Baby girl cards

IMG_6307 (Medium)IMG_6309 (Medium)There are very little embellishments on these last two cards in the quick baby girl series. Lots of fussy cutting though, and a bit of ribbon and a couple of buttons.I am off this morning to teach a class over at paper Flourish, and I am so looking forward to it, feels like ages since I sat down with my ladies. Til tomorrow…

Kaisercraft Butterfly Kisses

IMG_8474 (Medium)I went back though all my older paper to find something suitable for younger girls, and came across Kaisercraft Butterfly Kisses ( and matching chipboard pieces). I have an amazing amount of this so i think I have picked up a special or two as well, so I sat down and created quite a few cards from it – here is the first. The plain cardstock which I used for matting is Kaisercard. I can’t remember the name – it had mint in it somewhere,and it perfectly matches the same colour in the paper.Anyway, can’t sit here chatting – I have to get to work …. til tomorrow….

Princess cards – Echo Park patterned paper

IMG_8471 (Medium)IMG_8470 (Medium)In between christmas cards i made some little girl cards last week with  a couple of sheets of paper by Echo Park called Princess. I fussy cut the images from one sheet of paper, and made use of the identity strip at the bottom of the sheet by making the princess banner on the top card and using the crown printed one on the bottom card.I added plenty of bling and glitter, and ribbon to finish both cards. well the weekend has flown – I am certainly missing having Mondays off!Til tomorrow….

October Afternoon farm Girl Number 5

IMG_1172 (Medium)Number 5 in my October afternoon farm Girl series, and for this one I used a lovely gingham patterned paper to cover my card blank,and a strip of paper on the side, punched with a martha stewart punch, and highlighted with a little ric rac. three lovly buttons threaded with bakers twine down the opposite side, and I fussy cut the farm girl from another piece of the patterned paper.Thats the last of the animal images, tomorrow we move on to what else you can do with this wonderful collection.I taught a class this morning with my lovely ladies, and had a terrific time with them, as always. I came home full of ideas for my March classes, so have been creating in the craft room, and will head back there now while I am in the Zone! Til tomorrow….