Sunday, August 30, 2009

Convention Swap Card CASEs

I had a great time stamping with my girls in Springfield on Saturday. We did a card class and made five different cards (2 of each) using new In Colors, new stamps, new punches...a little bit of everything. Two of the cards we made come straight from my Convention swaps cards! These were two of my favorite cards. I love the clean and simple style. Each one seems to have just the right finishing touches.

I just love this color combination!

Supplies: Thoughts & Prayers, Chocolate Chip marker/ink, Always Artichoke marker & cardstock, Rich Razzleberry ink & cardstock, Whisper White cardstock, Circle Scissors Plus, Razzleberry Lemonade DSP, Scallop Edge Punhc, 1/4" Always Artichoke grosgrain ribbon

I always forget about this classic "Spotlighting" technique. I love it!

Supplies: Autumn Days, Sincere Salutations, Bashful Blue marker & cardstock, Chocolate Chip ink & cardstock, Pumpkin Pie marker & cardstock, Vintage Brads, 1-1/4" & 1-3/8" Square Punches, Mat Pack, Paper Piercer

3 comments:

Nancy B. - nacky71@hotmail.com said...

I've seen the pheasant stamp used on other creations on other blogs. It somehow draws my fancy. I think it has to do with a remembrance of my dad pheasant-hunting in the fall.

Dawn M said...

I like the way yoy colored the pheasant. Nice touch!

jmniffer said...

I like both these cards. I didn't think I 'needed' the Autumn Days set but that seems to be changing. Love the spotlight technique. jmniffer