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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Spectacular Sunday and Several Cards

It is a spectacular Sunday since I am able to spend some quality time crafting without interruptions. I have no papers to grade since all grades were due last week, and we only have 3 school days left which are all Early Dismissal. What an Easie Peasie week!

Last night I finished up two cards that I had started earlier in the day, but did not post. We watched a movie which captured my attention for a couple of hours.
These wooden buttons are perfect for sliding ribbon. I found them at Joanns on clearance for 25 cents. The oval was embossed and inked. Happy Father's Day was cut from the Wild Card cartridge.
 Challenges:

The decorative paper is BoBunny. The scalloped circle was embossed with a floral folder then inked. Orange buttons and pink gems were added to the center of each flower. Fabulous! is a stamp by My Pink Stamper.
 Challenges:

This morning, I created a new type of card that Tara of Homemade Happiness made. It is a sunburst style and it uses your scraps. I really like this type and can see making many more in the future. The directions can be found here.


Challenge:

 I still have one more new type of card on my "to-do" list that I want to make tonight. Jessica of Chick-n-Scrap has made two twisted easel cards and really likes them, so I thought I would give one a try too.

I sure hope your Sunday has been great. After posting this, I am going to make dinner and then give that easel card a try.

Stay Creative,
Georgiana

14 comments:

  1. Love those, they are all beautiful.
    Have a great evening.
    Judy

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  2. Wow, Georgiana, when I first clicked on your blog, I could only see the Father's Day card and I was thinking how nice it looked. I love the colors and the woodgrain look on the oval. Then I saw there were more cards, and OMG, they're all beautiful!! Love them all and they look pretty simple to make. I might have to do some scraplifting!!--Pat

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  3. I love them all! Are those cards not so fun to make, super easy and an excellent way to use up scraps! My favourite is the red and black one!
    Tara

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  4. All the cards are great. Love them.
    Nikki

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  5. Thanks for your sweet comments! I love ALL of your cards. You are so creative!!! Great job.

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  6. Great set of cards! Love those wooden buttons and such a score!

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  7. Cute card, Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

    -Wenche

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  8. Great way to use scraps!!! And we all know we have LOTS of those!!! Thanks for linking up with Patches of Pink!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
    www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

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  9. I love the wooden buttons and the rest of the cards are just as equally fantastic. I love Tara's sunburst style she has shown us a lot of lately. Great way to use up scraps and it makes a delightful card. You did wonderful!
    :O)
    Jessica

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  10. Gosh you have been busy - love that inking

    kitten DYSU team

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  11. Great Job! I love the combination - You did a great job working with it ! Good luck and thanks for playing with us at Crafty Creations

    Juelmarie DT

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