Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Card Frenzies


I have stacks and piles of paper leftovers and I am always amazed how quicky I have a finished stack of cards just using the this n' that things.
I love these two cards....so girly girl.... I used a lot of embossing, a lot of edge punches and the pink rosettes are perfect for that girly girl touch.

This is a gate fold card. I embossed each side, and I added a Cutting Cafe circle sentiment and a heart punch...both embossed as well. You can see the Cutting Cafe set right here.
Another gate fold style, this one in red, white and blue colors to celebrate a birthday. A large punched flower is placed on the left outside fold and it extends over the other fold. I used a rubber stamp for the inside sentiment.
This is a Easel style card.... done in lavendar and purple and just right for a Mother's Day Card.
The sentiment is a rubber stamp from Michaels. Lots of embossing, some edge punching and a lovely lavendar ribbon with a small ribbon rose.
Thanks for stopping by. I have a lot more Slam Dunk cards to show you too.

6 comments:

Margie said...

Ooooooohhhh, aaahhhhhh....love those precious girl cards! GREAT embossing and the rosettes are the perfect embellishment. Love those gatefold cards, especially the rich brown tone on that doggy card and super pretty job on the Mother's Day card! jeez, you sure have been busy! Enjoying the extra time on your hands? ;)

Sharon said...

These are fantastic. I love seeing what you create with your leftovers!! :)

bonnie said...

Oh how pretty are those little girl cards...adorable! Love all the details...fabulous cards sweetie and even better that they are scraps ;) Hugs x

DonnaMundinger said...

These always just AMAZE me! How you can slap some odds and ends together and turn out such fabulous stuff is true talent. Love them all! xxD

Lori said...

You posted some fabulous cards! Love the embossing and the gatefolds... You certainly showed how beautiful scraps can be!

1CardCreator said...

These are beautiful Carole, I had to zoom in to see if the 1st one was real lace!