Showing posts with label Paisley. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Paisley. Show all posts

Friday, May 25, 2012

You're A Hoot

This is for my Design Team day over at Creative Critterez Imaginations.  The theme right now is anything goes, I like that one so I could do whatever I wanted to do.   The card base is from wild card cart at 4" , it is the doily.  The circle is from George at 3.5", the owl is from paisley at 2" with all it's layers.  I did this in CCR and then filled in the shapes with papers from the Imagine best friends cart.  The stamp is from My Pink Stamper.  I got the idea for this from Sarah here.





Monday, June 27, 2011

Love you much card

This card was made with the Paisley cartridge page 39, it was one I was playing with for the MAG challenge. I cut it at 4.25", I welded the base together in my gypsy then cut all the other parts, the red top is popped up. The edges are inked. The flower is a punch I had the leaves were hand cut. The button and stamp are from SU.

Friday, June 24, 2011

MAG guest designer

I was so excited when the girls from MAG Challenge by the Page asked me to be a guest designer for them, truth be told I was also nervous! I was given the Paisley cartridge page 39 to use for my projects. I found this to be a little challenging (hence the word challenge!) the images just didn't seem that fun. Well here is what I came up with I hope you like them.

First project:
Box cut at 9.5” from wrap it up from craft card stock
Background from lacy labels from bo bunny
paper Heart cut at 3” from Paisley
bo bunny paper
Flowers die scrap paper

The pink heart is popped up and is textured with dots. I did some stitching around the box and the heart. The flowers have stickles in the center and the leaves were hand cut. I stuffed the box with crinkle paper and tied the bow with ribbon from Wal-Mart.


Second project:An A2 size card some of the papers are bo bunny I don’t know where the others are from. The mushroom was cut at 3”, the top layer was cut 2 times so it could be popped up. The yellow squiggle line has glossy accents on it. All the edges are inked with brown ink. The ribbon, stamp and punches are from stampin up.
Third project: I took the shadow of the mushroom (4.5”) and welded them together to make the card base. I then cut out the layers of the mushroom at the same size, I cut multiple layers ( the stem 2 times, the top 3 times) so I could pop them up. The bee was on the paper I punched around it and then stamped the sentiment and attached with a brad. The punches are from stampin up, the paper is Basic Grey.