This super simple card took me all of 5 minutes – I love when this happens. All it took was an amazing sheet of patterned paper, a funky greeting and a little stapled embellishment. The key to these super quick cards is finding paper or background stamps that do the work for you!
Morning blog friends. Can’t believe it is already April 27th – seriously, where does time go? Nearly May. Just crazy.
I am stopping in for a very quick post this morning to share a card I made for the current Case this Sketch/Runway Inspired challenge. I loved the inspiration photos & the sketch. I was also inspired by this Donna Mikasa card – she is definitely one of my ‘muse’s’ and I chose this card for its angles, complemented by a gorgeous watercolor floral image – I am also entering this for the Case Study DT search.
Happy Friday blog friends! I am looking forward to a quiet weekend – maybe a trip into downtown Zurich, some walks and, fingers crossed, a few minutes to get inky. What about you?
I made this card using a Studio Calico sketch – I found the sketch really intimidating, but glad I pushed through as I like the result. The products are a real mix of elements – some American Crafts Dear Lizzy die cut shapes, the November Simon Says Stamp kit with Amy Tangerine Cut & Paste papers, the Cut & Paste Project Life Mini Kit & a few bits from the Studio Calico Marks & Co Scrapbook Kit.
I am loving the look of journaling cards for the focal point on a card. The card is inspired by the look of some of the cards in the Handmade Cards special issue from Paper Crafts – this is hands down my favorite issue yet – I found it so inspiring (followed closely by the Color Inspiration issue from a couple years ago!).
I’m also sharing this for the Simon Says Stamp Anything Goes challenge.
Thats all for me today – gonna spend some quality time this afternoon with my very cranky little toddler
Hey friends. I’m sharing week 1 of my Project Life 2013 album today. Saying I’m behind is a big understatement, but slowly I’m getting there (I can’t even think about years past though – that is just seriously overwhelming!).
Week 1 was really picture heavy – thanks to my camera-savvy brother-in-law – so I used lots of digital templates to get all the shots on a double page spread without needing an insert. I kept the page really simple with just a few embellishments. My pages have been coming out pretty flat – lots of digital stamps & brushes.