It has taken two days to make three cards, but here they are! I am happy with how they turned out!
This is the card that I made for my Granddaughter to give her on her actual birthday. I used Hearth & Home Thinlits Dies from Stampin' Up!and the stamp is Darcie's heart & home that I bought from Doodlebug Craft Store in Jasper, IN. The inside is Stampin' Up! Large Number framlits dies and Number of Years Stamp set. I also used Stampin' Up! Brick Wall Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.
This is the card my "little princess" will get at her party Saturday. I used another Darcie's heart and home stamp set for the princess and the sentiment. I used diamond press hexagon metal dies that I got from HSN along with Diesire Glass Slipper metal die. I used CTMH pink glitter paper for the glass slipper.
I made this for my nephew that just recently got married. I used another Diesire metal die, called Wedding Bell. the sentiment is from CTMH "I…
I love my Cookie Cutter Builder Punch, when I was looking through Pinterest I saw a bunny cookie and thought to myself....hey this looks like my Cookie Cutter Builder Punch.
I used Highland Heather cardstock: For the base 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 scored at 4 1/4 the first layer is cut at 5 1/4 x 4 Embossed with the Basket Weave Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder Cookie Cutter Builder Punch
Shimmery White Cardstock: Circle Die Cookie Cutter Builder Punch Gingham Gala Designer Paper ~ Highland Heather Starburst Punch Stamp Sets: Burlap Background Stamp Best Bunny (face) Ink: Highland Heather Black Memento
I watched my granddaughter a couple of weeks ago when she was sick, and she told me that I hadn't sent her any cards for a while (she is 3) and she misses them. So I took some time today to make her an Easter card. I used a stamp from CTMH and some paper that I got from my daughter for the dots and CTMH for the card base. I also used Stampin' Up! stitched framelit circle die (I love these!)
I did some coloring with some old water color pencils that I have had for a long time and the green is a marker.
My craft room is coming along, my cabinets are painted! Now comes the fun part~organizing everything! Yuk!!