Wednesday, August 18, 2010

New Scraps Cards

 Good morning! I have some new cards to share with you today. I've told you I've been cleaning through the stash, well, in doing so, I've cleaned through my scraps and card making box, and found some old supplies I wanted to play with. First, I bought a card sheet from October Afternoon and took out all the cards. I made this cute baby card

 I used some Reminisce wood grain and brown papers, a scrap of WRMK green and added the Oct. Aft. card, used K&Co letters, an old Anna Griffin felt sticker and a BB button with twine.

This card is another made with the Oct. Aft. cards, and stickers as well. I turned the one card around and just used it as a paper block. The green paper is gcd studios and I added a piece of the Oct. Aft. sticker border. then I popped up the card, added a flower sticker on foam tape ( glue arts) and cut two leaves and tucked them under the card. More of those K&Co letters finish it off.

Next, is a Hero Arts stamped card I created. First I stamped the flowers on the kraft, and did it again on white cardstock. I used watercolor pencils and a water brush to color them in, fussy cutting them out, then popdotting them onto the kraft. I used gcd studios paper for the background, adding in a frame I made in WordArt, then stamped more Hero Arts greetings on the frame, and a strip of the salmon cardstock. I also added a couple gems and a button to the card.

lastly for today, a bookmark!! I made this with a scrap of chipboard, a crumpled piece of cream paper, and Oct. Aft. stickers and card. I added a second card over the blue flower card, then added a strip of sticker. I added this milk cap sticker, with a small flower and big button, plus added a couple sticker flowers to the bottom. I added the type letters- also Oct. Aft. and sewed across the bottom of them. I added this old letter stamped twill for the top and tied it on with some twine.

That is all for today, Have a terrific afternoon!


Jillian Deiling Cassity said...

adorable cards, love them!

Sharla said...

Love your the look of the wood grain..too cute!