Saturday, October 10, 2015
Jeanette was our hostess this round and she chose this cool Halloween image from Starvingartist stamps. It's a large sized image so I made a 5 1/2" square card. The background paper is from Hobby Lobby, the burlap ribbon is from Target an the witch hat is from Martha Stewart. Can't wait to see what the next round will bring.
Posted by Linda at 11:09 AM
Friday, October 2, 2015
Gael is our hostess this round for the Sisterhood. She requested that we choose a Broadway musical and make our card relating to that theme. I haven't been to see very many musicals (hubby is not a fan), but I realized that the Lion King would work. I bought a set of Lion King stamps off ebay a few years back when I realized there was such a thing. It's always been a favorite kid movie of mine. It came out in the movies 2 weeks after my oldest daughter was born and was our first "date night" as new mom and dad. (grandma gladly babysat and we didn't go for opening day). I printed my background paper from an online image for the opening of the play in London (sure would like to go see it there).
Posted by Linda at 6:36 AM
Monday, September 21, 2015
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
I'm truly addicted to these Sizzix cardmaking dies. It's so fun to cut everything up in the big shot and sit and glue everything together. My papers are from a DCWV paper stack called Lemon Flower. I tried to go on the elegant side and added a little sparkly bling.
Posted by Linda at 4:54 AM
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Our second daughter just celebrated her big milestone 16th birthday. She's not a big cardmaker, but enjoys and appreciates the thoughtfulness of a homemade card. She's not into the frilly "sweet 16" girly party themes so I tried to keep it more her style. The papers are from a Spring 6x6 paper pack I picked up in AC Moore a few months back.
Here's her party invitation (my idea/card choice)