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Daisy Thank You Card This was a thank you card I made for someone who gave me something very special. It was a really quick, simple, elegant, and cute card to make. I love it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discontinued Supplies: SU! Big Shot Die Flowers, Daisies #2, SU! large white brads, Pretty in Pink card stock.

Love Bug Card

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am moving earlier blog posts from my old site to this one. This was a card I made based on a variation of a 3-D project. I found the original idea on this web-site http://www.mypapercrafting.com/2012/01/qq-spellbinders-sneak-peek-3.html and had to make this cute bug work with Stampin’ Up! punches (note: I did cut the oval head pieces and the eyes out on my Cricut so the proportions would look great!).

Discontinued Supplies: Scalloped Heart of Hearts Embosslit, Pretty in Pink card stock, Regal Rose card stock, and Pretty in Pink stamp pad.

note: I used one of the itty bitty punch pack circles to punch the nose, but I’m going to include the owl punch which would substitute well for the nose.

 

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A friend needed a birthday card for her dad and wanted to make it herself. She came over and this was the result of our endeavors. Love this card!

Birthday Card

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discontinued Supplies: SU! Up, Up, & Away Stamp Set, SU! Designer Series Paper (I was trying to use up scraps), and SU! Poppy Parade ink pad.

 

I am really on a roll. I received an update from http://livelovecards.com and went to explore what was new and came across the March card challenge using a stencil. My first thought was making a gingham type background using the stripe stencil from Stampin’ UP! I placed it on the diagonal and sponged using Wild Wasabi and Old Olive inks. I tapered the amount of ink on one side of the card as a highlight effect.

The next step was going through my framelits to determine what type of mat I wanted; then, on to finding the right stamp set. I was inspired by a couple of bird nests on our front porch, and it is really warm here in Georgia, and Spring is right around the corner, and. . . . . .  So, I chose Nature Walk utilizing the bird with its nest popping off the page.

Here is the challenge card I made for Live-Love-Cards:

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Stamp Set: Nature’s Walk (discontinued)
Stampin’ Write Marker (discontinued): More Mustard (Crushed Curry would work as well)
Nest: Pulled apart the ribbons and then glued to card

 

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