Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Variations of a base card

I had to prepare a card for a Shoebox Swap for Ruth Murphy's quarterly team meeting and it had to be made with products from either the Occasions Mini catalog or the Sale-a-Bration catalog. I chose to use some of the paper from the Ice Cream Parlor Designer Series Paper & Quick Accent Pack, ribbon from the Ribbon & Button Pack and the round scallop stamp For You from the Punch Bunch set. My base card is Confetti White with Wild Wasabi cs. I wanted to make it a Clean and Simple design for the sake of time. The ink is Poppy Parade  which brings a bright pop to the card.

I had left over materials which I brought home to use myself. Always needing cards to send out quickly, I decided to make some birthday and get well cards to have on hand...these can be for male or female. The 2nd card is done in Pacific Point with the 3rd using the birthday stamp coming from the Fun & Fast Notes set. Additional supplies are the regular scallop punch, the large scallop punch and dimensionals.

We had a great time at the meeting making the various cards and projects and sharing ideas, not to mention the good food. A project we did was to stamp a design on a small domino and make a necklace with it...something I had never done before...what a cool idea it was!
Thanks for stopping by, have a blessed day!

5 comments:

Becky said...

Barb these are lovely, love how you did them in different colors.

Joan Ervin said...

What pretty colors and papers, Bard, and I love the new stamps you used!!! Sounds like you had a great time!!!

Jackie said...

Very nice Barb! I like the variety here & can't wait to get that *paper*....I have the cd but it's not the same!!!

Carrie Sampsel said...

Cute cards and great blog. I'm you're newest follower from the SC discussion. I'm #344 on the list. Thanks for sharing.
Carrie Sampsel
www.carriesscrapyard.blogspot.com

Leena Girsa said...

Great layout...so versatile! TFS!! Now following your blog from SC #342...hope you'll return the favor when you get a chance. http://alacards.blogspot.com