Saturday, 29 December 2007

Thinking of You

Another card made at the same time as the two Thank You cards posted on 23rd December.... similar style and colours, although this card is much larger (4.5" x 4.5"). Quick and simple to make!

Friday, 28 December 2007

In the Spotlight

A quick card made using a couple of the "In the Spotlight" hostess set stamps and some Quickutz Revolution scallop circle die cuts. SU ink: Bravo Burgundy and Certainly Celery.

Tuesday, 25 December 2007

Merry Christmas!

Have a great day.

Sunday, 23 December 2007

A Little Note...

A couple of little thank you notes.

SU products: Whisper White "Love Notes" and matching envelopes; Rose Red and Whisper White cardstock; Elegant Eggplant ink; Paisley background stamp; Circle of Friendship stamp set; scallop punch; 1" circle punch; 1 1/4 inch circle punch.

Non-SU product: textured Bazzill lilac cardstock.

Monday, 17 December 2007

Merry & Bright

I've used a couple of SU sets ("In the Spotlight" and "Snow Flurries") to make this card, as well as a couple of SU circle punches and the scallop punch. I've also used a couple of scraps of patterned paper, some glitter and some May Arts ribbon.

Mix, Mingle and Be Merry

Another card created with a stamp from the "Perfect Presents" set. Again, a scrap of patterned paper was used for the background. The ribbon is a scrap (by May Arts).

I used the large and small SU tag punches to punch the stamped image and tag mount. (Ruby Red ink and card). I think the punches are a quick and easy way to create a quick card by double mounting a tag in any number of ways over a patterned background.

Let it Snow

The snowman from the "Perfect Presents" set (one of my favourite) was stamped in Ruby Red ink and mounted on Mellow Moss card. The snowman background paper is non-SU (it's a scrap of Basic Grey paper which I found lying on my desk and it seemed an ideal match!), as is the ribbon (again, a scrap from my desk; I'm trying to be diligent by using up bits and pieces). I like the effect. This is a Christmas card for a friend who loves snow!

With Sympathy

I hate making sympathy cards. I think I've made a total of three; I usually buy them instead. On that basis, I didn't have a Stampin' Up set which was entirely suitable; "Close as a Memory" is an appropriate set, but I don't have it yet. The only "sympathy" stamp I have is the (non-SU) one shown in the photo. I used it with the Carte Postale set (for the leaf within the circle/scallop) and matching wheel for the background. The background ink is Old Olive. I think it works - it's quite simple and plain and that's what I wanted.