Saturday, April 17, 2010


Here are some of the cards I have made lately.  These cards are simple and elegant.  The backgrounds are made from cardstock.

This first card has a lovely fussycut stylized flower cut from a wallpaper sample.

This is a collage of cut-outs; the rose is from a wallpaper sample; the leaves were added to the composition.

This one is a piece of green embossed piece of cardstock layered with a torn rubber-stamped image.  The image has been lightly chalked.  Then the torn edges have been drybrushed lightly with gold paint.

This one is a thank you card.  First I put a narrow white cardstock band across the bottom part of the card.  The pink dotted square is from a wallpaper sample.  The thank you is a rubber stamp image; that has been chalked.  The rubber stamped image has had the edges torn and lightly drybrushed with gold paint.

This a rubber stamped image that was colored with watercolor pencils on white cardstock with torn edges that have been chalked.

This is a rubber stamped iamge of a flower cart that I colored in with watercolor markers and then drybrushed lightly the image and torn edges with gold paint.

The maroon background is a large paint chip the vertical stripes on each side were made with a gold paint pen.  Then I layered a rectangle of black cardstock.  The thoughts of you is a rubber stamp that is a watercolor marker in its background.  Then I lightly drybrushed the images and its torn edges with gold paint.

This is a large brown paint chip; with gold paint pen stripes at the sides.  All the rest are stickers.

Hope you like my cards, these were sent to deployed troops.  They are not able to buy cards to send home to their families.  I found a group on the Cricut messageboards that sends cards to the troops and these went there.

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