Saturday, April 11, 2009

Happy Saturday

I am going to go ahead and post my Cardpatterns card, though I usually wait until Monday- but since it's a rainy ucky day I have a little time today.
This sketch was so fun to work with- really different for me and brought me right out of my comfy and safe rut! LOL! Michelle treated me with these wonderful rubons from KI Memories. I used some packaging as scraps for acetate and rubbed the butterflies on then cut them out. I added a little bend to the wings as well. The journal spot is one I made in Word Art- then printed and cut out- I added the flowers to white cardstock, punched them with a 1 inch circle punch then lined them up along the side, popdotting some up. I added a ribbon and gem to the blue flower. Then I added some K&CO letters and MM tiny type letters. Super simple card, but I love it!


Next are a couple items from the Bobunny Blog. Using Abbey Road, one of my new favorite lines, I made this cute layout of Annalise. I love these pics I took of her running and laughing last summer. I hand cut the tree and all the product is Bobunny. You can get those details on the Bobunny blog, and also check out the other projects done by the talented team members.
This cute little card is probably the only EASTER card I have done this month! Easter sure did catch up to me fast. I cut the little shapes out of stickers, and everything of course is Bobunny Abbey Road line. don't you just love the colors!

Happy Easter- hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend!
kris

3 comments:

~dawne said...

LOVED your CP card Kristen. I have these rub-ons, but have only used a few & saw your card & was instantly inspired. Also love your layout & card for Bo Bunny. I love all the layering you do.

Michelle Bertuzzi said...

Never thought to use this rub-ons like what you did! Love love love this card.
Your LO is always filled with great details. Your work is the kind of inspiration where you can get inspired and try to do it (which I really love), not just get inspired and stare coz there's so many techniques you don't even know where to start. Care to share your talent?

Christina the Sassy Scrapper :) said...

I love, love, love that Easter card and those LO's are too darn cute!