Rose jar

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Rose Bouquet in Jar Mothers Day

One of the mother’s day cards I made. I gave one to a friend that lost one of her sons last year. I found this sketch and it worked perfect for two cards I made this month. I used an embossing folder which was part of the technique category of the May 2019 Inspirational Card Challenge.

I used this sketch as my inspiration.

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Watercolor 3 mason jars @ Corner Croft
Cardstock: Bazzill (Parakeet, pansy, blue oasis)
Accents/Tools: Cricut Cuttlebug Rosa embossing folder, Martha Stewart doily lace edge punch, EK Success 1/16 pop dots, cutter bee scissors

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Sushi Cards

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Sushi

Inside:
Have a rice day!
Happy Birthday!

The two sushi and front chopstick were printed out a 2nd time and then pop dotted to give it dimension.

I made this card for a friend’s friend who was turning 95 and wanted to eat sushi. She didn’t have anyone to eat sushi with her so since my husband loves sushi he volunteered! I made this card to give her at dinner. She loved it and said it was the best birthday she could ask for!

Then I had another friend that loves sushi so I made her one too!
I then had a lady see it and want one for her weekend get together with out-of-state boyfriend. They were having a sushi themed weekend.
On the inside she requested:
Are those chopsticks? or you just happy Sashimi?
He loved it and said it was going on his desk!

  • Made in March….late posting to the blog.

CHALLENGES: 
1) March Happy Mail Challenge – finally mailed it to my friend as a late birthday card.
2) March Inspirational Card Challenge – Favorites category – saved sketch from Jan 2019 Card Sketch Challenge – Sketch #2. Original found here: Freshly Made Sketches #173

SUPPLIES: 
Digital Image: Sushi Clip Art by Emily Peterson.
Patterned Paper: Sushi Digital Paper by Emily Peterson.
Cardstock: Bazzill (Raven)

Sushi - Good Times Roll

In trying to come up with the first sushi card I printed out this digital paper. I didn’t end up using it for that card but thought it would make a cute card using the same sketch but making it the focus and just a sentiment. I like how this one turned out too!

CHALLENGES: 
1) March Inspirational Card Challenge – Favorites category – saved sketch from Jan 2019 Card Sketch Challenge – Sketch #2. Original found here: Freshly Made Sketches #173
SUPPLIES: 
Digital Image: Sushi Clip Art by Emily Peterson.
Patterned Paper: Sushi Digital Paper by Emily Peterson.
Cardstock: Bazzill (Raven)

Fox for Birthday and Spring Cards

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Foxy

So I made this one first for a lady’s birthday that loves Daisies and her last name is Fox.

Since I had another paper/supplies left over for one more card I made it into a Spring card.

Foxy - Happy Spring

I made this in March just late publishing it!

CHALLENGES: 
1) March 2019 Card Sketch Challenge – Sketch #1.
Original sketch found here: https://poeticartistry.blogspot.com/2018/11/mojo-monday-502.html

2) March Inspirational Card Challenge – Theme – Spring.

SUPPLIES: 
Image: Girl Fox @ Miss Kate Cuttables
SVG File: Daisy
Cardstock: Bazzill
Patterned Paper: Doodlebug
Accents/Tools: Fiskars scallop edge punch,

Teacup Pansies

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Sending You Love

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Panda Love pink

So I almost forgot to check out the monthly image at Gerda Steiner Designs. I’m so glad I checked with a few days left because it was this adorable panda. So I pulled out some new Queen & Co paper I bought and asked my husband to color it up in photoshop to match. My printer prints darker and not always the color on the screen so the first print was more green (see 2nd version) then the color in the striped paper. So after several attempts we got the color to match the papers and that is this version! I used Atlantic Hearts Sketch #248 as my inspiration.

CHALLENGES:
Jan Inspirational Card Challenge – Favorites – Atlantic Hearts Sketch #248.

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Panda in Love @ Gerda Steiner Designs
Inks: digital image colored in Photoshop by my husband and then printed on a Canon Inkjet Printer
Cardstock: Bazzill (Watermelon, Rain, SeaSalt)
Patterned Paper: Queen & Co (Heart Throb)
Accents/Tools: EK Success concave corner punch, black braiding cord, Queen & Co epoxy dots – Teal

Panda Love green

I didn’t want to waste the first print out so I found paper that matched it and made this version. Well good thing I did because a lady bought one of each for her nieces!

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Panda in Love @ Gerda Steiner Designs
Inks: digital image colored in Photoshop by my husband and then printed on a Canon Inkjet Printer
Cardstock: Bazzill (Flamingo, Lagoon)
Patterned Paper: Queen & Co (Heart Throb)
Accents/Tools: EK Success concave corner punch, black braiding cord, Epoxy dots

Things that fly

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So the theme of the December Inspirational Card Challenge at Scrapbook.com was Things that Fly. Here are two cards I made.

Unicorn Magical Birthday

I had a request for a 7th birthday party with the theme of unicorns and rainbows. She sent me this card as an ideal of what she liked. The original card has rainbow lines behind the unicorn that reminded me of the paint splatter stamps that TexasMomOf4 always used so I had to buy some! So I finally got them out after having the stamps over a year! I found the unicorn digital stamp at Huckleberry Hearts. I used sketch #2 from November Card Sketch Challenge. Original sketch found at Taylored Expressions.

CHALLENGES:
1) December Inspirational Card Challenge @ scrapbook.com – Theme – things that fly. In a magical world I think unicorns fly!

SUPPLIES:
Digital Stamp: Rainbow Unicorn from Huckleberry Hearts
Cardstock: Bazzill (Berry Sensation, Yosemite, African Daisy, Pansy)
Accents/Tools: Doodlebug Sprinkles (rainbow hearts), Queen and Co rhinestones, Cuttlebug dots embossing folder, EK Success 1/16 pop dots, Your Next Stamp (paint swooshes and splatters)

Butterfly - remake.JPG

I made a card like this out of different doodlebug paper to send to a couple friends. Never got them sent 😦 I thought I had posted the Friend card but couldn’t find it in my files. Well several ladies at my card sell requested it as a Birthday Card instead of a friend card. So this is the Birthday Version.

CHALLENGES:
1) December Inspirational Card Challenge -theme – things that fly.

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: Bazzill (bubblegum, rain)
Patterned Paper: Doodlebug Sugar Shoppe
Accents/Tools: Memory Box Co (Marielle butterflies, Cascadia Butterfly trio, rhinestones, xyron x, scor-tape

Skeleton Scarecrow

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Skeleton Scarecrow Halloween

So one of the girls at work wanted a Halloween card for her mom that likes scarecrows. Free Dearie Dolls has a ton of scarecrow images. She just happened to have this skeleton scarecrow and the girl said it was perfect. Then she said “make it spooky”! Well this is as spooky as I could get with the spooky cute image! She loves it so that is good! I used Sketch #4 from the October Card Sketch Challenge.

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Scary Scarecrow @ Free Dearie Dolls Digi Stamps
Inks: Pre-colored digital image printed on a Canon Inkjet Printer
Cardstock: Bazzill (Pumpkin patch, Raven, White)
Patterned Paper: Bo Bunny (Dem Bones 2006)
Accents/Tools: Darice Embossing Folder (Crackle), Target Twine, Old skeleton brad

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