So Precious Baby Card

Hi everyone and thanks for stopping by!!! It’s me, Tonya back with a quick and easy card I would like to share for today’s post.
I used the Papertrey Onesie Diecut to make this super cute card. You will have to cut two of the onesies, emboss one of the onesies and the other measure about an inch down and fold, glue the one inch fold to the back of the embossed card and then ink edges and embellishment. See super simply!!!


Supplies used:

Papertrey Onesie die
Sizzix Textured Impressions Winter Embossing Folder
Mint green cardstock
Rosette with a Robin’s Nest Dew Drop in the middle
Printed “So Precious” from computer
Scrapbook paper scraps
Cat’s Eye Ink

Thanks for stopping by and enjoying creating!!!

Springtime Friend Card

Hi everyone!  It’s me Tonya from Creative Addiction to Paper. I’m super excited to be here this week sharing some creativity with you.
The weather has been soooo cold here that I decided to creating a card with a Spring theme for a friend.

Supplies Used:
Bazzill cardstock
My Mind’s Eye Bramble Rose Scrapbook Paper 
Ric Rac
Sizzix Bigz XL Tasteful Trim Diecut
The Paper Studio Embossing Folder
Stampin Up A Little Something Friend Stamp
The Robin’s Nest Dew Drop
The Paper Studio Cardstock
Color Box Cat’s Eyes Shabby Pink Ink

Stop back by Wednesday, the 20th, to see what else I have created. Thanks and I hope this has inspired you to create something fun for yourself!!!

Simple Wedding Card

Here’s another wedding card for you.

This time I chose a card that would be perfect for a last minute card. I don’t know about you, but there have been a couple of times where I’ve totally forgotten to make a card, and needed one in a hurry!

I’d go so far as to say this could easily be a five-minute wedding card.  This design could easily be adapted to suit just about any occassion.

For all the details of this card, click here.

It’s been an absolute pleasure bringing you some of my favourite wedding cards this week, and I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing them, and learning how to make these cards.

Cheryl Wright

Black and White Wedding Card

My aim this week is to provide you with ideas for quick and easy, yet elegant, wedding cards.

This next card is all of that. 

I love the fact that cards can be made in the exact same way, yet because of the materials used, can become a totally different card by varying the ‘ingredients’.

You can change the look easily by using different embossing folders,
changing the colour of the cardstock, use different dies or punches, and vary
the ribbons.

Here is today’s card:

For full details of how this card was made, including the materials used, please visit my cardmaking blog:
I’ll be back in a couple of days with another card to share. Thanks for looking!
Cheryl Wright.


Simple Yet Elegant Wedding Card

This week I’d like to share some wedding cards with you.

Wedding Cards are not something I’d done very much, only when I had to, which wasn’t often. But out of necessity, I found I needed to make quite a few.

I periodically make cards for a local gift shop, and just before Christmas the owner rang and told me she needed a ton of wedding cards over the next few months.

Over the next few days I’ll share some of those cards with you, and if you follow the links to my blog, you’ll find instructions on how to make the cards relatively cheaply, and in most cases, fairly quickly.

Here’s my first card:

For full detaills, including a list of supplies, please visit my blog :
I’ll have another wedding card for you very soon. Thanks for looking!  
Cheryl Wright

Final Guest Post by Blue Moon Creation

Thia here from Blue Moon Creation with my last post as guest here at Crafty Card Gallery. First, I’d like to thank Jen for this wonderful opportunity as guest here on her blog, I had a great time! Now onto my post for today…To give everybody a fair chance at the Blog Candy, I am not counting up comments until noon today (Pacific Time) on the other posts that I did here this week. Once I do that, I will use a random number generator and pick a winner. When I have a winner picked, I will update this post with the winners name. If there isn’t a way for me to contact the winner, they will have 48 hours to contact me before I pick another winner. Okay, enough of all this, let’s move on to some card crafting inspiration. I made this card after seeing a card that one of the Get Inky! Design Team Members created (YES! Get Inky! Stamps has a Design Team and if you want to see how creative they are, come follow us! I will be announcing the members on the Blue Moon Creation website tomorrow!).
 Materials Used:
Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Cardstock (from my stash)
Nestabilities Dies
Red Pearl Bling (from my stash)
Bakers Twine
Copic Markers
Copic Glitter Pen
If you liked what you’ve seen here this week, you’ll love what my Design Team has in store for you!
Please come visit us over at my blogs…
We would love to see you there!
And our winner is: Shawnee!