Thursday, June 23, 2011

It's soooooo hot...

...How hot is it? It's soo hot the chickens are laying fried eggs! haha! Yea, corny I know! Thought I'd come on here and post a few cards I have made...I suffer from that Adult onset ADD I believe...get to doing one thing and then forget what I was FIXING to make a blog post, LOL! I've been making cards though! And stalking my mail lady...for the new Gina K stamps...should be here tomorrow, yay!

Here are a couple of cards I made playing along in the Featured Stamper challenge over on SCS...this past sunday it was one of my fellow Gina K DT...Tami Mayberry! so HAD to play along! LOL! Here is Tami's card I CASEd:

Tami's Sky's The Limit card

And I actually did two! Love Tami's clean style! First one follows the card pretty closely I think:

I used different DP, different stamped images and baker's twine. Then made this one:

On this card, did some layering of MFT dienamics on the bottom area, and also added a sentiment banner and no button. Really fun cards to make!

That's all for today! Tomorrow, I am hosting another challenge on StampTV and cant wait to share it with you! Today's post is kinda a hint of what it is, haha! See ya tomorrow! Thanks so much for stopping by!
Card Details:
Card #1
Stamps: Oh Boy! and Fairy Tales both by Tami Mayberry from Gina K Designs
Paper: Echo Park Summertime line, Gina K cardstock
Accessories: baker's twine, pop dots, button, doodlebug flock in white.
Card #2
Stamps: Vintage Chic StampTV kit from Gina K Designs
Papers: Echo park dp, Gina K cardstock
Accessories: baker's twine, MFT dienamics, pop dots, vivid ink.


Shirley said...

Both are just wonderful, Cat! The first one had those great beautiful clouds and the second one is so uplifting too!

Christine from FL said...

Cute cards! I love how you used the flower stamp for the sun in the first card! Genius! I am going to have to remember this one.

miatagal said...

Nice variety of cards, Cat. Great work.

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