Wednesday, July 28, 2010

TESC122-have a rockin' birthday!-CPS177-butterflies

I created this card for the my friend's daughter.  She'll be turning 11 this week-end.  I've known her since she was 3 yrs old and she is growing up into such a beautiful girl.  she's also into card making so for her birthday she will be getting a could of pizza boxes full of paper and embellies from me.  I'm cleaning out my stuff and even though it's not new, some papers have never been touched.
I hope she'll like her "new" stuff!

I used some old American Craft papers i had lying around and had never used.  the stamp is from Hannah Stamps, i bought this one when they went out of business and i got it for dirt cheap; i thought it might be good for tweens.   the rhinestones are from the dollar store and they are lime green, i went over them with a copic (BG45) to get closer to the teal from the leopard print paper.
I also used the sketch #122 from Taylored Expressions and a rub-on from Hambly.
what's in it?
pp: American Craft
stamp: Hannah stamps
ink: memento, versacolor, copics (0-C3-C5-C7-RV13-Y17-BG23-BG45-E31-E35)
other: Hambly rub-on, dollar store gems, pop dots

ok, one more challenge.  CPS-card positioning systems #177
this one is for my friend's mother in law's birthday.  
what's in it?
cs: bazzill
pp: Jellybean Soup, October Afternoon
stamp: Martha Stewart
ink: memento, copic (YR65, YR04, YR20, BG45, BG49) white signo pen\
other: ribbon (fabric store) 

thanks for stopping by,


Alice Wertz said...

two beautiful cards! the butterflies on your CAS card are gorgeous!

cabio's craft corner said...

Both cards are awesome Belle!! Your friend's daughter is going to love that sweet girly card and those butterflies are fun on the second card :o)

Karocreations said...

Very nice!
I wanted to know what you did, because I saw you in Janick's blog.


Anonymous said...

Both of the cards are very beautiful. I am sure that your friend's daughter will lover her card. I know that I would have loved to receive one like it when I turned 11. Actually, I would love to receive one now. :)