Friday 20 February 2009

Make a moo or two: playing cards

This is the first time I've made a moo for the challenge of Make a moo or two, which this time is 'playing cards'.

I found this image among my Crafty Individuals 'people and places' and cut it down, mounted on to a piece of K & Co Hannah, added the hearts and inked the edges with Versamagic pink grapefruit (loving that colour).

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Small World of Inchies & Twinchies: the kiss

This is a twinchie for the challenge on Small World of Inchies and Twinchies: the kiss. (I've replaced the photo this morning with a bit better one taken in daylight.) The backing paper is K & Co Hannah and the little couple were cut from a Crafty Individuals Miniature 'people & places'.

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Green and yellow Easter card

This card is based on the sketch this week on Our Creative Corner:

I've used a mixture of K & Co Hannah papers and the chicks paper from PDA. The Happy Easter stamp is PM stamped with archival library green. The theme this week for Dutch Dare 36 is 'green and yellow'; as this card has an Easter egg charm that is shiny, it also fits the Wednesday Stamper theme for this week 'shiny'.

Lastly, challenge CBCC088 on CBC is 'all in a row' where Joanne says she'd like to see a row of something - I hope my chicks count, because there are quite a few rows of them.

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Sketch Saturday 38 + Cute Card Thursday 48

This card uses the lovely sketch on Sketch Saturday 38:

Once again, I've used some decoupaged tulips and just touched one or two with stickles icicles. All the papers are K & Co Hannah (while it was out after doing the CJ DLO) and the circles were cut on the cricut (so easy).

This card is also for challenge 48 'signs of spring' on Cute Card Thursday.

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Today's the day to post the next CBC CJ - this time my DLO has been in Crafty Barbie's lovely journal on Flowers. Barbara requested us to try and use co-ordinating colours - deep pink, green and blue. I've used K & Co Hannah papers for the background and for the flowers cut on my cricut. The flower quotes were computer generated and printed on to blue textured card, with the addition of some PM sticky ribbons and some flowers that I've loved using quite a few times, but sadly have now used the last of them.

I really enjoyed doing my part in Barbara's CJ.

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