Just a few wee cards that I have created recently. The Christmas-y card you might have seen a card I made very similar to this before. I really kept all the colours/layout the same, and just changed the Christmas wise men (from the previous card) into this cute little girl on a snowy night. The dinosaur card started out with far more lofty ideas in my head, and then came back down to something quite simple. I thought the finished product needed a little more, so I added the eyeballs.
With the new 2013-2014 Catalogue launch just weeks away, I am getting itchy fingers for some of the beautiful new products on offer. You'll have to wait and see.... not long now :)
Well I've been using up quite a few cards recently...That's what you're supposed to do with cards isn't it? At the moment, I am just trying to keep up with all those events in my life that warrant a card. Happy Birthdays, and New babies are a-plenty at the moment, but every so often one of those times in your life that you wish you didn't have-and a get well card is needed for a dear friend with a big fight ahead. Here's a little card that I made with a little inspiration from my Pinterest pinning.
I also made this Minecraft card for my Nephew recently. I wonder if he'll ever forgive me for giving Minecraft man Steve a circle for a nose :)
I live In the land of Aus with my Husband, Ken, and my two gorgeous kid-lets. To "Vege" out I love creating just about anything-from pretty cupcakes and treats to card-making, and gardening.In my past life I was a Florist-but now I enjoy staying home to look after my family. And just because I love Stampin' Up! I am also an independant Stampin' Up! demonstrator because it gives me a creative outlet where I can share my ideas with others.
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