I wanted to make cards today. The rest of the week is iffy. Too much going on, including an overnight trip to watch the grandkids in Madison -- and I get to watch the new baby too!! So while I have the time, I'm popping in three cards for three challenges. My first card goes into CASology, where Geri G. is Guest Designer over there this week. The cue card is "Triangle."
This is a "well-shut-my-mouth" card. Darn clever!!
My card goes something like this:
You might ask where the triangles are...well, some are on the paper airplane, and if you really think about it, all the stars on the scrap of dp are made up of them too! That was a happy accident, finding that dp in my scrapbox. I was actually looking for a cloudish paper, but this blue struck my fancy. The stamps and die for the paper airplane are all LF and stamped with black SU ink.
Next up, I have a card for Seize the Sketch, a challenge I've been wanting to play in, but haven't had the chance until today.
Very cool sketch. I can see using this one again. Since I wanted to make some little girl cards, this worked out well.
It's a prettier pink than it shows, and it actually is somewhere in between the 3-petaled flower and the bottom half of the strip above the polka dots. Scraps again, both the cardstock and the dp. The felt flowers are from SU, and the stamp is Imaginisce. Studio G ink. Pretty darn easy. And I think a young lady will like this one.
And last but not least, I am playing along with the Lawnscaping Challenge, where the sentiment is to be made the focal point of the card.
I liked the idea so much, that after I finish this post, I'm hoping to make one more card along these lines. We'll see how it goes...
All the stamps and the little smiley face are LF, of course. A scrap of white for the speech bubble, some Kaiser Craft dp, and the navy polka dot strip down the left side is a sticker from Fancy Pants. Jenni Bowlin Spice Tin ink, and a smidge of Studio G. Oh, and an MFT die.
So that's it for today. Happy dances everyone.