Saturday, August 21, 2010

SRM, Colour Q and Unscripted Sketches, all in one post!

I so needed to fit in a couple challenges this week, so here they are. 

This first card fits the SRM Stickers sketch challenge and the colors go along with the Colour Q challenge.  This combines several things that I just plain LOVE!
I love the Core Impressions cardstock from Core'dinations, can you see that little embossed pattern in the cardstock for the card base?  I so enjoy using SRM stickers for the sentiment on my cards.  My favorite way to use them is to apply them to white cardstock that is the same shape as the sticker.  I can't get enough self adhesive pearls and rhinestones. 
And, I love to use border punches.  I am not real sure what I did before so many companies started introducing so many wonderful designs.  And, since this card fits the color challenge at Colour Q, I LOVE their color combos and the way they put them together. 

This next card goes along with the Unscripted Sketch #69 for this week.  I LOVE working with sketches so being part of that team is right down my alley. 
This week, a little added challenge to the sketch was to create something a little different for the flowers in the sketch so I created little pinwheels, something I had been wanting to try for awhile. They are so fast and I think so cute, especially with that double sided patterned paper. 
Remember I mentioned we went to our fair recently. I will say that, hands down, the deep fried Oreos win in my book for the best fair food!!! YUM!
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)

JUST FOR YOU card

Materials list:
Cardstock – Core Impressions/Cosmo Cricket/Core’dinations
Patterned paper and chipboard stickers – Cosmo Cricket
Sticker sentiment - SRM
Border punch – Fiskars and Martha Stewart
Self adhesive pearls – Mark Richards, Inc
Oval punches - McGill
Foam tape – 3M
Sandpaper

SKETCH 69 – WISH card

Materials:
Cardstock – Core Expressions/Core’dinations
Patterned paper – Quite Contrary/My Mind’s Eye
Corner rounder punch – Fiskars
Mini brads
Sticker letters – Making Memories
Sandpaper
Foam tape – 3M

13 comments:

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Very beautiful, I love both cards, thanks for stopping by my blog to say hello! : )
You might want to check out the challenge at www.citycrafter.blogspot.com

Sylvia said...

Linda, Both these cards are lovely! I like both of them for different reasons. Thanks for playing the CQC!

Lorrie said...

your cards are incredible!! Oh, and that fried oreo looks like a dieters NIGHTMARE!! lol.

dstandard said...

Fabulous cards Linda - love what you did with the core!

Two Happy Stampers said...

Love your cards! Great layouts and they look so happy! Thanks for visiting us :-)

Ivanka said...

Bautiful cards, both of them! And deep fried Oreos??? Haven't seen that before, wouldn't mind trying it!!

Marlene said...

Cards are gorgeous - love those pinwheels!!! That deep fried oreo, though....holy cannoli - that looks AMAZING!!!!

Two Happy Stampers said...

Both of your cards are wonderful! Love the border punch on that first one... it's almost like a doily. I love the tiny pinwheels on the second... too cute!! =)

Deb Neerman said...

Absolutely gorgeous!! LOVE those adorable pinwheels, too!!

Glenda said...

Wow - these are so fun! Very bright and cheerful! Great work.

ashjoy said...

Very cute cards!

Teresa Hord said...

I love your pinwheel card! Super cute. Thanks for sharing!

Teresa

http://creativecowgirl.wordpress.com

Judi said...

Hi Linda - I just stumbled on your blog from the Core'dinations website -- love your cards! BTW, we live in the same county! How cool is that?