Jo-Ann made this rustic and dimensional card. The elements of this card are fabulous. I love the netting with hints of glitter, the whimsical hat pin and the dew drop on this card. It makes for a really cool card. Great job Jo-Ann.
Friday, November 21, 2014
Annette created this light and airy card. Annette used her design-know how to create the "thank you" word die cut on her Silhouette machine. The frame and wording look beautifully fluid against the pastel background. Great card Annette.
Donna made this Dresden Plate quilt design card. Donna's first crafting love is quilting. Therefore it is no surprise that she incorporated this love with her new found craft of cardmaking. Donna used her Scan N Cut to cut out the elements of this unique card. Very sweet card Donna.
Karen made this hip Zentangle style card. The doodling in the flowing dress stamp is so uber cool. What a very cool card. I received this card signed by all our Sailing with Scissors members with a thoughtful gift. What a wonderful bunch of people. This card has a special place in my craft room! Great card Karen.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Pauline made this cool digital card. I love the bright colours, cheery elements and journaling details on the inside of the card. The reference to the cruise and our group makes this card really special. In addition, Pauline had broken her dominant arm prior to making her awesome card for the swap. Wow Pauline - you're a trooper!
Mary Jo made this dainty card. I like Mary Jo's use of a script stamp for the background. It is a pretty alternative to decorative paper. I will definitely make a mental note of this technique. The ribbon turns the flowers into a Spring time bouquet. Very lovely card Mary Jo.
Angie made this cute card. Angie made her cards using different decorative papers and embellishments but kept the style of card uniform for the swap. The style is clean and new with the lifted corner. What a great idea. I love this snowman card with the wooden snowflake circle. Great work Angie
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Here is my card for the swap. It is a gift card holder card which doesn't require additional postage when mailing. The cute little tree stamp was a Christmas present from my dear friend Karen, last year. Adhering all the sequins to the cards was a bit of a pain, to say the least. I'm still finding sequins in the carpeting. Ha ha.
Darlene made this incredible Stampscapes card. Stampscape cards can be challenging because you must stamp all the different element stamps on the cardstock perfectly or one of these elements can look out of place. Darlene definitely has mastered this technique because the card is beautiful. Nice job Darlene.