Thursday, April 22, 2010

Mother's Day

I got excepted to work st the Farmers Market in downtown Ypsilanti. Im so excited. Last Tuesday was the kick off at the Senior Center. I didn't take pictures but I thought you might like to see some Mother's Day cards I have been doing.

These are some Easel Cards I have made. No I did not make the pattern but if you would like it, here is the link.....
I have also made these for other types of cards too. The blue one is made of letters I cut with the Robo. The dark blue strip I used these cool border punches from Fiskas. The butterflies are stickers from Hallmark and the flowers are made by Flora Doodles. The orange one has a yellow strip that I embossed through my Cuttle Bug adding glitter glue to the flowers. Flowers come in a cute bottle from Prima. Don't forget the brads.

These are called Step Cards. Here's the link......
Both are made with the same text die cut with the Robo. The pink one has flowers that I got from the Novi Mega Meet years ago but the BIG yellow one I got from Hobby Lobby. They are huge plastic confetti! The big brads would have secured it on the paper but those little flowers shimmer. Now for the little girl. She is a rubber stamp from Hero Arts # CL381.
I stamp them on white cardstock and color them while I get my IV drip or up on the coffee table.

I did others too but I thought you would like to see the neat ones with tutorials. :)

I know this seems far off but I am working on card that has a window where you can see the rubber stamped image through it. I have this X-mas tree and kids in jammies that I thought I could color and it would be so cute. As soon as I cut this card I will send it along.

Hope you send your Mom a beautiful card in Easel or Step form. :)



Trisha said...

Hey, Lisa! Your easel and step cards are SO cute! Thanks for the links, too. I might try that.

Mima said...

Hola Lisa,
Love your cards, Girl! They are quiet lovely. Thanks for the tutorial link. I also want to congratulate you on your compliments. TFS, Mima

Joanna said...

Gorgeous! I hope the farmer's market went well!