Thursday, September 20, 2007

Some stamping things I have been doing:

Here are some fun things I have been working on in the last week:
I made this card for the SCS Sketch Challenge, which you can see here. I think this is such a fun set. I think the cats think they are purrfect (you know how cats are!) -- but the mice in the background remind us that no one is perfect! They are gobbling up every bite they can find!
This is my card for this Color Challenge:
River Rock
Really Rust
Chocolate Chip

My chicken got out this morning and played in the mud after last night's rain, hence the "dirt" all around her and the chicken wire. Not sure if I should have chosen that particular chicken for today's card. Hindsight. There are some clean ones hanging out on my desk, although Muddy Hen reflects the state of my desk better than the Clean Chicks.

This pink and silver card was made using a non-traditional embellishment: foil! I wanted to capture the idea of a big candy Kiss wrapper -- Hershey's Kisses are one of my favorite candies!

Here is another sketch card. I made the background paper from one of my Bach piano books (copied a portion of the music - no copyright rules broken - only a tiny piece! :) ) but it didn't work for that, so I decided to make a round card! The ribbon is tied in the center fold. The inside of the card looks like a 45rpm. Anyone remember those? :)


  1. Lovely cards. My favorite it the last one. These House of Mouse are so cute!!

  2. Wonderful creativity in your cards and such neat ideas!

  3. I love all these cards! I especially like the floating mousie. Creativity abounds at your house!

  4. What great cards! I admit I'm behind in my blogs plus you have so much to look at that I miss stuff. For one thing, you have quite a few new watermarks! How fun is that! I think my favorite in this group is the adorable " a little birdy told me..." love the flowers and colors. In the other set I really love the music one! So many wonderful cards!


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