at my blog. Please feel free to comment on my posts. It is very nice to hear what you think about what I have created. It is a good way to know what works and what doesn't. Thanks again, Chris
Keep watching because I have a couple of more things to post. I will try to get them on here within the next few days.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Lovely as a Tree

David and I celebrated our 24th Anniversary on September 29. He took me to the Lodi Outlet Mall. It was such a beautiful day. I really enjoyed our day together. Anyways, this is the card I made for him.
This is what I used to make it. All materials are SU! unless I say otherwise.
Stamp Set: Lovely as a Tree and Hugs and Wishes
Cardstock: Really Rust, Bravo Burgundy, Whisper White, and Summer Sun
Stamp Pads: Chocolate Chip, Really Rust, and VersaMark
Accessories: Corner Ticket Punch, Elegant Eggplant Ribbon, and Stampin' Pastels

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Updating Everyone

I just wanted to let you know that I will be adding some new stuff on here in a day or so. I would do it now but my eyes are giving me problems and I need to stop looking at this screen because it makes it worse. I am tired and ready to get to bed also. So don't stop looking I have more to come. I am sorry it takes me so long to put things on here. I need to work on that. Anyways, thank you for taking the time to visit my blog.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Priceless Birthday Card

I told you I had quite a few birthdays this month. I made this card for my sister-in-law. I have to say Priceless is my favorite stamp set. The swirls are great for backgrounds. It easily makes very nice cards/papercrafts.

This is the recipe for the card and all items were Stampin' Up!.

Cardstock: Ruby Red, Cameo Coral, Creamy Caramel, Chocolate Chip, and Handsome Hunter
Stamp Set: Priceless
Stamp Pads: Handsome Hunter and Ruby Red
Accessories: Circle Scallop Punch, 1 3/8 Circle Punch, and 1 1/4 Circle Punch, Straight Scallop Punch
Not Stampin" Up! Stickles Frosted Lace
I love this card!!

Lovely as a Tree Masculine Card Class

These are the cards I have come up with for my masculine card class. Almost all of the cards we tend to make they are more for the feminine side. That is the reason I wanted to have this class. I am sure we all have men or boys in our lives that we need to send cards to.

I used Stampin' Up! materials, of course. I used designer paper (Windsor Knot and Prestwick) that looked more masculine in color. I picked the Lovely as a Tree stamp set because it is so versatile. The cardstock I used (Night of Navy, Brocade Blue, Garden Green, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, So Saffron, Sage Shadow,and Basic Gray)matches the designer paper.

Now I need to get this class scheduled and figure out how much to charge. I can honestly say trying to figure out how much to charge can be very difficult for me.

Thanks for taking the time to look.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

I've been Tagged

My friend and upline, Heidi, tagged me. Here are the rules for this:
1. Link your tagger and list these rules on your blog.
2. Share 7 facts about yourself on your blog, some random, some weird.
3. Tag 7 people at the end of your post by leaving their names as well as links to their blogs.
4. Let them know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.

Here are my facts:
1. I only wanted girls when I was pregnant.
2. I save the best for last.
3. I put my money in denomination order and then by newness (oldest I use first, then the new).
4. I teach 2nd and 3rd grade girls at my church.
5. If owning too many Bibles is a sin, I have committed it!!
6. I love sad songs and movies.
7. I still don't know what I want to be when I grow up.

Here are the 7 lucky bloggers I have chosen to tag.
1. Nikki
2. Dawn
3. Tara
4. Carrie
5. Yvonne
6. Kimberley
7. Deann

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Cutie Pie Backpack

Different people were making this cute little backback and I wanted to make one also. I downloaded the template for it and unfortunately I can't remember where I got it at. If any of you know whose blog this was from please let me know and I will give them the credit. I made this for my neice that is going to be 13. I put Reeses peanut butter cups in the main section and money will be put in the little front pocket. I hope you are inspired from seeing this. I was thrilled with how this turned out in the end.
I used Stampin' Up! products to make this. Here is what I used:

Cardstock: Rose Red and Cutie Pie DSP (retired)
Accessories: Scallop Punch, Sizzix Buttons Die, and Rhinestone Brad Circle Ice and Fire
Once again please take the time to leave a comment. I really enjoy knowing what you think.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Another Birthday Card

Well I spent a couple of hours working on this card. I like to take my time when I create things. This month we have quite a few birthdays, so expect more cards coming your way. I also am going to have a class and the cards I make for that I will post on here for you to see also. I looked on SCS for ideas using this stamp set. From those I created my own look from some of the ones I seen others do. Tell me what you think. Please...please...comment!!

Here is the recipe for this card. Once again everything is Stampin' Up! unless I say otherwise.

Cardstock: Really Rust, Creamy Caramel, and Chocolate Chip
Stamp Set: Bronco Buster
Stamp Pads: Really Rust, Creamy Caramel, and Chocolate Chip
Markers: Chocolate Chip and Really Rust
Tools: Corner Rounder, Small Star Punch, 1/16" circle Punch, Coluzzle circle template
Accessories: Vintage Brads, sponge daubers, and hemp (not SU!)

Friday, August 29, 2008

Brayered and Sponged Card

Hello everyone. I had to make another birthday card. This one is for my cousin that is turning 50! I figure a lot of people will be getting her cards with the number 50 on it. Well I didn't do that. I tried something similar to yesterday's card, but a little different effect. I put a scallop mask over the center to get the scalloped edge. I hope you enjoy this card. If you ever have any questions on how I made something I have on this blog just comment and ask or email me. I will be happy to answer your questions.

Here is the recipe for this card. All materials are Stampin' Up! unless noted.

Paper: So Saffron, Night of Navy, Brocade Blue, and Whisper White
Stamp sets: True Friend and Sincere Salutations
Stamp pads: Night of Navy, So Saffron, and Brocade Blue
Accessories: Rhinestone Brad (Fire Circles) and 1/4" grosgrain Night of Navy ribbon
Tools: Scallop Punch, 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches, and 1/16 hole punch
Non SU! items: Brayer, sponge dauber, and Frosted Lace Stickles

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Birthday Card

This card was fun to make. My husband really likes how this one turned out. I am going to give this to my brother for his birthday.

This is the recipe for this card. All products used are Stampin' Up!

Paper: Brocade Blue, Night of Navy, Rose Red, and Whisper White

Tools: Large oval punch, Large star punch, Small star punch

Stamp Set: Bronco Buster

Stamp Pads: Night of Navy, Brocade Blue, and Rose Red

Hemp (not SU!)

Thursday, August 21, 2008

PLEASE Comment on my Posts

I have a request for all of you. Please, please, please take the time to leave your comments on the things that I post on here. It is nice knowing what your opinions are of the things I have made. I will not be offended. I can honestly say I am not always thrilled with how some of my projects turn out. In fact, I may even be my own worst critic a lot of the time. The place to leave comments about a project I have posted is underneath what I have typed about it. Just click on the comment label and follow what it says. Thanks so much for doing this for me.

Fresh Cuts Again

This is another card that we made at the Open House I had on Tuesday evening. Everyone seemed to enjoy coming and making the make and takes that I had planned for them to do. It is neat seeing the ladies make something from paper and being happy with what they did.
I used these Stampin' Up! products for this card.
Cardstock: Real Red, Whisper White, and Basic Black
Stamp Pad: StazOn Black and Real Red
Ribbon: 1/4" black grosgrain
Accessory: Uni-Ball Signo White Gel Pen

3" x 3" Card

I can say I really like this card and it was easy to make. I like this size for baby or wedding showers.
For this card I used these Stampin' Up! products:
Paper: Not Quite Navy, Always Artichoke, and Bashful Blue
Stamp Set: Fun and Fast Notes
Ribbon: 1/4" bashful blue grosgrain
Accessories: Large Star Punch, Small Star Punch, and an Earth Elements brad

Fresh Cuts

I have been wanting to play with this set. I was going to use this card for my Open House, but then decided it might be too much to do. I really like these colors together.
This is the recipe for this card. Once again everything is SU! products.
Paper: Bashful Blue, Whisper White, and Chocolate Chip
Stamp Pads: Bashful Blue and Chocolate Chip
Ribbon: Chocolate Chip Taffeta
Stamp Set: Fresh Cuts
Accessories: 1 3/8" circle punch and 1 1/4" circle punch

Anniversary Card

Hi everyone! Sorry it has been so long since I last posted. I have been plenty busy and when I do have time to do things I am tired and don't want to do anything. I know it isn't a good excuse, but never the less it is true.
This is a card I had made for my friend's anniversary. I liked it, but when I see it on here it really doesn't do it any justice. A lot of times I have found the pictures don't look as good as the real thing.
Anyway this is what I used to make this card. All supplies are from Stampin' Up!
Paper: Summer Sun, Elegant Eggplant, Really Rust, and Always Artichoke
Stamp Sets: Hugs and Wishes, Time Well Spent
Stampin' Around: So Swirly
Stamp Pads: VersaMark and Elegant Eggplant
SU! colored pencils (retired)

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

In Memory

One year ago today my dad (Sonny) passed away. I just wanted to share how much he is missed and loved. He was my shopping buddy, listener, and defender. We would go shopping on the Saturdays he did not have to work. From the time I was a little girl we would go shopping on Christmas Eve. He always waited to the last minute to buy my mom her Christmas presents. I would usually wrap them for him too. The last few years we had went I didn't though. He was a believer in Christ, a giver, didn't talk bad about people, a man of integrity. One other thing I want to add is that people used to think we were married. The reason is because how many father and daughters do you see out doing things together. I am so very thankful for having him for a father. He is definitely missed, but I know where he is and I can spend eternity with him. The Lord has promised that anyone who believes in HIM, meaning Christ, shall be saved (John 3:16 and Acts 16:31). Another verse that I really like is this: "But I do not want you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning those who have fallen asleep, lest you sorrow as others who have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who sleep in Jesus." Ok, that is 2 verses, which are found in First Thessalonians 4:13-14. I love you, Dad, and miss you.

More Trade Show Things

Here are a few more things I have been working on for the trade show. Mainly I used things that aren't SU! except for the punches. I used the scallop punch (SU!) and my cuttlebug dies.

Trade Show

These are some things I have been working on for a Trade Show that is coming up very soon. Most of the stuff I am using for them is not SU!, but I did use Love and Happiness Rub-Ons, which are now retired. I also used SU! punches and my cuttlebug dies.

Sympathy Card 2 & 3

Even more than the other sympathy card I wondered if these colors would go. When you put the Ballet Blue in I thought, "No Way!" Guess what? Yes, Way! Here is the recipe for these cards.
Paper: Pumpkin Pie, Regal Rose, More Mustard, Ballet Blue, and Whisper White
Ink: Regal Rose
Stamp Set: Close as a Memory
Brads: Earth Elements and Rhinestone Fire Circles
Punch: Boho Blossoms
White uni-ball Signo Gel Pen

Sympathy Card

This is one of 3 sympathy cards I made last week. It is amazing how the colors go together. I can honestly say a lot of times I wonder if it will or not. I guess SU! knew what they were doing when they made their color coach. Here is the recipe for this card. Everything is Stampin' Up!
Paper: Old Olive, Bravo Burgundy, Elegant Eggplant, Whisper White, and More Mustard
Ink: Elegant Eggplant
Stamp Set: Close as a Memory
Brads: Earth Elements

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Baby Shower Card

I am going to a baby shower. You can't go without a card and gift. Well it took me some time to make this card. I just worked with it as I went along. I hope you enjoy it and maybe it will give you an idea too.

Recipe: (Stampin' Up! unless noted otherwise)

Cardstock: Barely Banana, Pretty in Pink, Mellow Moss, Whisper White

Stamp Set: So Many Scallops (retired)

Roller: Classic Stars

Markers: Barely Banana, Pretty in Pink, So Saffron, Mellow Moss

Gel Pen: Gelly Roll Rainbow (Sakura, not SU!)

Tools: Scallop Punch, Large Star and Small Star Punch

Stamp Pad: VersaMark and Dazzling Diamonds Glitter

Friday, July 4, 2008

Niece's Card

It is my niece's 15th birthday and I needed to make her a card. I wanted to make it with a pocket to hold the money. I used the So many scallops rubber stamp, tempting turquoise stamp pad, versamark pad, word window punch, scallop punch, 3/16 corner rounder, rhinestone circle brad (ice), and the white uni-ball pen, all of which, are SU! products. The paper and flowers are from a craft store. It is easy to make. I tend to take a while when I make things because I have to work with it until I am satisfied.