Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Some WCMD cards

My girls had a day off yesterday from school, so we hit the town shopping for birthday gifts. It was a great day to spend together as a family. I had some great finds, too. I get excited when I find something here that I can use on my cards. Paper crafting is still a novelty here, so craft stores are pretty much non-existent. I got a few ribbons and goodie bags to alter for Christmas.

I have a few cards to share with you today. The first two follow the Crazy4Challenges to use stitching on your card. First, CardPatterns has a neat sketch to use this week:

And here is my card, using an adorable snowman image from The Angel Company. The sentimentis from GinaK Designs, Warm Winter Wishes. I used Pink Pirouette and Certainly Celery CS, PP is from Rob&Bob Studios. I paper pieced the snowman's hat and scarf.

The sponsor this week is Chris Franco, an Independent Demonstrator with The Angel Company (TAC). TAC offers rubber stamps in a variety of styles, unique papers, fantastic tools and accessories. Chris will be giving away $15 Gift certificate from TAC. So, come join us!

Over the weekend, I was able to participate in a few SCS challenges in honor of World Cardmaking Day! Here are a couple of cards I made.

And here is a close up of the card. I had so much fun coloring these little flowers from my Lord of the Season set. The quote is from Elegant Verses and it fits perfectly with this image.

Other supplies used:
Paper: Chocolate Kiss, PL Ivory, Rich & Shabby digipapers
Ink: Copics, Memento Rich Cocoa
Others: lace and ribbon by Offray, pearls, MS butterfly punch


Here's a simple card highlighting one of the quotes from the Lord of the Season set. I stamped one of the topiaries in Creamy Caramel. That ribbon is from a local textile shop I found and it's a perfect match to GinaK's beautiful Soft Sand CS. I think it's supposed to be a trim for pants' hem, but I think it makes a perfect ribbon :-).

Stamps: Lord of the Season
Papers: Rocket Red,
PL Ivory, Soft Sand
Ink: Creamy Caramel, Real Red
Others: MS punch, buttons, prima flower, Spellbinders Labels 1


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17 comments:

  1. these cards are just GORGEOUS!! LOVE them!!

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  2. Gorgeous!! Gorgeous!! And Gorgeous!!!

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  3. love the card sketch- snowman pink and brown card.
    Very cute!!

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  4. Well I have to say that for someone that is in a desert of crafting stash you make some lovely cards. I think the one with the butterfly is my favourite.

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  5. Nina, all of these cards are beautiful! I have your new Lord of Season stamp set siting on my crafting table just waiting to get inked...

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  6. Love the colors of the last card. Beautiful!

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  7. These cards are ALL knock down gorgeous Nina....Wow!! Xx

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  8. Nina - glad you all had a fun family day!!!

    All of your cards are just super gorgeous!!! Awesome designs and I love your new Gina K. Set!!! Hugs ~S~

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  9. You are such a busy girl Nina. These are all so perfectly beautiful.

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  10. you've been very busy! I love the snowman card the best!

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  11. What beautiful cards, Nina!! Each one has the wonderful details! You ROCK, my friend!

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  12. Wow...these are fantastic! and I especially like the pearls and lace. Pretty!!

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  13. Wow Nina,
    How could one pick a favorite out of these. The three of them are each magnificent ! just beautiful!!The paper piecing you've done on the snowman is perfect! Is that a felt snowflake? I love the colors!
    The topiary card from your Lord of the seasons is breathtaking. The detail . . the pearls, the lace... stitching and butterfuly poping like it does is brilliant! love this card too.
    And for your third card which you refer to as simple. Is so elegant. The ribbon you found is perfect. I love the color choice as well as the buttons and edge punch you used. amazing cards.

    thanks so much for sharing!

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  14. hello

    I love the one lace just awsome Amd colors are die for.... thanks

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  15. I'm just now making my way over here from CardPatterns and your entire blog/work is so inspiring! Your cards are definately a blessing, and each is a mini work of art! Thank you for taking the time to make such a wonderful card for my sponsorship week. :) ~ Chris

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