2/25/2008

bebe on the way!

Volunteering at the book fair for the school this week - not much time so I must make fast cards! Happy news today - I found out a friend is expecting! Lockhart sweeeeeeet ice cream and pickles image was stamped on white cardstock and colored with markers. I outlined everything with my favorite BV31 pale lavender so it would make the images 'pop'. I used a Tim Holtz trick for this one! I cut the white cardstock to the size I wanted, then realized I wanted the 'congratulations' really low - there was not enough room for the stamp-a-ma-jig to 'grab' the cardstock. So, using Tim's trick to make grungeboard 'hold still' (see his step 8), I took a glue dot (a mini one) and placed it on the back of my white stamped piece, then stuck it to my non-stick craft sheet. Presto! It held in place for me to use the Stamp-a-ma-jig! This layout and stamp usage was inspired by Trudee Sauer's post here - her card is absolutely gorgeous!!!!!

stamps: Lockhart Stamp Company paper: patterned: retired Crate paper, white: Papertrey Ink; green cardstock and folded card base - key lime from Memory Box ink: Palette pad in Noir accessories: Copic markers, white 5/8" polkadot ribbon, celery eyelet: Impress

9 comments:

Lana said...

Very clever Cindy!

leenda said...

Neat tip & fun card! I should own stock in Karen' stamps!

Trudee said...

OMGosh Cindy I love the bright, fresh color combo on yours! SO cute!

StamperSharon said...

Oh, Cindy -- we sure were thinking on the same lines today! Love these bright, cheery colors!

Bevie Pearl said...

I PROMISE I am not expecting - - but I would just to get this card!

Whoopsie Daisy! said...

TFS the clever TH tip! Such a cute card... love that Crate pp! Congratulations to your friend!

Rose Ann Reynolds said...

This is so fresh and pretty! I love that adorable image too!!

Zafran ali said...

Wow!Nice designed Thank,s for so nice sharing tips...
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Hank Hendricks said...

This is gorgeous. How can i design such nice design for the plastic business cards to make them so beautiful like this? I really appreciate this.