Saturday, April 4, 2009

Some Cards to See!

I've been playing a bit in my scramp room and thought I'd post a few cards I made. Hope you enjoy them.

This card uses PaperTrey Ink cardstock (Sweet Blush and Chocolate Brown) and Ink (chocolate brown). The Damask stamp is from Target's $1 spot and the bon bon is from Savvy stamps. The patterned paper is from Basic Grey Bittersweet line. The punch is a Martha punch and the ribbon and button are from my stash. I also used fine glitter over diamond glaze to cover the bon bon. Copic markers were used to color the bon bon.

This is my favorite card that I've made recently. I jokingly call my DH and my grandson the "Velcro Boys" as they are continually stuck together. When I found this stamp, I thought it was perfect. The Monkey stamp is from Stampendous. The background letters (spelling GRAMPS) are Papertrey Ink's Fresh Alphabet and I spelled out "Best Bud's" using Papertrey Ink's Simple Alphabet. The cardstock is White, Spring Rain and True Black from Papertrey Ink as is the True Black ink. I colored the image with Copic markers and I used the EK success "Swiss Cheese" punch at the bottom of the card. The ribbon and button are from my stash.

This card gave me a chance to try a little experiment with the "Out on a Limb" set from Papertrey Ink. I used "True Black and Fresh Snow" ink to make the branch and flowers. The little doll is from the "4 Dolls" set from Hero Arts. It is such a cute set. I colored her face with Copic Markers and paper pieced her dress with paper from my stash.

This last card uses paper, stamps and ink from Papertrey Ink. It's the Honey Bees stamp set. I make the the Bee Hive from a Quickutz die.


Babies- Beth said...

wow! You've been busy! I love the Grampa card, I have a GS and his 'Poppy' and he are just like that!!

Katy said...

Very cute! I love the stampendous set. I have an order thats going out for some! Can't wait. Happy Easter!

peggysue said...

I really like the honeybees card, I own that set but for some reason find it difficult to use. TFS!