Saturday, September 18, 2010

Happy Birthday!

I made this card for the Be Inspired #100 Happy Birthday Cuttlebug Challenge. I enjoy making dahlia fold flowers and like to use the flowers on cards. A great tutorial can be found at SplitCoastStampers
I chose to use my new Cuttlebug folder Kassie's Brocade on the pink background. I think it is so pretty and I like the larger size folder. Cuttlebug folders include Birthday for the phrase, Celebrate; and Disney Take the Cake Cut and Emboss for the cupcake and gift bag.  Cricut cartridges are Plantin Schoolbook and Home Decor. Martha Stewart edge punch, pearls and inking!

Challenges -- Cuttlebug Challenges
                    Card Patterns -- using the pretty sketch 81


Thinking of You

This card is made for RAQ'S Card Challenge 9-8 to 9-14 using sketch 2.
Sentimentals cartridge is used for the tag and the phrase "Thinking of You".
Several papers are embossed on this card. Cuttlebug folders used are Polka Dots, Swiss Dots, and Textile. 
Martha Stewart edge punch, ribbon and ink; Recollection pearls.

Challenges -  My Sheri's Crafts Challenge 22 "Thinking of You"



Living in a rural agriculture area, I know many folks are not able to enjoy a day off from work on Labor Day. This card is a "Thank You" for family, friends and neighbors who spend long hours playing in the dirt! A big thanks to all those involved in agriculture!
Cartridges used are Every Day Paper Dolls --tractor, Wild Card-- Thanks.
Cuttlebug folders used are Swiss Dots and Diamonds in the Rough.
Inking, brads and a deer button.

Challenges-- My Sheri Crafts  - Challenge #21 Labor Day
                    Fantabulous Cricut - #26 Labor Day theme


Going Old School

Using a school theme, this card is made for a couple of challenges.
At Jitterbuggin' Sketch 17- Going Old School, the challenge is to follow the sketch, use the primary colors red, blue and yellow, and a cricut cut.
At Fantabulous Cricut, the theme "Button up for School", the challenge is create a school theme project and add a button.
Cricut cartridges used are A Child's Year- the boy with the chalkboard and apples; Plantin Schoobook for the A+. Cuttlebug folders are Measure by Measure; Frills for the buttons. Paper is Paper Studio and Miss Elizabeth's for the chalkboard. Pop-dots, Martha Stewart ink, Paper Studio ribbon, yellow buttons from my stash tied with blue embroidery thread.


Glenda's Cards

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