Thursday, January 27, 2011

Happy Ladybug...

What a way to use 2 sets for a totally neat card. This is using "Pick a Petal" and "Flight of the Butterfly". I saw this a few years back on a stamp site and just added the scallop border punch along the bottom. Since "Flight of the Butterfly" has a few different sayings in this same loopy stamp you can change the theme of the card fairly easy. This just makes me ready for spring! Other than the fact I don't care for the orange biting ones too much!!! They're everywhere!!!

Friday, January 21, 2011

Give up Chocolate...

As we get closer to the "month of love", we can not forget one of the true loves of all women; CHOCOLATE!!! I have fell in love with the EAT CHOCOLATE set from Occasions Mini by Stampin' Up! This is the first card I made with this set. Of course it uses Chocolate Chip card stock, button, and ribbon!!! I also paired it with the DECK THE HALLS designer series paper from the holiday mini. I just think this beautiful!!!

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Catching up in the New Year!

Oh wow! It is already well into January of 2011!!! Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. I know I did. And a white one at that!!! If you are like me time has just flown by. I hope you have thought about some of the things you'd like to do or try this year. I know I am wanting to work a bit more on my scrapbooks this year along with trying to (even though I am a bit late) keep up with my blog.

So with keeping with the latter of keeping up with my blog, here is the last Therapy Card Nite of 2010. Sorry about the pictures, I couldn't fix them the lighting is WAY off. (and I missed one)...

This one is done using Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla, and Always Artichoke. I did CASE this one from Jamie Hurley, but as I've looked around it seems like a lot of people did one similar to this.

This is just a simple one I changed up from the Idea Book & Catalog using our Scalloped Edge Punch and Marvelous Markers.

This is using the sponge technique, Watercolor Pencils and an old, but favorite Christmas Word set of mine, Season Greetings.

Here is another one I did using some old DSP, versa mark, and chalks.