Thursday, June 21, 2012

Zoo Review Father's Day Card

Well, Father's Day has come and gone. I am going to share with you a very fast card I made for my husband for Father's Day. Fortunately, he is not hard to please.

I used all Stampin' Up! products to design this card. The designer series paper is now retired. It was from the mocha morning specialty designer series paper. The cardstock colors used were crumb cake, basic black, and very vanilla. Zoo review is the stamp set the images are from. The sentiment is from teeny tiny wishes, which is a great stamp set to own. I used the 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punch and the dotted scallop ribbon punch. For embellishments I used two basic black brads from the neutrals set.
I hope you had a great time spending Father's Day with a Father you love greatly.

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Friday, June 8, 2012

Word Play Graduation Card

  Finally, I am getting around to posting a card that I created for my niece's graduation. I chose this stamp because I do want to see her follow her dreams. I also want it to be God's will for her too. I know that if she does God's will then it will be the best!

  I used whisper white, pacific point, and wild wasabi cardstock. I used the Big Shot to create the texture on the cardbase using the vintage wallpaper embossing folder. The shape with the sentiment was made using the labels collection framelits. The flowers were made with the blossom punch and the boho blossom punch. I had to add some bling using pearl basic jewels. I almost forgot to add that I used the stampin' sponge to go around the edge of the card and the label shape. The stampin' sponge is one of my favorite tools to use while stamping.
  I am not sure if she likes these colors, but I chose them because I thought that the beyond the garden designer series paper, which is not retired, looked appropriate for a young lady. My opinion, of course!
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