Beautiful ivory card with coral shading by Lynette
Laural made this bright Hawaiian looking card using stamps and dies from Local King Rubber Stamps which was one of our gracious contributors for Sailing with Scissors. Here is their link: http://www.localkingrubberstamp.com/
Laural, you made a really cool looking card.
Ruth used red mirror paper for the Christmas tree and white pearl-like cardstock for the background paper. Very stunning card. The die that Ruth used for the tree was from Dee's Distinctively Dies who was also a generous contributor to our group. Here is the site to see Dee's very cool dies:
Cathy incorporated her First Nations culture in this stunning encouragement card. The inside of the card is stamped with a thoughtful Apache blessing stamp. Awesome card, Cathy.
This soothing and pretty card has the coolest navy doily frame. I'm afraid this is another card that didn't have a name. You made a really nice card.
Annette made this detailed and funny card. The background is warm and mottled with many colours. Very cool technique. This card will put a smile on the face of whoever receives it.
This elegant card is made by our new cardmaking friend Kay. Her use of different black and white papers on the card was well designed.
This is my card. My favourite part of this card is the little butterfly which is supposed to be used in flower arrangements.
Gayle H. made this soothing and pretty card. Notice the little smile she drew on the button, in the center of the flower. What a cute idea.
Last but not least, Karen made this avante-gard card with many cool elements that really work well together. Very unique Karen.