Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Lots of cards to share

Hi everyone! I have lots of cards to share with you today, so here goes! This first card is for this week's CAS challenge which was a color challenge to use Turquoise, bright yellow and bright orange! What fun colors! I think this makes a bright Get well soon card! The sentiment is from Technique Tuesday, Simple Sentiments. The stems and leaves are from Verve's Thankful Blossom set. The flowers are various primas and there are stickles on the center flowers.

This next card is for today's SCS sketch challenge. I needed a bright fun card for a special someone's upcoming birthday!! This sunburst image from Verve's Wishful Elegance set. I colored them with copic markers and put little buttons in the center. The dew drops at the bottom are from Heidi's Sunburst Oregon raindrops. Each button is tied down with some burlap string -LOVE this stuff, I use it with ALL my buttons!! fun fun fun!


These next 2 cards are from last month during my guest designer month with Unity. Oh my! In looking at this card now, I see it has most of the same elements as my sketch card today! Isn't it funny when that happens?

For this card, I used the Tiny Giggle Grove set for the uber cute tree, which I pieced with PTI's Lemon Tart bitty dots. The sentiment is from the June KOTM, Perfect in Every Way. It also uses some of that fabulous Martha Stewart punched border cardstock. Each of the punched flowers have a little yellow Kaiser bling in the center. They are also tied in with the tree and the sentiment oval.


This next Unity card also uses the June KOTM, Perfect in Every Way. I used one of my favorite images - the owl! I stamped the image in Memento Rich Cocoa and colored it with some copic markers. The DP and matching chipboard border are from MME's Laundry Line, Flirty. Cute huh? The top part of the border is the negative space of the border pack. I posted pics on this post.

Couple things before I go. First, the Verve Project Parade is going on and this month's theme is "Divine Details". All the Divas gives you a peek at our card making process and details! My turn is tomorrow, so stay tuned for my "process"!!

AND, tomorrow also starts the annual Dare To Get Dirty challenges with the SplitcoastStampers Dirty Dozen Girls! The challenges run this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. I am hosting a challenge again this year and my challenge is tomorrow, so stay tuned and I hope you play along!!!

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13 comments:

  1. What great cards! I love them all! Wonderful work!

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  2. wow... you are one busy girl. :0) they are all great. I like all the white and the cb swiss dots is always a fav. Great job on all of them Michelle.

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  3. All of your cards are beautiful!! tfs!!

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  4. Michelle, these are all gorgeous cards!!!! You have been a busy girl!

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  5. I loved your sketch challenge card today...and I really love how the colors look together on the first one too Michelle!

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  6. WOW, lots of great stuff! Love the SCS Sketch one!!!

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  7. Wow Michelle, so many beautiful cards !!! The first one is really really awesome, the second too...and third and fourth, impossible to choose only one :) hugs

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  8. Whew...glad I don't have to pick a favorite! These are all wonderful! Thanks for sharing...(you are SO good at CAS!)

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  9. could not pick just one of these cards they are all great love them
    Hugs
    Norine

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  10. SUPER job! I absolutely LOVE the first one (get well card with the flowers). How bright and cheery!! Love the in colors. I looked all over your site and discovered a wealth of creative ability!

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  11. these are all so beautiful!! you are the Queen of Details!!!!

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  12. Check out all this gorgeousness!!!! Wow, these are fantastic Michelle!!!! (Oh, and love the new Robward Pic!!!! :) )

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  13. I love all of this group. I don't think I could pick a fave if I had too. Are you exhausted from all of the challenges yet?
    You're doing a great job!
    Hugs,
    Pam L.

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