Beth over at Sunflowers and Dragonflies challenged us with a Canadian theme this week. I decided to make a recipe card using an SEI paper pack with some vellum that I embossed using one of my cuttlebug folders. The recipe is a Canadian recipe that I printed onto white cardstock. I then stamped maple leaves onto the right side of the cardstock using versamark ink to give it that tone on tone look. The coordinated photo corners were made from scraps and all layers were assembled and adhered to a CTMH textured base. Enjoy! K
Friday, November 20, 2009
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Today I am sharing a card that I created for the Sunflowers and Dragonflies Challenge. It has a Fish and Sea feel. I used a lot of coordinating K and Co pieces to pull this together. I also used some CTMH Twilight cardstock. All items were aged with Antique Linen Distress Ink. I hope that you enjoy this as much as I enjoyed creating it. Thanks for stopping by today. K
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Today, I created this card for Priscilla's sketch challenge. I loved the challenge. I used some K and Co. papers with coordinated embellies to create the card. I decided to make it a 6 X 6 card, to enlarge my work surface...*:) Sometimes that is definitely needed when you are working with fun papers and fun embellies. I added some antique letters, a prima flower, polka dot ribbon and a chatter box brad to finish off the card. I was able to layer this on a slightly aged CTMH coordinated base. Enjoy!
Monday, November 2, 2009
How did Beth over at Sunflowers and Dragonflies know that I love FLOWERS??? Ha!!!Yes, the challenge is to use flowers. I used some lovely primas with DCWV's Green Stack (70% recycled). I started this 6 X 6 card by sanding the papers for a more worn look. Then came the layers--coordinated CTMH cardstock was used as well as embossed vellum. I used some chipboard pieces from the Green Stack collection, some CTMH Rub-ons, dew drops, ribbon and chatterbox brad. Flowers add so much to any project. I absolutely love creating with them. Enjoy!!!