I have a couple more cards to share from one of our SAS4Kids cardmakers:) Once again, I will show you two cards from Nanci S. from Rotonda West, FL. Nanci makes really wonderful cards! 🙂
Look at this great card for a boy…..or a girl who likes hockey;) I’m going to enter this card into the Challenge blog over at Send A Smile 4 Kids:) The current challenge is For The Boys, and Nanci’s card fits the bill:) It’s also made with Stampin’ Up! papers:) This is a wonderful card for a boy, great layout and coloring! Sure to please any young person:)
How cute is this single stamp from Stampin’ Up!, Kind Koala?! Super easy with the stamp , some Stampin’ Up! paper, and Stampin’ Write Markers! This card would be good for a boy or a girl:) I love how she used a marker to draw a border around the main image! 🙂
I’ve posted on my other blog today as well, so I think it’s off to bed for me! It’s been a really long day!
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed the cards:) Hope to see you soon! 🙂
I know, it’s been a while, I have been so busy! I don’t even have a card I made today. I do have a card made by a wonderful person who’s making cards for Send A Smile 4 Kids! 🙂 Her name is Nanci Simmons, and she is a really sweet person and a very good card maker! 🙂
I have been collecting cards for Send A Smile 4 Kids and I take them to the hospital for the kids:) Nanci sent me a batch of cards that I thought were so cute, and made with Stampin’ Up! products, that I asked if I could share some on my blog. She said I could so I will be sharing a number of them over the next week for you all to enjoy:)
I have two for you today:
You can see these are both very much alike, yet different:) I love the DSP and the ribbons. The ribbons and the central image set them apart. I think the one on top would be good for a girl, and the bottom one would be good for a boy. Just my opinion, who knows what the hospital will think;)
I think Nanci has done a great job of making cards for the kids, I hope you enjoy them too! 🙂
Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ll come again:) I also have a second blog that you can visit HERE. I actually have more cards over there so take a look:)
I’m sorry I’ve been gone so long:( I wish I could say I was all moved in and done unpacking, but that’s not the case:( Having an almost 2 year old toddler keeps me pretty busy most of the day!
Anyway…..I have a card for you today and another one will be posted tomorrow. That’s the plan anyway;)
For today, I have a card for the Friday Mashup #95. Hop over there and take a peek at the other cards posted:)
So here is the “Mashup” Challenge:
- Make a project with the colors “Raspberry Ripple, Daffodil Delight & Old Olive“.
- Or Make a project “Creating your own Sentiment (No Stamps, Stickers, Chipboard etc.).
- Or “Mash it Up” and create a project “With your own Sentiment using the Colors above”
I like to make my own sentiments, but today I haven’t added one yet. I’m not sure who will get it yet;) So here is my card:
Looks pretty simple? Well, it would have been if I didn’t make my own Daffodil dotted paper! I’m still learning about My Digital Studio, so I opened Daffodil Delight in Print Shop. I cropped a circle, made it small and duplicated it into a row. Then I duped more rows until I felt I had enough for my project. I think it adds a nice cheerful look:)
Thanks for coming by today, and for those of you who are following me, I really appreciate it! See you soon:)
It’s another Merry Monday! 🙂 This card is for Merry Monday # 40. I had no idea when I started with this challenge last January, that I would still be making Christmas cards. Here it is November and I have all my cards done, with extras 🙂 !
Here is the sketch for this week:
I know, it looks simple, but the simple ones are sometimes the hardest;) Here is my card, you can click on it to make it larger:
Wow, did I have a hard time taking a photo of this card! I have to say the photo just doesn’t do it justice:( This card is sparkly and bright! I will add another photo at the end. This card is all Stampin’ Up!
I used Basic Black for the back and added Silver Glimmer Paper on top of that. The dots are a clear acetate with black dots from Specialty paper Night and Day (retired). I then layered some Whisper White Organza Ribbon and made a bow. Lastly, I added my sentiment from The Sounding Joy.
I’ve made quite a few B&W cards this year. I think they are so elegant, I hope you agree:)
Here’s another look:
I just can’t make my photos show how truly sparkly and beautiful this card really is:(
Head over to Merry Monday for this and other wonderful cards! There’s still time to join the fun! 🙂
Thanks for coming by today, have a great weekend! 🙂