And a couple of little girls

Just a couple more cards I did today with some cute little girls on...

This first one is for Totally Tilda's Challenge #38 to make a thank you card and for Papertake Weekly's Sketch Challenge. I slightly changed the sketch as I used a ribbon where the sentiment should be and moved the sentiment to the side instead. I used some of my new Authentique papers and these are lovely! They have a slight texture to them and the colours are so pretty. I only have 2 paper packs at the minute, but am definitely going to buy some more.


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And my final card for today is for Free For All Challenge #96 to make a tri-fold card (I used SCS' new tutorial for a double dutch fold - it has 3 folds in it so I guess it counts!) and Free For All Challenge #97 to use a dress stamp. I don't have any dress stamps, but I do love these huge Victorian/Cinderella style dresses that this series of Kraftin' Kimmie stamps have, so I'm using this one instead.


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And that's the final post of the year from me folks! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you all have a great New Year. Best Wishes for 2012!

A couple of cameos

Just a couple of cameo cards I made today. I'm not really a cameo kind of girl, but I do really like these images on cards at the minute!

This first card is for SC365 for the sketch and Stampin' Royalty's Challenge #104 to use Rose Red, Pretty in Pink, Chocolate Chip and Crumb Cake - what a gorgeous combo this is! Love my pinks and browns together! Do you like my little doily-esque layer behind my sentiment? This is the result of a happy accident when I was making a card for a workshop back in November. I punched two of the triple layer doily punches and cut them in half, trimmed off a little bit that was sticking out and stuck them to the back of the 1 3/8" circle punch. I think it's looks really effective! And those little flourishes above and below the sentiment are the top little bit from the big flourish from the Bliss set. I love these little flourishes, but SU don't ever seem to have them in their sets, like PTI do, so a bit of masking tape helped the job along!


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My next card is for Card Patterns Sketch Challenge #146 and ColourQ Challenge #117 to use Basic Black, White and 1 other colour of choice. Instead of my usual pink, I went with purple for a change and totally love how this card came out. I love damask prints and adore that dinner set, so just had to put some on my card as well.



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And that's all for this post folks. Thanks for stopping by!

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