Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Card Share: "Happy Spring" and "Hello"

Thank you for stopping by, it is so great to share paper crafting with all of you. I appreciate you being here. Today I have two cards to share with you. The first card was originally inspired by a challenge at Studio Calico for National Scrapbooking Day last week. The challenge was to use a stamp on patterned paper (I chose a simple grid pattern.) Here is what I came up with.


The second card was inspired by a sketch over at Studio Calico for National Scrapbooking Day. You can find the sketch HERE. The original card design was created by Maile Belles.



Supplies Used:

"Happy Spring"

  • Lily Bee Handmade-Pink Lemonade
  • Lily Bee Stationary Linen
  • Studio Calico 12 x 12 grid paper  
  • Studio Calico block party card kit stamp
  • Martha Stewart Circle Punches
  • Martha Stewart butterfly punches
  • Small Butterfly Punch-Marvy Uchida
  • Flower stem and leaves- hand cut from unknown scrap paper
  • Queen and Company Twinkle Glitter Glaze
  • Studio Calico Mister Huey in Shine (misted over entire card front)
"Hello"

  • Lily Bee 6 x 6 paper pad Buttercup collection
  • Lily Bee ABC Stickers-Buttercup
  • Lily Bee Buttercup stickers
  • Studio Calico 12 x 12 Grid paper
  • Studio Calico chevron stamp
  • Hero Arts chalk ink in Wet Cement
Have you been creating any fun cards lately? What are the types of cards you make in the spring? I am trying to think of some new categories for spring besides the typical graduation, Mother's Day, Father's Day, etc... Do you have any ideas? I am making new cards for my rapidly depleting card stash and I could use a little help. Let's talk cards.

I will be back tomorrow with another "Scrapbook Organization Thursdays" and will be discussing different ways to keep track of scrappy projects, cards, and other things we are working on, or plan to accomplish in the near future. I will be describing a few different suggestions to help keep you organized. These suggestions really help me spend more time creating and less time asking, "What was I going to work on again when I had time?" If any of this sounds familiar, be sure to check back on Thursday, I would love to have you.

Until next time, Happy Scrappin'

xoxox

Toni


17 comments:

  1. Very nice! I love the soft colors.

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    1. Thank you Cindy. I just love Spring.

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    1. Thank you for the lovely compliment Michelle

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  3. Very sweet cards, love the clean designs!

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    1. Thanks Kimberly, I don't make fussy cards, love them, but I just can't do it. LOL.

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  4. Super sweet cards! Love the soft colors!!

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  5. these are great! I make mother's day cards in the spring, but I also have many friends with spring birthdays so April and May are busy months for me when it comes to birthday cards. I know some people start their thanksgiving cards in the fall but I am not that organized yet!

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    1. oops I meant some people start their thanksgiving cards in the spring (for fall) ... :)

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    2. That is a great idea. I do like to send fall cards. I love Halloween cards, LOL. The colors are so fun. Thank you for your comment.

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  6. Great cards, love the lollipop flower on the first one :)

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  7. Thesse are so cute. Sure to bring a smile to someones face!"

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