Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Back with Children's Cards....

Ok Everyone...I'm back like I said with some children/kids cards I made....I made these about 2 weeks ago... This first one is from the Paisley Cartridge...Gotta love that frog! The layout is actually from a card I seen a long time ago on Splitcoast stampers.... I liked it soooo much that I decided to make this after seeing it.. I wish I could remember who had originally done it but it was a long while ago... Sorry :( anyway this is my version of that card.... I believe my frog is cut at 2 1/2" and I used Stampin' Up supplies... I did use my other favorite tool my CUTTLEBUG!!! I don't remember the embossing folders name but I'm gonna start to label this stuff wayyyy better! I promise! :)


This card is made from Create a Critter.... It is such a fun Cartridge! :) I used mostly Stampin' Up supplies, except the Design Paper is Chatterbox....it's an old line of theirs.... I believe this skunk was cut at 2 1/2"...  
 I used ink daubers to give it some shadowing effect...
Then I used the fiskar Apron Lace Border punch.... I really like the colors of this one! :)


This one is done with the Paisley Cartridge.... I do like the snail, it's sooo perfect for a little girl... Of course I used my Stampin' Up supplies... the Designer Paper is KI Memories..it's an old one as well... I also used the Threading Water Border punch from fiskar on it... I did use my ink daubers to give it depth/shadowing.... :)

Thanks for taking a look! I'll be back tomorrow with a couple of cards I did today! :)
Theresa

3 comments:

  1. All the cards on this site are so amazing I could never dream of creating something so beautiful!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. Super cute cards and your blog is great!!! I'm now following you and will peek in on you here and there to see what's new! :)

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  3. Oh Theresa, these are just wonderful! Love all the colors you used with the skunk card!! That polkadot paper with the frog and the stripes with the snail. Just awesome!!! :)

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