26 March, 2014

Tee Pee Card

This was a fun card to make, not sure where the original design came from but a friend of mine gave me the idea when she sent it to me as a Christmas card.  I thought this might make a lovely Mother's Day Card. 

Come along to one of my workshops & you can learn how to make this card.

Products I used:
Skylark Workshop on the Go Kit  G1072
Sparkles Clear Flourishes - Small  Z1812
Purple Glitter Gems  Z1936
CTMH Cricut Artiste Cartridge  Z1790
March Stamp of the Month - Happy Place  S1403 
You can get this stamp for just $5 in March when you place a qualifying order of just $75.  This is a $24 stamp for just $5, available at my Online Shop
Lagoon Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad  Z2195

Northern Lights Card

 My version of the Northern Lights Cards that have been going around You Tube.

I am teaching this technique on Saturday 29th March at my workshop, so come along if you want to learn how to make these cards, it is very easy.

Products I used:
Always Grateful My Acrylix Stamp Set  C1559
Black Cardstock  1386
White Daisy Cardstock  1385
Silver Shimmer Trim  Z1799
Bronze Shimmer Trim  Z1849
Chalk Marker  Z1767
Bitty Sparkles  Z1263
Sparkles Clear Assortment  Z1752

I used a frame set for the Big Shot machine to do the frame on the top card as well as embossed the trees.

21st Card

This 21st card was made for a neighbour.  It was cut at 11.5"x 5.75" & folded in half to make a 5.5"x 5.5" square card.

Products I used:
Hollyhock cardstock  1246
Pink Glitter Paper  Z1922
Brown & Tan Glitter Paper  Z1830
Black & Grey Glitter Paper  Z1829
Sanding Kit  Z1294
Cricut Art Philosophy Collection  Z1686
For Always Paper Pack
Love Life My Acrylix Stamp Set  D1482
Sparkles Black Flourishes  Z1745

The border I sanded with the CTMH sanding kit.  The border I did using the Cuttlebug Border Organic Flourish set.
The shoe is an internal design in the Cricut Expression 2 machine.
The sentiment is a computer generated one printed on Hollyhock cardstock.

The frame is from the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge as is the gold key.

This is my version of a card that was made by another CTMH Consultant Lauren Austin.