Monday, August 10, 2009

Sketch Addiction

This weekend I was on the search for some sketches to use so I could use some of the neat supplies that were sitting on my scrapping table and here are a couple that I found. First, I turned to Card Patterns and used their sketch #27 to go along with these adorable new October Afternoon papers. I think the first thought for these papers would be a project that is "baby" related but when I went on a search for what October Afternoon stamps I had that would work, I came up with this cute label and the word "together". That just seems to go with that cute little row of ducks.
Want a close-up look at the punches I used? I had some extra Michael's coupons this week, so I am now the proud owner of some new border punches!!! Here I used two border punches. That large scallop one embosses and punches.
For the above card, I round a brand-new-to-me sketch and it was just right for these Daisy Bucket Designs papers and my brand new loopy border punch. I was blog hopping and came across the i heart 2 stamp blog and thought this sketch would be fun to use.
Is this punch just plain YUM! It also has a matching corner punch that I am sure I am going to go get.
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And the below photo just shows that it pays to be the "little" guy in the crowd. Our two older grandsons were over over the weekend and this is one of the games that got invented. Let me tell you that the smallest guy was pretty happy for the ride. He would willingly lay down on the large frizby for free rides.

Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)


TOGETHER – DUCKS IN A ROW card

Materials: Cardstock – Core Essentials/Core’dinations

Stamps and Patterned papers – Ducks in a Row/October Afternoon

Oval punch – McGill

Border punches – EK Success and Fiskars

Glitter Brads – Doodlebug

Machine SewingRhinestone – Mark Richards, Inc.

Black Versafine stamp pad

Colorbox stamp pad – ClearsnapSandpaper


LOVE YOU… card
Materials:
Cardstock – Core Essentials/Core’dinations

Patterned paper and Stamps – Daisy Bucket Designs

Stamp pads – Versafine and Ancient Page

Heart brad – Bazzill

Border punch – Martha Stewart

Scallop circle punch – PaperShapers

9 comments:

cheryln said...

Your cards are sooooooooo cute and I'm seriously jealous over those amazing border bunches!!!

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Totally sweet cards Linda!!!

Sandy from Ukiah said...

I am so jealous over your border punches too. Your cards are just way too cute.

Debbie said...

Beautiful. The stitching looks great, you put so much detail into your cards.
Cute photo of the boys. Are you going to post of photo of the new kitten soon?

whoistracy said...

Oh those ducks are soooo cute!! I've been seeing them all over lately and now I know why. Love your cards.

Heidi Van Laar said...

These are just wonderful Linda! Love all the border punch work, it really adds so much! I NEED that loopy punch now!

Adorable kiddos!

(-: Heidi

toners said...

Linda, these are beautiful! I love the look of those punches :)

Michelle Bertuzzi said...

Oh Linda, these are beautiful cards! I love that top and bottom scallops that you punched!
Your grandkids are adorable! Must be pure joy to have them around.

Lydia said...

Wow, I love the border treatment on the two duck in a row card, That looks so beautifl, great cards Linda!