Hello! I'm taking advantage of our quiet Sunday afternoon to show you some more cards. FINALLY! This first Medallion card is similar to the Curry swap that I made. I was going to make some of these for swapping, but I ran out of Basic Black. Yes! I really did! I'm waiting on my next shipment so that I have more. I'm down to a 1/2 sheet. The Medallion is stamped in Rich Razzleberry. The Oval All stamps are stamped in Basic Black. The butterfly is colored in with my Razzleberry marker and the white gel pen helps the dots on the frame stand out. The finial folder, one Rhinestone and a bit of Black Gingham ribbon finish off this simple card.
This card is a CASE of a swap that my friend Cheryl received. Nope, I didn't get one of these beauties, so I had to take a pic and then make one myself. Isn't it gorgeous???!!! And so simple! I stamped the Wedding Sweet stamps in Soft Suede. Since I didn't have the coordinating wheel for this stamp set, I used my Illuminated wheel, which I think goes quite well with these stamps. I punched out the greeting with the Curly Label punch. The mat behind it was punched with my Movers & Shapers Die. The ribbon is the polka dot suede flipped over. (can't have white dots with vanilla cardstock!) CS is Very Vanilla, Sahara Sand, and Soft Suede.
This card is a CASE of one that I saw on the display boards at convention. Isn't that cute? Since I didn't have the stamp that the stamper used for the cake stand, I decided to make a scalloped stand out of the Scallop Edge Punch and the Crop-A-Dile. The base of the cake stand is from the Scribbles Swirls sizzlit. The background is the new texturz plate. The cupcakes were stamped with Party Hearty in Melon Mambo and Bermuda Bay and the Fine Cosmo Glitter was adhered with a 2-Way Glue Pen.
So, what do you think? Can you tell that I had fun at convention? Stay tuned for convention swaps. They're really incredible!!!
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