Friday, July 23, 2010

One Sheet Wonder

I got tired today of trying to get my craft room straight. I have been working on since last weekend and I needed to make some cards, not just MDS cards. I have sooooo much retired stuff so I used some to make cards that I can sell at our annual craft fair in October. 





5 comments:

rush8888 said...

this is what i call "doing it to death: card-making at it's finest". i get my paper and embellishments together and just dive in. it's a wonderful way to get many cards on a central theme, AND get quite a few cards made.

jmniffer said...

I like how your leaf image looks. What technique did you use to do that? Glad you took some time to create during your reorganization.

jguyeby said...

My leaves were made by stamping the image w/ Stazon Brown onto Shimmer white. Then in an empty brad container put three drops of ink (your color choice) into it but not touching. Then take your Aqua pen, wet the image, then dab into one of the colors and just dab it onto the image. The ink will spread. Then do the same with the other colors. Let dry and then cut out image.

cinmfoster said...

Beautiful cards! Love the leafs, it really makes the cards pop. Thanks for sharing.

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

Gorgeous...makes me wish Fall was here in the Northwest already. I'm so ready for summer to be over with all its heat! Happy to that this stamp set made it into the catalog. Love the reinker technique you used.

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