Built for Free Using: My Stampin Blog
Monday, November 24, 2014
2 more cards we made at the 11/20/14 card making event:
I stamped off once on top arc of Island Indigo, stamped center arc with Blue Lagoon then without reinking, stamped bottom arc. Same stamping off technique used on bottom 2 zig zags. Stamped heart and then punched out with heart punch of Itty Bitty Accents set and then popped up with a dimensional.
Friday, November 21, 2014
man was donated to our Social Concerns Committee to be sent to our shut ins and the other one the ladies each took home to send to a friend or family member. Only 2 of the 15 women had ever stamped before. We all had so much fun. What a delightful afternoon to spend with some lovely ladies. I love when I get to share my love of stamping. We uncovered some hidden talents today. The cards turned out great.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
My husband and I attended our friends' granddaughter, Hattie and Hannah's first "owl themed" birthday party last week. I made these 2 cards so they'd each have similar cards but not exactly the same. We had so much fun and I think my favorite part was when Hattie and Hannah got frosting and cake all over their sweet faces as they ate their owl cupcakes!
Just a few comments related to the supplies listed below:
1) I used 2 retired products when I made these cards; the ruffled ribbon and the googly eyes but you can easily substitute the washi tape and the eyes that come in the owl builder punch! Also, I don't have the 1-3/4 inch scallop punch so I used the 2nd smallest framelit from the Framed framelits so you have your choice of the supplies listed below. Lastly, since I made these two fairly similar cards, you can choose which one you make. I listed the supplies I used for BOTH cards! Hope you enjoyed these cute little owl cards!