That's it for today....Thanks for stopping by - Laurie
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
This one can be colored and layered with a girl or boy in mind & a stork as colorful as you like. The CB bubbles folder was used to complement the corner punch (one of my all time favs!) on just two corners.
Enjoy your day......Laurie
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Even tho I couldn't bring myself to make this rocking girl have mismatched socks, she is a perfect picture of Jen. This wonderful image is from Shirleys2girls. There's no ribbon or doodads in keeping with our dh's preferences, and the image is colored with Copics.
Hope you have a one-of-a-kind Sunshine girl in your life.....Hugs, Laurie
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
This card is made with BG dp, I think, and the image is by Magenta. I'm loving all the green Copic markers I have, so you can see that I've used a bunch of them. The best part of all, though, is the shimmery green Glimmer Mist I sprayed over the image after I was done coloring it. It's bling in a bottle - fun, fun! You gotta try it....
Have a great evening, Laurie
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Today I have more graduation cards for you. These are made with my all-time favorite grad set: Tassel Time from SU! It was retired several years ago, so if you've never tried it, you might have to do an ebay search, but it will be worth it! The red, yellow, & black cards were made using school colors while the others were not. I had some pink cs already crimped & couldn't resist it paired with deep, rich brown. Those ribbons are sooo girly, aren't they? I had a blast with those crimped cs pieces and added some CB folder action, shiny doodads, ribbon, and a MS edge punch to one of the cards. Sadly, today was our last graduation party for the year. It was an honor to join with the families of kids we've seen grow up as they eagerly celebrated their completion of high school . We're excited to see where the Lord takes each one of them as they enter the next season of their lives. Blessings, Laurie