Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Monday = craft day @ BFFs...

Sorry I didn't get this posted last night. I ended up buying the new Indiana Jones DVD and watched it with my family.

Finally, we got back to crafting day at my BFFs. We call it craft day, because sometimes the others scrapbook and sometimes they quilt. I just play with my papers and inks. This is what I made yesterday. I have two other cards that I started and couldn't complete because I forgot to pack some stuff. Oh well... TFL

I thought the look of this B&T would work well with the Toile stamp set. It's not exactly what I had in mind, but it turned out okay...

What I used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Toile (retired) stamp set
Perfect Day B&T
Black, Juniper and Colonial White C/S
Juniper and Colonial White inks
Scallop edge punch (SU)
1 1/8 and 1 1/4" circle punches (other)
Bulk white daisy ricrac (inked with Juniper ink)
Sparkles
Make-up sponges (other)
Pop-dots (other)


For this card, one of the gals was making some tags with her new pumpkin Quikutz die, to put on the snacks for her children's class Halloween parties. I thought it would be cute on a card, so I used it on the Originals - Buckle card pattern.

What I used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Originals
Say It In Style stamp set
Creative Basics Silhouette B&Ts
Goldrush and Colonial White C/S
Green C/S (other)
Quikutz Pumpkin die
Garden Green brads
2" circle punch (Fiskars)
Pop-dots (other)


I am in LOVE with the Shining Star stamp set. Here's another quick card done using Originals - Balance It Out card pattern.

What I used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Originals
Shining Star stamp set
Notebook B&T
Game On B&T
Bamboo and Colonial White C/S
Black brads
Black ink
Pop-dots (other)

2 comments:

Nicole's Scrappin' Corner said...

looks like you got a lot done at your craft night!
Great cards-especially love the toile one-I love that set!

Clearly Inspired said...

Looks like you and your friends get a lot done crafting. The all look great! Thanks for the inspiration!

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