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May 4, 2007

Third One Sheet Wonder Card and Another

I get to go to San Antonio today!!! Yippee!!! I may not post tomorrow, but I will try. Today I'm going to share another one of the 5 one sheet wonder cards I have to share, along with a 2nd card that I made yesterday. I realized that of the 4 cards we made yesterday, only that first one was a CASE from the IB&C. For some reason it felt like we used it more than that for ideas, but I guess not.

Here's the one sheet wonder card:



Stamp Sets: Tag Time, Everyday Flexible Phrases
Card Stock: Certainly Celery, So Saffron, Ballet Blue, Sarah DS Paper
Ink: Ballet Blue classic ink and Marker
Accessories: White grosgrain, Piercing Tool and Guide

Here's the 2nd card:

We used the colors from the card I shared with you yesterday for this card. I wanted to use the Banana as an accent though, instead of having it be the card base. This card didn't turn out how I envisioned it. Christina's was exactly what I had in mind, because we cut her CS after we cut mine and I stamped on it. I wanted the White CS to stretch across the entire card, but because I didn't want to waste her time and I stamped the flowers a little off center but wanted them in the center, I had to trim an edge. Hers was definitely better just because of that part - she actually stamped her image in the middle - and I call myself an experienced stamper!!! :)

Stamp Sets: Big Blooms, Warm Words
Card Stock: Almost Amethyst, Vintage Violet, Barely Banana
Ink: Barely Banana, Vintage Violet, Almost Amethyst
Accessories: Soft Subtles brads, Piercing Tool and Template (to space the brads evenly), Stickles Diamond glitter

Well, I hope you enjoy the cards - I would love to know what you think! Take care!!!

5 comments:

  1. These cards are WONDERFUL!!! I love the simplicity and the colors are so fab!!! When I enlarged the photo I could really see the Stickles,,,they add so much to a stamped image. I couldn't see the paper piercing. Is it on the Eggplant? TFS.

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  2. Okay, you've sold me, I have to order that Sarah paper NOW, LOL!!!I'm sorry I didn't realize these posts were together. I thought your stitching was done by machine...amazing. TFS.HAVE BIG FUN IN SAN ANTONIO!!

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  3. Such a pretty card! I love Almost Amethyst and I really like the little pop of banana you added.

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  4. Jennifer NellenbackMay 4, 2007, 12:41:00 PM

    These are very cute cards. On the very last one, what did you use to get the flowers to look shiny??? I know it's probably something simple, but my brain isn't working too well today *sleepy*. Well I will talk to you later. Love the cards!

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  5. I love that two blues one with the banana yellow brads! I love cards that stand that way!

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