Kitty Love Card

by egarcia on May 21, 2015

Hi all,

If you are looking for a cute and unique way to tell your significant other how much you care either for an upcoming anniversary or just because then here’s the card for you, especially if they are a cat lover.

il_570xN.727544836_bhcoIsn’t that kitty adorable?  The arrow patterned paper comes from Smitten collection of 6×6 patterned papers by Authentique.

il_570xN.727544934_j8g9The kitty comes from the Purrfect Pair stamp set by Mama Elephant.  I stamped the image onto white card stock and colored it in with my copic markers.  Then I used the coordinating dies to cut the image out and foam tape it to the card.  I stamped the hearts which come from the same stamp set, right onto the pink paper with red ink.  The sentiment was stamped and embossed with white embossing powder and the final touch was the red ribbon.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Fish Masculine Birthday Card

by egarcia on May 15, 2015

Hi all,

Today I have another masculine birthday card for you.

Fish Masculine Birthday CardThe striped paper comes from an older Authentique collection called Strong.  For the focal image I stamped the fish with brown ink.  The image comes from PaperTrey Ink’s stamp called Masculine Motifs.  I used my Spellbinders circle dies to cut out the circles.  For the sentiment I used the Pleasant Plurals stamp set from Gina K. Designs with the same brown ink.

IMG_3701Here’s a closer look at the stamped image.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Masculine Birthday Card

by egarcia on May 12, 2015

Hi all,

Today I have a new birthday card for you.  This one is for the guys in your life.

Masculine Birthday CardI started out with some kraft card stock and some patterned papers from the Strong Collection by Authentique.

Masculine Birthday Card close-upFor the focal area I used the Past Times Hero Arts stamp set for the hot air balloon, stamped with brown ink.  For the sentiment I combined two stamp sets,  the Happy set from Simon Says Stamp and the Happy Days set from Clearly Besotted.  The combination of the two gave me the perfect masculine sentiment.  I then used my stitched rectangles dies to cut out the panel.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Owl Graduation Card

by egarcia on May 7, 2015

Hi all,

It’s May, which means graduation season is upon us.  So here’s the perfect card to celebrate your graduate.

Owl Graduation CardI started out with some Kraft card stock and a strip of patterned paper from my stash.  I then stamped the owl which comes from one of my favorite Lawn Fawn stamp sets, Critters in the Forest.  I used my copics to color the owl in.  Then I cut him out and added him to the card.  I then stamped and paper pieced his graduation cap and embellished it with some black metallic dots from Hero Arts.  The cap comes from the Hats Off To You stamp set by Lawn Fawn.

Owl Graduation card Close-Up

Here’s a close-up of that adorable owl.  The “Congrats” comes from Essential Messages stamp set by Hero Arts.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  You can check out more graduation cards at my Etsy shop.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Mommy is the Best Card

by egarcia on May 1, 2015

Hi all,

I have another Mother’s Day card for you. This one would be perfect for a little girl to give to her mommy.

Mommy is the Best CardIsn’t she adorable?  I love the bright colors of that background paper.  For the focal image, which comes from an older stamp set from There She Goes Stamps, a company that unfortunately no longer exists,  I stamped her onto white card stock.  I then paper pieced her dress from the same paper I used for the background.  I colored in the rest of the image with my copic markers.

il_570xN.724208161_ohydFor the sentiment I used the Spellbinders Grommet Tags dies to cut out the label shape.  I then stamped the sentiment onto the white card stock.  The final touch was adding the red bling on either side of the sentiment.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  And if you did make sure to share this post using the social media buttons below.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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