Wonder Woman Bravery

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Wonder Woman Hero

Inside: You deflected that illness like Wonder Woman stopped bullets! (My friend and I came up with the saying….I have the bestest friend!)

One of our co-workers daughter fought an unknown illness recently which was during her senior year of high school. Through all the test and surgeries they didn’t know if it was cancer or not. They just found out last month that it is NOT cancer!! So we wanted her to know how tough she was through this all and how proud we were of her bravery. The family loves comic books so we thought Wonder Woman was appropriate for the occasion!

CHALLENGES:
1) July Inspirational Card Challenge – theme – vintage/retro. This is a pretty retro wonder woman!!
2) Cardmakers Card Challenge – sketch #8 – I decided to make mine square instead of rectangle. Then I moved the circle from the right to the left and made it a rectangle. And instead of flags on the bottom I did another rectangle.
the original sketch is from Always Playing with Paper found here: http://alwaysplayingwithpaper.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-challenge-4-million-one.html

SUPPLIES:
Stickers: Creative Imaginations (Wonder Woman)
Accents/Tools: The Paper Studio Embossing Folder (stars), EK Success 1/16 pop up dots

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Superdad

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Super Dad

A friend had a special request for a co-worker that was trying to adopt his son. The son had called him superdad after a particular day that he was being superdad!! My friend wanted elements from the story in the image. Since I can’t draw stick figures I reached out to Mary Ellen of Dearie Dolls to see if she could/would draw the image up for me. She truly is a Dearie Doll and my angel because she drew this image just for my friends card!! And she nailed it and had everything on there (bear, diapers, baby, bottle on belt)!! When my friend gave it to his co-worker he smiled from ear to ear…and caught himself before crying. This card made his day. Thanks Mary Ellen for making several of us happy and filled with joy!! She has not put this image on her site since it was a special request BUT she stated if you emailed her asking for it she will send it to you… deariedolls@gmail.com. Just note hers does not have a goatee because my husband added it for me! I think this image is perfect for Father’s Day.

CHALLENGES:
1) May Inspirational Card Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – Theme category – Father’s Day or masculine card

SUPPLIES:

Digital Image: Superdad @ Free Dearie Dolls Digi Stamps

Cardstock: Bazzill

Inks: pre-c0lored image printed on Canon Inkjet Printer

Accents/Tools: white brads (hobby lobby), Cricut, Elegant Edges Cricut Cartridge

Super Bird

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Stamp Preview by FromTheHeartStamps

So this is the image I received FREE for completing last months monthly challenge at From the Heart Stamps. I did not need another Father’s Day so I decided to make a birthday card.

Super Bird Balloons

And I thought his hand was perfect for holding balloons. But while I was making this card I had an ideal to make another version so that is why there are 2 cards that are similar but different!

Super Bird Stars

While making the balloon card I had an ideal to make a 4th of July card with this image and that is how this card was born. I’m still going to keep it a birthday card because of the paper I used it still doesn’t shout 4th of July to me…..that just means there might be a 3rd card with this image! I liked the stars to give it more of a super hero birthday feel.

CHALLENGES:
1) From the Heart StampsThe Digital Stamp of the Month Challenge – Use the June Stamp – Super Birdbrain and receive NEXT MONTHS IMAGE FREE.
2) June Card Sketches Challenge – Sketch #6 – use the sketch provided as inspiration. Original sketch was Sketch #68 from i {heart} sketches @ from the heart stamps
3) June Card Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – Bonus Category – Masculine Card

SUPPLIES:
Image: Super Birdbrain @ From the heart stamps
Cardstock: Bazzill
Accents/Tools: pop dots, Cricut, Basic George Cricut Cartridge
Technique: paper pieced

Superhero birthday

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My nephew turned 11 this past week….I’m a little late….better late than never, right? When I saw this image at Dearie Dolls I knew it would be perfect for him. I think Iron Man is his favorite but he loves them all.

Basket full of Toys

If you haven’t checked out http://freedeariedollsdigistamps.blogspot.com/ you need to because not only are her images adorable they are mostly FREE!! See how cute that image is….FREE!!

CHALLENGES:

1) April Card Sketch Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – Sketch #1 as my inspiration. The original sketch is I {heart} Sketches #48

Sketch048

2) Seize the Birthday – Make a birthday card.

SUPPLIES:

Digital Image: Basket full of Toys @ Dearie Dolls

Cardstock: Bazzill (Sunbeam, Lava, PaulyPoo, White)

Inks: pre-colored image printed on Canon Inkjet Printer

Accents/Tools: $1 Target Valentine Ribbon, Cricut, Basic George Cricut Cartridge, Classic Font Cricut Cartridge, pop dots

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