Saturday, October 1, 2011

World Card Making Day

Here's the first card of the day, pre-breakfast:
I wanted to make this card to honor the dandelions on my blog (in the upper right hand corner).  The sheer ribbon is actually curly, until you squash it flat onto the bed of the scanner.  I plan to make some cards for Operation Write Home today but this will not be one of them because I put glitter on the dandelion.  Glitter is a no-no for Operation Write Home cards.  The day is still young!

The Fine Print: Stamp by Stamp Rosa (HM now distributed by Stampabilities), colored with Copic markers.

I have a stack of pre-printed patterned background cards on my desk, so I thought I'd try to use them:
 The Fine Print: "Happy Birthday" by Endless Creations, cake by DeNami Designs, Snowman by A Muse Studio "Chill of Winter" set, "warm wishes" by Hero Arts, patterned cards by DCWV.

And some more patterned background cards:
 
 The Fine Print: Bursting Blooms by AMuse Artstamps, "Smile", bubblegum ink and ribbon by A Muse Studio, "Good Day" saying and girl by Inkadinkado, patterned cards by DCWV.

Continuing the patterned card theme:
The Fine Print: "Autumn a Second Spring" by Stampendous, Leaf Punch by EK Success, glitter paper by DCWV, Pirate Girl by unknown (image given to me), patterned cards by DCWV.

And a couple other ones and then it is beddy-bye time:
 The Fine Print: Chandelier card stamps and bling by A Muse Studio, Not Feeling So Hot stamp by Copper Leaf Creations, peppers cut out from paper "fabric sample"

4 comments:

Frozenstamper said...

WooHoo, Judy! Great Blogging!

Lori Barnett said...

GIT-R-DONE Judy!!!! You are now with A Muse and have a BLOG??!!!! WOOHOO!!! Now you will know ALL of OUR dark secrets *wink* lol!!!!

Tanya said...

Oh I love the Pirate Card...it looks like a Magnolia Girl to me=) I also love the Thinking of You card...black and white always make for such elegant cards! Glad to see you have a blog now, welcome to the blogging world=)

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Oh! Magnolia! Yes, I'm sure that is it. I knew it was either a Magnolia or a Tilda, but I didn't know which was which.