Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Tues. Feb. 3, 2009 Jillie Willie

While blog hopping today. I came across this little contest HERE. Melissa Phillips is a creator of fun, whimsical style cards and projects. I couldn't resist the challenge! You're welcome to play along! :)
This card is sort of eclectic. A little bit of this and a little bit of that. Lots of funky colors and very playful. I started out with the polka dotted paper and went from there. The PP is the Paper Studio and a Creative Keepsakes SB kit.

I finished the inside too. I couldn't resist! :D


Card stock: Stampin' UP

PP: the Paper Studio, Creative Keepsakes SB kit

Stamps: Autumn Leaves

Ink: black stazon

Brads: Memory Makers

Ribbon: Paper TrendsRhinestones, Spare Parts


Tues. Feb. 3, 2009 HOUSEFUL of WISHES FTCC1

Today I decided to create a card with a build-a-house scene. It was a learning experience for me! A little trial and error goes a long way! :) The card kind of evolved as I went along. I didn't have a l/o in mind so it took longer than I would've liked! This also fits the Flourishes FTCC1. I started with a smaller piece of CS. For the house frame and roof. I cut the CS and layered the PP on the cut CS. The window base is PP cut in a small square and the panes are also small pieces of PP. The door and chimney are another small piece of PP. I added rhinestones and flower rub-ons to complete the house. The tree trunk is a piece of CS that I ran through the CB. For the tree top, I used a nestabilities scalloped circle and then ran it through the CB. I added a sentiment and bird to the tree top. It's easy to recreate, but time consuming due to all the pieces and layers that have to be cut.

Card Stock: Stampin' UP

PP:the paper Studio, K & Company

Stamps: k*i memories, Autumn Leaves

Rub-ons: K& Company

Rhinestones: the Paper studio

Tools: 1/4 circle punch, Cuttlebug, nestabilities


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