Saturday, August 10, 2013

having a crafty play day :)

had to get a card made to send to hubby's mom,
she is not feeling well, she has diabetes. 
so i figured i would play with some more challenges ;)



i wish i would have heat embossed the image in black 
to make it stand out more! but too late as it is in the mail now!! 


wanted to play with these next two challenges
before they close!!




su cardstock, mme hottenanny & the sweetest thing dp, 
stamps: CAS-ual Fridays truth is (flowers) 
           Janes Doodles: little miss mia
sentiments: EAD Designs (first card) 
                 SKDigis (second card, i think!) had it already printed from awhile back! lol
sewing, foam tape, misc bling, BG button, timeless twine (second card)

hubby and i got all our "chores" finished, i got two cards made,
so now it is time to kick back and relax with him :)
going to order pizza for dinner and see what is on netflix!!

8 comments:

Scrapaddict said...

These are beautiful! Can you come and finish my chores? Enjoy your pizza!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are gorgeous!! LOVING the colors and loveeeeeeee the flowers on the first one!!

Ren-Yi said...

did you pull anything exciting on netflix? your cards are both so adorable. The flower is striking and elegant, and the girl is just too cute. Thanks for playing along with us at Little Tangles. Feel free to check back for our Birthday Bash shenanigans.

June Houck said...

A pretty floral and a fun girl card! I really like them both, Rose. Great stitching and banners :)

~amy~ said...

Love both of your cards! Your Mom in law is going to love her card...so pretty! .....awwwww...your birthday card is so much fun! love all the paper piecing and the fishtail banners! Thanks for playing with us @ Little Tangles:)

jessica said...

Beautiful cards my friend! Your MIL will LOVE hers!!

Sarah said...

Beautiful cards! I love all the colours and patterned paper you have used. Thanks for joining us this week at Try Stampin' On Tuesday.

yyam said...

Awwww....how sweet are these! Just love how you rocked the patterns in the second one!