This one is made with a patterned paper that I found in a DCWV spring stack. I love the yellow. Yellow isn't a color that I work with much - but I love this paper. The blue scallop was cut using a Spellbinder template and the blue buckle was cut using my cuttlebug. Thanks Tif - for letting me borrow your stamp that goes with this card really well - especially with all of the curly doodles and patterns. :) I owe ya!
Stephanie cut the pieces of this "MOM" card with Cricut Indie Art and the Hanna Montana cartridge. The front paper is also embossed using Cuttlebug. Such a cute card - and Steph always makes the perfect inside sentiment for her cards!
Stephanie also brought these awesome Graduation sliders! I am so sorry that I missed out on making this one! One of the ladies put it together for me and I love it.
Deb's Card. :) This is a perfect example of how pretty someone's handwriting can be when used to make a sentiment. Especially when your handwriting looks as pretty as Deb's does. Deb! Write on all of our cards for us, pleeeeeease?
Way to go Brandi! Our newbie newb! She made this cute cute cupcake card - I love it! Between the Lime Rickey card and the Cupcake card - the whole Card Day club must have been feeling pretty hungry right?
Brandi also made kits for this cute fold-out baby card - it's actually a tri-fold and the patterned papers all match so cute - just look at all of those cute stars. :)
Here is a card that Tiffani came up with after a trip to our local printing store - they had these really neat folding envelopes for sale for ten cents each . . . Tiffani found the most beautiful patterned paper from My Mind's Eye to go with them and printed the sentiment for the middle. The bottom flap is perfect for holding photos or mini-cards for your kids to sign. The sides of the card can fold back so that the whole thing sits up on display like this. . . wow! What a neat treat for Grandma, don't you think? The whole card also folds up and in like an envelope and could be tied with a ribbon - but Tif also supplied some big beautiful envelopes for mailing them in if we want. Love that flower. :)
Here is my last card for Card Day - I thought it would make a fun invitation for a BBQ or maybe a fun gift card for a summer birthday. The "buns" are made from a 3-inch oval cut on George and Basic Shapes. (an oval cut in half makes the "top" of one bun.) The bottom bun and the burger are just rectangles. Look closely and you can see the strips of cardstock used to make pickles, onions and tomatoes. A running strip of glue holds the green lace lettuce on top - I used dimentional squares to glue on the burger and the top bun. Don't forget to brown the burger with dark brown ink or chalk and toast the buns too. :) "BBQ?" Is cut using street sign. And the cute red checker picnic paper is from that same DCWV Spring stack. Don't forget the cheese - I used an orange/yellow puff paint and a white puff paint to make the sesame seeds too. Dang, now i'm really hungry.