Here’s another birthday card I made for my stash using Picture Perfect from My Favorite Things. This is one of those projects I had to deconstruct because I didn’t like how it turned out. I think the newer version is much better so that makes me happy. Read below for more details on how this card was created using these featured products:
(Update: It helps if I add the winner details. LOL) The winner from the yesterday’s giveaway is… Mary Nass. Congratulations! Contact me so I can mail a little smile to your mailbox. For everyone else you have another chance to DIBS in future posts. Keep an eye out.
I’m lacking in my stash of birthday cards so this weekend I whipped up a few (slimline style by Whimsy Stamps) using the Picture Perfect stamp from My Favorite Things. Read below for more details on how this card was created using these featured products:
Welcome back! Last week I showed a slimline card I made using this same stamp set and this is the other half of the images that I colored at the same time. These made great birthday cards and I love how bright they turned out. Read below for more details on how this card was created using these featured products:
It’s a party! I couldn’t resist these animal characters to create a bright and cheery card on a slimline base. Sometimes the brighter the better and I purposefully chose bold colors for this one. Read below for more details on how I created this card using these key products:
The odd thing about this set was I thought those were mice. However, it wasn’t until after I colored the ears and started coloring the tails then did I realize they’re bunnies. Not mice! My eyes were deceiving me and I really wanted a mice band too. But I know how to fix that – through creative color placement – so you might soon be seeing another band marching down the path.
I’ve been wanting to do a snow scene for a while and figured I really didn’t have to wait until winter to do so… so I colored one. This uses Snow Buddies and I masked the images to add them all and create this scene. This was colored on Neenah Desert Storm card stock.