Saturday, September 25, 2010
from a punch by Stampin' Up. Both of those are bought from Ebay. Black
spider is from black flocked paper by Joanns using the Halloween die from
Cuttlebug. The ghost is white glittered paper from Hobby Lobby. Used lots
of scraps for this card. The spider border punch is by Martha Stewart.
folder by Cuttlebug. The whole piece would not fit on my card so I cut it down
to size. The netted "flower" is wired edge netted trim that I cut the wire off of
the edges and gathered up a small piece and put the brad in the center to hold it together. Spider web border punch is by Martha Stewart. Solid cardstock is by Stampin' Up.
paper from Joanns and I used the Halloween die by Cuttlebug. All sections of this card have been embossed with Cuttlebug folders. Black cardstock
is by Stampin' Up.
Two cards inspired by Sue Nelson at Heartprints.com. The one card has a black netting bow on it---I used netted trim with a wired edge and I cut the wire off the edges--gathered up a small piece and put a brad on it to hold it together. I then used a tag punch from Stampin' Up and stamped the words from a Stampin' Up stamp.
This card was inspired by Sue Nelson from Heartprints.net---Used the
pumpkin Nestablities and Spellbinders tags. The small pumpkin is from
the Martha Stewart pumpkin punch but it did not look "hefty" enough so
I used my small oval punch for the center front piece. I sponged the edges
with Stampin' Up Pumpkin Pie ink. Then using the scroll punch by Ek
Success I made the vine and used a small leaf punch for the leaf.
Card is inspired by Dawn (DoStampinwith Dawn ? ) for the grill and the
word stamps are from Michaels and the dollar bin. Could not find twine
so used string from hubby's tools and stash and untwisted it and then it
was easier to work with.
These cards are the cards I made for Spring 2010. The flowers are from a used pocket dictionary that I bought at a flea market for .25 cents. These cards used more of my scraps :0) and the buttons are from the massive collection in my button jar. Inspired by Splitcoast.