Saturday, March 19, 2011

Wedding, Birthday and Sympathy

I've been busy this week. I've spent some time in my craft room, but mostly working on my Easter chicks for my favors (previous post). I did get three cards made yesterday which I am pleased with.

The first card was inspired by Welcome Baby Dear.

Card is 4 1/2" square

Supplies used: cardstock - cream; patterned paper - Mabel "Love" Letters and Hazel "Mother" Meadow papers in Stella Rose by My Minds Eye; pearl trim - JoAnn's; ribbon - my stash; corsage pin - Michael's; beads - my stash; scallop oval punch - Stampin' Up; rub on sentiment - Woodhaven by ColorBok; chestnut memory marker by American Crafts.

My second card was inspired by Vinatge Wishes. I loved the paper they used with the vinatge sewing pattern image.

Card is 4 1/4 X 5 1/2

Supplies used: cardstock - cream; patterned paper - Daydream in Le" Romantique collection by Graphic 45 and rose water in Curio by Basic Grey; flourishes - Elegance pillow stickers by K & Company; flower - Fleurs de Prima by Prima; rub on sentiment - Kate sidekicks miniMarks by American Crafts; metal trim embellishment - my stash.

The third card for today was inspired by Our Thoughts Are With You, which is a very pretty sympathy card.

Card is 4 1/4 x 5 1/2

Supplies used: cardstock - light grey - patterned paper - Carefree "Graceful" Pattern Petite and Carefree "Precious" Pretty Petals both by My Minds Eye; ribbon - thrift store; pearl trim - JoAnn's; rub on sentiment - Support/Sympathy by Timeless Transfers; small rose flowers - Walmart.

I hope you enjoyed todays cards.
Have a wonderful Saturday!


Mom said...

All of these cards are beautiful. I could not pick a favorite. The embellishments you used for each of the cards are so perfect. Great Carding !

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Karen said...

These are beautiful! Do you actually send these to people or are you keeping them all?

Sunny Dee said...

Great job, mom! You always seem to know what to do to make it top notch!

cklopping said...

I think the magazine has the wrong person making their cards! They should take a look at what you do! These are beautiful cards and would be a gift in themselves to receive!