Paper crafting is works of heart

Paper crafting is works of heart!

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Another graduation card style

Card for male high school graduates:

Only 2 guys took my spring semester parenting class so this is what I styled for them in order to express congratulations:

A little bit of bling but not ultra dainty like those shown in my other posting today.

Graduation cards for high school seniors

Cards for high school graduates:

Layouts and stamped focals are repeated; it's only the colors and embellishments that change from one card to the next in order to save time. These are some examples of what I did for my gals:

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Adorable baby congrats card

Grandchild congrats card:

Border embossed card=Studio G
"joy" stamp=Studio G
purple ink stamp pad=Studio G
floral pattern paper=Studio G
border sticker=Studio G
decorative tape=Studio G
congratulations ribbon=Martha Stewart Crafts
glue/adhesives=Elmer's Craft Bond
lavender card stock=Creativity Works

I just love the bunny cut from the beautiful floral paper! The bunny's shape was stenciled with a template pattern that I had altered in order to get an appropriate size that I was happy with.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Alternating coordinating papers for 2 diff looks

Different looks using same papers:

Supplies are from a variety of vendors: Creativity Works, Jolee's, Studio G, Hallmark, and more. The small embellishments are repeated to provide continuity.