Would you believe this adorable Pomegranate and Slate card is made from Zoe?
A 3X3 card is perfect for leaving on a pillow, sticking in a briefcase or even in your child’s lunch box. I think it took me longer to cut all the paper than it did to stamp and assemble! Have you added Doodled Designs to your stamp collection? It really is a must have and fits our “M” size stamps perfectly.
Thanks for stopping by. Leave me a little love and you might find this or one like it in your mailbox.
These are the last two cards from my weekend card making frenzy…I’m still finding a little time to craft, but figured it was time to move onto something besides Valentines.
Don’t you just love the Love Ya Silly monsters? I can see lots of uses for this set. I stamped the monsters in the different colors of the Heartstrings Paper. Have you seen the “Puffies”…self adhesive, puffy stickers, the bow and heart are both from the Stuck on You collection. Super cute!!!
The second card was inspired by a card on page 13 of Seasonal Expressions 1. I just love that the Doodled Designs stamp is good for the front or inside of a card. Sometimes Simple Love is all you have to give.
Thanks for stopping by…I hope you’ve had a chance to get inspired to spread some love with a home made card.
Here’s a few more of my weekend card craziness! I love brightening mailboxes and who couldn’t use a little love? These two mini cards pack a big ‘pun’ch! They measure just 4 1/2 X 4 1/2 (I love square cards).
Both cards were stamped using the retired “Pun Fun” stamp set which reminds me of the goofy sayings that came on Valentines when I was a kid instead of the Barbie, Sponge Bob and Disney Princess of today.
For my first card, I started by running Lagoon cardstock through my Big Shot with the Heart Embossing Folder. One of the greatest things about our white core cardstock is that you can sand it and get just a touch of a distressed look. To finish I added a strip of Heartstrings B & T and a square of Cranberry to mount my image which I had colored with the ShinHan markers. The Aqua Dots seemed like a simple accent to give it a little bling.
My second card was made with the retired Lollydoodle papers (have I ever mentioned that I have a paper hording problem?) and instead of hearts I used the Dots Embossing Folder to match the dots of the paper. I once again colored the image with the ShinHan markers and topped the cupcake with a sprinkle of Red & Pink Sparkles (retired).
The inside of both cards was finished with one of my favorite stamp sets Doodled Designs which is perfect to enhance one of our M-sized stamps.
Thank you for stopping by…I hope it’s encouraged you to think outside the box when it comes to Valentines!