Friday, April 30, 2010

Do you want to win?

Is that a silly question? Would you like to win some Nikki Sivils goodness? In honor of National Scrapbook Day, Nikki Sivils is going to offer some give aways.
You have a few ways to be a winner.
ONE - leave a comment on my blog, I will be picking one winner on Sunday, May 2. Be sure that I am able to contact you.
TWO - check out the blogs of some of the other design team members, many of them will also be offering a give away by leaving a comment on their blogs. The links are on the side of the Nikki Sivils blog.
THREE - join in the card challenge on the Nikki Sivils Blog. If you don't have Nikki Sivils products, you can make a card with any supplies. You have a little more time to do this one.
Now to share a some Nikki Sivils creations with you.
This is a round card. The card base itself is round and then this decorated piece is glued on top of that base.
All of these elements are part of the Will He Be the 1 collection. I coated the milkshake die cut with Aleene's Paper Glaze so it would look like glass.
The scallop ruffle is actually a large round patterned piece of paper from the collection. I cut off the outer scallop edge and then I clipped into that border. By making the clips into that strip, it made it easier to gather it and glue it around the outside edge of the round card front.
I love the look of a quilt on a card so I cut small squares from patterns in the Flaming Butterfly collection. These papers are from the mini pad where the prints are smaller.
I used one of the bread tags on my card and the buttons are self adhesive and have the tread already on them. Talk about EASY buttons to add to a project.
Thanks for visiting and for leaving a comment to be in the running to win,
Linda (lbpost)

Cardstock – Core Essentials/Core’dinations
Patterned papers and Date Cutie Cut-Ups – Will He Be the 1/Nikki Sivils Scrapbooker
Scallop scissors – Fiskars
Corner rounder punch – Fiskars
Tonic Paper Distresser
Clear Paper Glaze – Aleene’s®
Coluzzle circle template
Core'dinations cardstock
Martha Stewart border punch
Cuttlebug Swiss Dot embossing folder
Machine sewing
Nikki Sivils Flaming Butterfly patterned papers, Bread Tag and Self adhesive buttons
Making Memories rub-on sentiment


Susan said...

LOVE how you made the ruffle for that round card, which is totally FAB!! Thanks for sharing it with us.

Danielle said...

Both of your cards are gorgeous. The ruffle is too cute. I agree with the card looking quilted. Great job.

Janet said...

I lvoe these cards. Great texture

SmilynStef said...

Aren't you clever with the scallop border ... super-fun designs.

Suzy said...

Happy NSD! :) Thanks for the chance to win some awesome papers! ;)

Monique said...

Love love love the cards!! Thanks for a chance to win some delicious Nikki products!! Happy NSD!!

Erika M. said...

Loving your cards!

Amber said...

Happy NSD! Thanks for the chance...beautiful cards!!

craftymom205 said...

Love your cards.

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Carole Stirrat said...

Such cute cards!! Love that little milkshake!! TFS and Happy NSD!!

Melissa Elsner said...

Linda I just love your cards! What a great way to use the scalloped paper. Might have to try that soon!

Laura Stewart said...

great project!

Sarah said...

your cards are adorable! i love that ruffle

Catherine said...

Really cute cards...loving the Dream Each Day one so much.

kmassman said...

Love your cards!
kmassman at gmail dot com

Margie said...

I love the ruffles!

teresamatz said...

great cards, I love the ruffle and the milkshake

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Pao said...

your cards are such an inspiration.

i hope i get to be chosen because i truly love the victoria's street collection.

Angie said...

Gorgeous projects! Inspires me to get craftin! Happy NSD!

Jennifer Hansen said...

Great cards as always!

jlh774 at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

That round card is fabulous!! I love National Scrapbooking Day...such a fun and relaxing day. *Megan

Cynthia B. said...

Beautiful cards! Love all the detail - the ruffle and the glitter on the circle card, the quilted look on the 2nd. Awesome stuff! Thanks for sharing!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Fabulous cards Linda. Especially love the circle one... thanks for showing how you did it. :o)

dstandard said...

Fabulous cards!

Lindalou said...

Great cards and great supplies. I love that circle border you do. Wo cool.

Melisa Waldorf said...

Hi Linda. I love that circular card!! And what a clever way to create the scalloped border. Cute images. I had never heard of this company and will have to check it out! Have a great week!

ShoppingTamii said...

your cards are BEAUTIFUL!

Suzanne Webb said...

Cute, cute cards Linda, thanks for the little tutorial on the pleated scalloped circle too, I love that look :)

ellen s. said...

those bread tags are azwesome!!! love how you incorporated it into the card