Monday, May 27, 2013

Having fun making different cards

Yesterday I decided to play, so I ted to share some of the cards I made.  I can't show you the DT's cards I did, but I was very inspired and I believe it shows.
On the first card I am sharing, I got the challenge from Bev on My Scraps and More.  She asked us to make a JOY fold card, which I had never done.  I followed the tutorial and added my personality to it.  I used My Mind's Eye, Cambridge Court and embellishments, except the Circle that says Birthday Girl is from SRM sentiment and I added some stickles to it to pick up the pink. 

Here it is: 

The little blue card is where you write whatever you want and Birthday Girl holds it in place.

Next Bev challenged us to do another card that had a bit of origami in it.  It is called an Origami Shadow Box and is really easy and not intimidating at all. Great tutorial to follow.  Once again I used My Mind's Eye Cambridge Court and embellishments and my SRM Sentiment Sticker (they make my life easier by just placing the sentiment where I want it). 
Now I have 2 birthday cards for next month's birthday's and I have about 5 friends who are celebrating.

Here it is: 

I am also entering ths card in Sketch N Scrap's Birthday Card for their Birthday Party.


Hope you enjoyed these cards today.
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8 comments:

  1. Such fun, colorful cards!

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  2. wow! Love the papers! So colourful!
    dospiruletas.blogspot.com

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  3. What lovely cards! Love the shadow box, very creative! Thanks for joining us in our birthday bash this month at Sketch N Scrap!

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  4. Fantastic cards and I am loving the origami shadow box to showcase that adorable bow in the center! Thanks for playing along in our guest card designer challenge at Sketch N Scrap and good luck! :)

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  5. Beautiful and fun cards! Love the origami touch:)

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  6. Beautiful color combinations, I know that your friends will be thrilled to receive these beauties.

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  7. Such a beautiful card. I love that origami technique. Thanks for playing along in our guest designer card challenge on Sketch-N-Scrap.
    Thanks
    Rachelle-DT

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