Sunday, February 22, 2015

February cards and challenges.

February 1

 Seongsook challenged us to make a dog or puppy card.  So I whipped this one out.





Sentiment - computer generated
Image - Whipper Snapper Designs / Farley
Modified OWH Sketch #215
Colored with Copics
DP - Bo Bunny / Prairie Chic
CS - Gina K Designs Pure Luxury / Blue Denim
Kraft - stash



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February 2
Assorted cards for my OWH box and some kits for OWH card making parties.

These four were using OWH Sketch #83 and a Basic Grey 6x6 pad / Kissing Booth.









This one used scraps from my BoBunny Prairie Chic stack.  And then I made these...

 These sentiments were a new set I got recently at Molly's Craft Shack, by Heartfelt Creations / Moments with You.






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The design paper used on these love and Valentine cards was in my stash.  The "love" script stamp is from a SU set.
The "love" die cut was made using a Lawn Fawn die.  
Images are from a 12x12 stack of Valentine & Easter paper I received last year when I attended a fancy fold class taught by Sandy Allnock at Impress Rubber Stamps in Tukwila.








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I made some other love cards that went into my OWH box...






And these two were made using doilies from a  challenge we had on Seongsook's Stampers.





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These were made into card kits for our card parties.



Card 1 - Happy Birthday (x3) is a Sketch I got from Paper Crafts Magazine.  That's a SU sentiment, SU Candle paper, SU Real Red, Gumball Green and Tempting Turquoise ink.  Ribbon is from my stash.  The button is from a CTMH set, punched out and matted on the turquoise piece cut out with a Cuttle-Bug round die.
Card 2 - You Float My Boat was made with handmade paper, the Sentiment and image are from Lawn Fawn / You Float My Boat, sail is colored with a Copic marker, Ink - SU / Midnight Muse.
Card 3 - How Many Fingers Are You? - Inkadinkado, gingham paper is CTMH, musical note paper - stash, Dark Navy CS - SU.


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Another card kit.


Sentiment - Impression Obsession
DP - DCWV Gilded Paper Stask
Ink - Memento / Tuxedo Black
Brads - stash


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About the middle of the month, I had a hankering to finally do some coffee cards as Cora challenged us LAST SEPTEMBER!  OK, so sometimes I have to think about things awhile.  :)





Sentiment - computer generated
(This was a meme that came across FB and I thought it would be perfect for a coffee card.)
Coffee image - SU / Morning Coffee set
DP - stash
CS - SE Early Espresso
Cuttle Bug embossing folder on the dark brown mat
Ink - SU / Chocolate Chip
Baker's twine - stash




Sentiment - computer generated
(Another meme from FB, although I altered the wording slightly)
Image - SU / Morning Coffee
Darice embossing folder for brown mat
CS - SU / Early Espresso
Ink - SU / Primrose Petals
Heart shaped paper clip - stash


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Sentiment - computer generated
(Another perfect meme...I couldn't resist making it into a card.)
CS - DCWV Tattered Time Stack
Mug image - TPC Studio / Coffee Time
Ink - SU / Baked Brown Sugar
Ribbon - stash


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The following masculine cards were made using scraps just in the last week.  
Sentiments are from various OWH fund raising stamp sets.



(Mr. Fix It and It's a Guy Thing, were sentiments on a stack of masculine themed papers that I cut out individually.)



 

 

 

(This sentiment was also cut from that masculine stack.)


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Last week Mavis Hartmann issued a challenge for humorous cards.  I know it's very simple, but the background paper was so pretty, and busy, I didn't think this needed anything else added to it.  But that's just me.





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And here are some more using up scraps.





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The following were made using some of the very last scraps of this lovely shimmery dragon fly paper I have been hoarding forever.  I thought they turned out nicely.
Some for my OWH box and some for my personal stash.











Whew, I didn't realize I hadn't been updating my blog so excuse the length of this post.  I guess it's because I've been making cards!  I'm going to do one more addition with my ODBD Challenge for Feb, then back to my craft table!

Thanks for stopping by.  




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