Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Paper Crafting Wednesday

Here are some cards that I made last week. Again, they are simple to make and these ones require nothing but a stamp, ink, and paper -- with the exception of the one that is embossed.

No you haven't been too long in front of the computer (or maybe you have :0)). I didn't see that my focus was off until I uploaded this picture. I think this one needs a little more a verse at the bottom perhaps...

The lower right hand corner is embossed. You use a fancy shmancy machine for it.

The little "blobs" on this one are butterflies that I punched out to give it some texture.

If you would like to see work by more creative ladies, check out Paper Crafting Wednesday over at Kelli's blog. She has step by step instructions for some beautiful cards!!

P.S. This is my 300th post, so stayed tuned for a giveaway real soon :0)!

9 comments:

  1. All of them are so pretty, but I especially like the first one! The stamp is lovely, and combined with the green and purple, it's perfect!

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  2. Wow! Congrats on your 300th post! I really like how you added texture to that last card with the little butterflies... very creative! :o)

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  3. What lovely cards. Love the colours choosen you have a great eye for colours.

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  4. Very cute cards. I see stamps from Stampin Up!

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  5. You did a really nice job on all your cards. I really like the purple one with the butterflies.

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  6. Thank you -- each one of you!

    My Stampin' Up consultant is awesome at coming up with the colours.

    So yes, Kim, you're right you see Stampin' Up stamps:0).

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  7. Hi there,
    Thanks for your comment on my blog. I just noticed that you're in Canada, I'm in BC. Where are you?
    Sandpiper
    http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/Sandpiper/

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  8. congrats on 300! Thanks for sharing your pretty cards!
    Carolina
    http://www.barrfamilytidbits.blogspot.com

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  9. I see that your a Stampin' UP! gal too!

    I love your butterfies technique!

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