Monday, November 23, 2009

365 challenge

365 challenge, day 265.
Simply put
One piece of patterned paper, One embellishment, and One sentiment - that's it!
I could not resist this one as I had to make a very simple card last week. I printed the paper myself, drew and cut the magnifying glass with Pazzles. A piece of acetate resembles the glass. I was made for a graduate in Forensic science

365 cards challenge day 263

Here is the ad

Here is my card

I used cream card for the base card from Paper Mill
Blue pearl paper from Craft Creations
Beige card from co-ordinations
The bauble and swirl were drawn and cut on my Pazzles.
Cuttlebug embossing folders
I printed the sentiment myself
Pearls and ribbon from my stash.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Thursday, November 5, 2009

On this card I used my new embossing folders from quickcutz, they do not leave any marks on the card, I love this one in particular.
All the embellishments are drawn and cut with Pazzles.

This is a canvas I made for our grandson's christening.

This was for our grandson's christening

Not a very good picture but this was a lovely card.

As I did not know if the baby was a girl or a boy I did this one in white.

This one is for a forensic scientist, I made one for him last year as well, this year he got his masters so I had to think of something else than a microscope.The polka dot embossing is from a Quickcutz folder

One for a carpenter

One for an accountant, embossingfolder from Quickcutz.

These 2 cards are for the same guy, the first one is a little book so his mum can put some pictures in it.

I was honoured a while ago when someone asked me to make this card for the girl who won 2 gold medals at the transplant games in Brisbane

21st for a hockey player

Card for a lady that loves to dance

Order from a friend

A first birthday card inspired by Jackie