Thanks to Crafty Card Gallery for having me as Guest Designer today! I always enjoy being a part of Jenn’s Design team and this challenge brought out my love of stamping! We were asked to take a stamp set we haven’t used in a while and this one surely qualified. It is an old Stampin’ Up set I have and probably used once. So I googled for inspiration and found a card layout I liked. I always change the colors and an element or two to make it my own. In this case, I used the More Amore designer paper pack from Stampin’ Up. The papers are double sided and just the perfect background. My ink was Stampin’ Up’s Melon Mambo and the sparkly came from Creative Memories P.S. I Love You Embellishment Pack. The border was made with my Creative Memories Border Maker System and Frame Chain border cartridge. Here’s my card:
The dimensions I used are as follows:
4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ for card base
4″ x 5 1/4″ for heart paper
3 3/4″ x 5″ for white base for stamping
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you visit Crafty Card Gallery‘s page and show some love there. Until next time…..
Hope you are having a terrific start to your weekend!
It’s quite chilly here in Sunny Florida this morning, but we will take it cause
the heat will be here before you know it!
Here is my card that I created last night in celebration of Spring!!
I am linking it up to several challenges around the blogosphere:
Here are the card Details or
you may visit my blog!
Cardstock: Stampin Up
Paper: Various scraps
Stamps: Gkd- Hugs and Prayers
Ink: Stazon Black
Tools: Scissors,scor-pal, cuttlebug-SU-Embossing folder
Acc: Buttons and pop dots
I have really enjoyed being Hostess this week here at Crafty Card Gallery
and look forward to doing it again sometime again soon!
A little bit more LOVE…
I know Valentine’s Day has come and gone
and you thought you had seen the last of the HEARTS all
over the place, well…..you almost have! I saved one of my special creations
for this week on purpose so that I may share it here @ the Crafty Card Gallery.
I can not take credit for the idea behind this Valentine Shadow box.
That goes to Debbie Moczek my Fabulous Stampin Up Consultant.
The only thing I can take credit for is the work and the arrangement of the squares.
Although, I did make a few of my squares different then the original design.
Sorry for the glare on the photo!
This was sooooo much fun to put together and she made it so easy too!
I gave it to my dear hubby for Valentine’s Day and
then asked him if I could please hang it up in my studio! LOL
I know…what an Indian giver……
but, I thought it would look really nice in there!
All products used were Stampin Up!
If you have any questions at all…don’t hesitate to ask!
Have a remarkable day!
Hello Crafty Friends… I am so
glad you stopped by today.
I have another post for you and it’s
my second submission here at
Crafty Card Gallery.
I really enjoy incorporating banners into my creations.
If you have never tried it they are really fun to do.
What I like about banners is that they are so versatile.
You can put them end to end or just on one side
of the card like I have done here.
Here are some of the Card details!
Cardstock/paper: Stampin Up
Stamps: Verse- Michaels / hearts and tags-Stampin Up
Ink: Momentos Pink/Hot pink and Versamark
Tools: Cuttlebug- SU-Honeycomb Embossing folder
and SU and Sizzix Dies,Heat Gun, scissors, hole punch
Acc: gems, twine, embossing powder, pop dots
Thanks for paying us a visit today here at Crafty Card Gallery.
Be sure and come back tomorrow to see what else
I have in store for you!
Is it a card …or something else?
Have a crafty kind of day!
Hello Crafty Friends,
I trust you had a good weekend?
Mine was just perfect…a little of this and a little of that…just the way I like it!
I had time yesterday to play in the studio and this is one of my creations.
The colors are suppose to look more on the teal side, but they came out rather blue,
your going to have to just trust me on this one. They are teal!
Who am I?… you might be asking…. and why should you trust me? LOL
My name is Nancy and I am lucky enough to be the designer this week
here at Crafty Card Gallery.
I am very excited to be sharing my creations with you!
Here is my first card:
I so enjoyed putting this card together on Saturday!
You can never have to many Thank you cards laying around!
Below you will find a list of details of my card and if you have
any additional questions you can head on over to my blog
Paper: SU and Bazzill
Ink: Stazon Black
Tools: Cuttlebug Embossing Folder- Julia’s Garden
My Favorite Things- Die-namics-Leafy Flourish
Martha Stewart- Lace border punch
Hope you stay tuned this week for more of my work!
Have a Wonderful Day!