All I seem to be making at the moment is cards. I've got plenty of ideas for LOs, but without pictures you don't get very far. I recently got a new iMac, and David now got my old one. This means that all my pictures from the day before I got my new one are on that machine. I really need to get organised and get them printed. I'm reluctant to have them all printed as 4x6", as I'm pretty sure I don't want them all that size. How do you organise them?
Anyhow, back to the cards. A friend of a friend had her third baby last week. As I've gotten to know her a little bit as well in the past 18 months (can you believe we've been here that long already), I decided to make a card for her. Actually I made two, as my friend wanted me to make one for her as well. Here's one:
Supplies used: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics, PPs: Scenic Route, alphas: American Crafts Thickers, buttons: MME and Autumn Leaves, ribbon: ? (I totally lost track of that, sorry, but if I had to guess I would say Making Memories), tag: local newsagent, stamp: baby girl Stampin'Up, ink: VersaColor, paper frills: Doodlebug.
And here's the other one:
Supplies used: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics, PPs: Scenic Route, buttons: MME and Autumn Leaves, ribbon: local newsagent, tag: local newsagent, rub-on: American Crafts MiniMarks, scallop nesting die: Quickutz, pin: 'Lil Davis.
Last week I also made another male card, but I must admit I find those very hard. Still searching for some more inspiration.
Supplies used: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics and DCWV, PPs: Scenic Route, ribbon: ?, 'A': Sizzix.
One more. I was a bit adventurous with this one and made a card for our babysitter, who's celebrating her birthday next week.
Supplies used: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics, PPs: Scenic Route, Collage Press, and 7Gypsies, foam stamp: CK, ink: VersaMark, embossing powder: psychedelic StampWorld, tag: ?, ric rac ribbon: Maya Road, buttons: Autumn Leaves, Sei, raffia, rub-on: 7Gypsies, bling: KaiserCraft, 'B': Silhouette die cut.
On thing that never appears in any of the photos, but I do use on all cards I make is a personalised stamp on the back. This is what it looks like:
You can buy them here.
Happy Wednesday (only two more days until it's weekend (again))!