Wednesday, November 12, 2008

More stamping fun!

yeah- I get obsessed- that's how I do.
I actually don't have a whole lot of stamps- mostly I have a bunch of alphabets that I bought when that was the scrapping craze. but shapes and stuff- I don't tend to buy a lot- just cause for a long time I didn't know what to really do with them. I love the look of stamps- but am not a big fan of a flat card, so I needed a way to make them dimensional.
so I'm still stamping with my limited amounts of stamps.
love how this card turned out tho!
if you like these stamps from Cornish Heritage Farms by Kim Hughes- go check them out- they aren't too small and they really are versatile. here is a link of what they offer.
so supplies for this- I used bobunny papers, the X stitching stamp is bobunny as well.
I stamped on a piece of packaging and cut it out, using staz on ink- the bird is from inkadinkado.
used some of that Queen and Co felt I've been hoarding, and the HELLO stamp is from Cornish Heritage Farms. I so love the look of the stamped image on the clear. and of course- LOVE the texture from the piece of corrugated cardboard.

Sorry this one isn't as bright- I wanted to get it uploaded tonight- and the sun was setting so it was getting a bit dark. Papers are Bobunny, Prima flowers, MM brads, and inkadinkado stamp for the owl.
Another Cornish Heritage Farms stamp for the Thank you. and some pearls from Mikes
thanks for stopping by tonight!


Desire Fourie said...

Oh wow this is gorgeous ... actually your creative work is stunning. Your cards have loads of dimension and beautiful colour combos. Hugs from Desire

Julia said...

I'm right there with you toots on the stamping! ALthough that Owl card is just too cute! You can work a stamp..that I am sure of!

~dawne said...

Well, your stamping skills look fab to me!! Love that owl card best, but they are both great!!

Fink said...

I just love the owl card!

Sherry Wright said...

These are both amazing.. love how you used the Q&Co. and the stamps. Hope you're having a great weekend!

Heidi Van Laar said...

I totally get what you are saying about stamps. I have some, but mostly I use them for sentiments...not the focal point. LOVE what you did with these though! Nothing too flat about these at all. (-:

carolann said...

Fantastic cards hun WTG xxxx