Friday, May 2, 2008

CAN YOU BELIEVE IT IS MAY?

...and with May comes lots of birthdays.. So, I have two completed cards to share with you.. Both of them I just love and enjoyed making!


This first one is for Papa Don
...and also for TLC166.. Two-way open.. I am so excited that I actually made a "man-card".. hooray! This is for Papa Don... he is celebrating his birthday this weekend.. and what better gift than a handcrafted card with a gift card holder on the front. That's right.. I love the gift card holders.. but they are so small, so I just mounted mine onto a card front.. and that way the kids have the inside to sign (since they are K and 1st and write REALLY BIG!) And the entire thing was made from scraps.. I didn't even use the first full sheet of anything.. yep, I have a huge scrap pile.. need to work on that!

Additional Info

Stamps: birthday whimsey
Paper: very vanilla, river rock, not quite navy, always artichoke, non-SU! dp
Ink: not quite navy
Accessories: ribbon, brads
Techniques: 2-way open gc holder

Here is the next one...


I just LOVE this image!! It take me forevah to color it.. but in the end, it is sooo worth the effort.. even if I don't have any copics *sigh*pout*.. I needed a birthday card and loved the Limited Supply Challenge for today, which was to use circles.. so, there are lots of circles and dot on my card.... The sentiment is computer generated - in a circle - woo hoo!! and, I just had to post the inside.. that is the best part!Thanks for looking and have a Happy Friday!

Additional Info
Stamps: art impressions birthday gang
Paper: whisper white, basic black, pink passion, various dp
Ink: jet black stazon
Accessories: SU! markers, various circle punches and cutters, brads, corner rounder





Oh... and I wanted to also share this..



My upline had a class showing her ladies how to makes these fun and funky name frames.. I loved it so much, I tried my hand at it! How easy and fun, especially with the cutie-pie dp.. and I know.. I should have some bees on it.. I may go back and add some.. thanks Tabitha for pointing that out to me *wink*....

Additional Info
Stamps: alphabet
Paper: whisper white, purely pomegranate, wild wasabi, cutie pie dp
Ink: purely pomegranate
Accessories: hph, flower punch
Difficulty (1-Easy 5-Advanced): 1

MOM.. DON'T LOOK AT THE NEXT TWO!!!


So, I can't take credit for this.. I actually cased it from the Stampin' Success magazine that demos get every month.. As soon as I saw this I knew I had to make one for my mother (who has everything, but this!) Next came the weekly challenge from Fran for the DDC that I participate in with a couple of fabulous stampers.. and the challenge was to use a bird or other animal on a mother's day card.. we this is not a card so I hope I'm not disqualified.. btw.. the MOM is computer-generated as I don't have an alphabet set.. crazy right?! what demo doesn't own at least one of those!

Additional Info
Stamps: define life, fun & fast notes
Paper: blue bayou, soft sky, river rock, porcelain prints dp, very vanilla
Ink: jet black stazon, blue bayou
Accessories: SU! markers, square punch, ticket corner punch, corner rounder, brads, primas, ribbon


Additional Info
Stamps: all-year cheer II, fun & fast notes, kind thoughts
Paper: handsome hunter, very vanilla, blue bayou, soft sky, river rock. porcelain prints dp
Ink: jet black stazon, not quite navy
Accessories: punch, oval templates, ribbon, brads, ep
Techniques: heat embossing











4 comments:

Joan said...

All of these are simply wonderful. I love the Birthday people and the tall card is fantastic. Joan

Kari said...

Oh Beverly!!! Each and everyone of your projects are fantastic!! You are soo creative!!!! WOW is all I can say!!!

Tammy said...

Love your birthday cards honey! Each and every one of them. But your Mom's day gift is super special!

Anonymous said...

Bev, what can I say? JUST BEATIFUL creations. How talented you are? OH .... I just went really fast down and didn't look really good.Can't wait to get mine!!!!
S>>>O>>>R>>>R>>>Y!!!!!Mom

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