Thursday, January 6, 2011

Hearts and Sea World

I know that post title makes no sense whatsoever but my post is two parts and those are the two parts, that simple!

I wanted to share my Card Positioning Systems card for this week, that is the "HEART" part. The Stamps of Life sponsored the sketch this week and so I was able to play with this amazing set and I combined that with a simple piece of gray Core'dinations cardstock that was embossed with dots!
I stamped the little frame and the scribble heart of white cardstock using white ink and white embossing powder.  That was then colored by rubbing it with stamp pads and spraying it with ChalkBoard Glimmer Mist. The white embossed design resisted the stamp pad inks and the spray. 
Now for the SeaWorld part of the post...
During the Christmas holidays in 2009, we went to SeaWorld with some of our family. I put together a very simple little mini album that would be easy for little hands to handle.  I cut the pages from chipboard and used little accents of Core'dinations cardstock and WeRMemory Keepers patterned papers. 
For the first page in the album, I used a picture that I took of the Holiday banners at the park and I added in the words to the photo before printing it out.  What an easy way to do a title.
I combined small photos along with larger photos so I could get in as many pictures as possible.

This is the last page, a photo of our group and the year.
And, these are in my yard today! For some reason, Pansy's grow really well here during the winter even with the cold days we have had this season. 
It is almost like they are growing like weeds. Just thought I should make someone out there a little jealous!

Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)

SKETCH 199 – LOVE card

Materials:
Clear stamps courtesy of The Stamps of Life – hearts 2 love set
Cardstock – Core Essentials /Core’dinations
Copic paper
Cuttlebug embossing folder
Black Versafine stamp pad
White stamp pad – Joann craft store
White and clear embossing powder - Stampendous
Chalkboard Glimmer Mist – Tattered Angels
Copic Markers
Circle and scallop circle punches – PaperShapers
Corner rounder punch - PaperShapers
Self adhesive rhinestones – Mark Richards, Inc.
Scrap Dots – Helmar
Sandpaper

13 comments:

Lindalou said...

Great card and love your Sea World book. So cool and what a great way to remember the trip.

Those of us up in the North would be happy to see anything growing outside. The pansies are lovely.

Jess said...

Cute card! Love the simple mini album. I find there's always so many vacation pictures a simple mini album is almost always what I go with too. Looks like a great vacay!

Lea L. said...

I just LOVE the colors of your card, Linda! The sanded embossing is pretty awesome too! Great job! ♥♥♥

hilde janbroers said...

that card is so cute! and I love the mini album...

Cheryl Nelson said...

fantabulous card! I love the colors and the fab heart! cute little album!
I LOVE pansies! *so yep, I'm jealous!

Marlene said...

Both are great projects! Valentines Day is coming quickly. I love Seaworld!

MrsETaylor said...

tee hee hee. I'm giggling at the correctness of your blog title comment. Kinda funny really

Thanks for stopping by today and saying hello. Your visits Linda are ALWAYS appreciated. Hope you are doing well

Toodles
Erika

BabyBokChoy said...

I was enthralled with your projects until I got the pics of flowers that is currently in your yard, now I feel like throwing a tantrum. It's another 6 months before we see anything like that here, sigh...

DebW said...

great stuff as always! tfs!

Fuzzy Slippers said...

Ooo your card is soooo pretty and the mini album is the cats pajamas! I adore minis. :)

Andrea Amu said...

Great mini album, Linda!
And I soo love the resist technique you did with the scribble heart! The gray background ROCKS, too!

dstandard said...

Awesome Linda - love the card and the album is fabulous - lucky you on the pansies - deer would have those for a snack here!

Bev Gerard said...

Where ... oh where to start??
Love the mini album ... such a sweet presentation of treasured times! Had to chuckle as I moved through your brilliant post to mentally assemble the title, you clever lady!

~Bev