Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Gift Card Holders

These are the cutest little cards. I made them for the technic challenge on split coasters. They are gift card holders!!! Here is a tutorial:
and a visual tutorial (although words are in german the pictures as they say
speak a thousand words)

This is a close up view of one of the gift-card holders. I'm practicing my watercoloring. . . It is getting better!

This is for the sketch challenge. The polka dots are dry embossed with the cuttlebug, and the tag is punched with a cuttlebug die cut. Cute, egh?

This was a technic challenge. You take a double sided pre-printed paper, and fold it many different ways to get this cool double pocket card. Here is a link to a tutorial:

This one I did a "ways to use it" challenge. We were suppossed to use rub-ons, but when I went to rub-on my sentiment I realized it was a sticker and not a rub-on!!

Another split coast stampers challenge. It was a color challenge, the colors were Certainly Celery, Chocolate Chip, and Pretty in Pink. My dogwood tree out front is blooming and looks somewhat like this pink tree :) The background is embossed with the cuttlebug, and the tag was a cuttlebug die cut also.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

For split coast sketch challenge . . . . . I am really enjoying these, they inspire me to try different designs and technics I never could have thought of myself.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Just for fun! A springy card, using a cuttlebug embossing folder for the background.
For this weeks color challenge. We needed to use groovy guava, basic grey and Oh Darn! can't remember the name blushing . . . . . a lighter pink color!!

April Card Club Cards - Sympathy Cards

By Tina
By Erin
By LeeAnn
By Rachel

Card we made together . . .

The Rest of April's Club Cards

By Brooke
By Kiersten
Woops, chopeed the edge off of this one!!
Monica's SisterBy Monica
By Roz

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Another for split coast stampers . . . a sketch challenge. The offset oval was the challenge.
A baby card . . . .

Trying different colors . . . just to see what I can come up with.