Thursday, June 2, 2011

Polka Dots and Stripes

First off, I want to share my Card Positioning Systems sketch card for this week.
 Gina K stamps is the sponsor and I picked an adorable set by Tami Mayberry, Perfect Pennants.  I paired the stamps I used with some great October Afternoon papers.
 I stamped the pennants, the banner piece and the sentiment is black and embossed all of them with clear embossing powder.  I then rubbed the pieces with a yellow, Marvy stamp pad.  My favorite one is that great, honeycomb looking pennant!
This card also fits the Getting Cricky Banner Sunday Challenge.
 Next us, a card using some Paper Smooches stamps.  I am going to submit it to Paper Smooches for their guest design team member search.

The cloud and the sentiment were stamped on cloud patterned paper.  The scooter was stamped on white cardstock and then again on this polka dot patterned paper by Graphic 45.  I colored the white image with Copic markers and cut out portions of the scooter from the polka dot paper and glued those in place. LOVE that woodgrain paper!
Gotta share a really cute photo...

Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)

SKETCH 220 – IT’S YOUR DAY card

Materials:
Stamps courtesy of Gina K – Perfect Pennants/Tami Mayberry
Cardstock – Core’dinations
X-Press Blending Card – Copic Markers
Patterned paper – October Afternoon
Black Versafine stamp pad
Clear embossing powder – Stampendous
Marvy stamp pad
Copic markers
Corner rounder punch – Fiskars
Brads – America Crafts
Foam tape- 3M

TOOT TOOT – BEEP BEEP card

Materials list:
Cardstock –Core’dinations
X-Press Blending Card – Copic Markers
Patterned paper – Fine and Dandy 6x6 pad/My Minds Eye, Bohemian Floral/Le Cirque Collection/Graphic 45 and (woodgrain) Campy Trails/American Crafts
Stamp set – Spiffy Scooters/Paper Smooches
Black Versafine stamp pad
Clear embossing powder – Stampendous
Clear Paper Glaze – Aleene’s®
Corner rounder punch - Fiskars
Foam tape – 3M

24 comments:

Connie said...

thanks for telling me about changing my PW~L.ll try that~ adorable card!!!

Crafting Misfit said...

Great card! I love it :) You should enter it over at Getting Cricky for our banner challenge this week!

gettingcricky.com

Getting Cricky DTM
Rebecca "Crafting Misfit"
http://craftingmisfit.blogspot.com/

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Your cards are adorable!! LOVING that wood grain and the scooter!! And what a handsome boy!! LOVE IT! :):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Keshet said...

These are so cute! I especially love the scooter set!

Cheryl Nelson said...

Darling photo of your grandson and your cards are just fab, as always!!!

ellen s. said...

these are so cute!

Pamela said...

These are SO cute! And I LOVE that photo! :)

Melissa Elsner said...

Cute, cute, CUTE! Love those cards and all of the stamping. The banner looks like patterned paper. Adorable photo too.

dstandard said...

Fabulous cards - good luck on the Smooches - it's an awesome card. As always your grandson is just precious!

Diane said...

LOve the banner card and you are right it does look like honeycomb...I'll have to go to Gina K's and check it out...love banners...the skooter card is cute too...goodluck...and the picture is adorable...just where does he think he is going with his "bigger then him bag"...lol!!

Sherry Wright said...

Such fun cards, love them both. your grandson is adorable. :)

Kathy said...

Great cards, I love them both. Nice job with the colors. Good luck!
Thank you for playing our Simply Sunday Challenge at Getting Cricky.
Hugs :),
Kathy - Getting Cricky DTM
http://the3esblog.blogspot.com

BabyBokChoy said...

that is a GIANT bag for a little guy, lol. Cute cute photo indeed.

And love your cards, those banners are darling!!!

Scrappymama Elaine said...

love your banner card, especially the great colors!!! YES! The photo is so cute! That bag is bigger than the little guy! lol! Thanks for playing along with Getting Cricky

Elaine-Getting Cricky DTM

Charlotte said...

Both of your cards are fantastic. I really love your color choices here. Thanks for joining the Getting Cricky Challenge.
Charlotte
Guest Designer @ Getting Cricky

Barbara Bruder said...

Your cards are both so so cute!!!! Love the wood design with the scooter and those pennants are so perfect with your other card.

felkatz said...

very cute cards!!! love the honeycomb on the banner. I so love the wood grain & that scooter!! too cute!!

Thanks for playing along with us at Getting Cricky's Simply Sunday Challenge!!

Kathy
Getting Cricky DTM

http://scrappingfelkatz.blogspot.com

Squirlygirl said...

Linda, I like both of your cards they are great! I've tried the emboss/staining technique and mine never turn out as good as yours looks! That banner is just adorable :) Thanks for joining the Simply Sunday challenge this week, hope to see you next week.
~Hugs~
Becky - Getting Cricky DTM
www.squirlygirlcreations.blogspot.com

K Andrew said...

Hi Linda,
this is absolutely stunning--I love the yellow and black color palette--great stamp choices too!
Thanks SO very much for playing along in my Simply Sunday Challenge at Getting Cricky!
PS I'm your newest follower!

Big Cricky Hugs,
K Andrew of Getting Cricky!
www.gettingcricky.com

Heidi Van Laar said...

These are so fun Linda! I love all the yellow and your polka dot scooter is adorable!

(-: Heidi

Chari M. said...

love both cards, but the scooter card is what caught my eye and brought me to your blog. I like your pattern paper choices and just love the wood grain background you used.

carina said...

Amazing cards Linda!!

Amy said...

OOOoooh, I LOVE your cards!! Black and yellow always make an AWESOME color combo -- your card is a perfect example!! :) Love the sentiment on your scooter card too...

Thanks so much for sharing your talent at Getting Cricky with K Andrew!! Hope you'll join us again for this week's 'Vintage Appeal' challenge!! :)

Amy :) at www.lovetocrop.com
Getting Cricky DTM

Audrey Pettit said...

What fabulous cards, Linda! Love, love the banner card. The color combo is so very eye catching, and I adore the polka dots and the fun banners. The honeycomb one is my favorite, too. And how cute is that scooter card? Love the wood grain and love the paper piecing. Really adorable way to do the sentiment, too.
And oh, does your little grandson ever make me smile. :)