My Greeting Cards

May 6, 2010

Colleen’s Creations

Filed under: Colleen's Creations — patq3266 @ 3:49 pm

Every so often I can get my daughter, Colleen, to make cards with me. She is so talented, and can always come up with such great cards. Also, there is another post of her cards here: Colleen’s Creations Part II that you might want to check out.

Here are a few she did recently:

Pink Birthday

Pink Birthday

This card uses SU’s On a Pedestal stamp. It also has chocolate chip polka dotted paper, melon mambo paper and the ribbon is melon mambo.  There is also stickle on the top of the cake.

Yellow Thought Card

Yellow Thought Card

 This card uses yellow cs and razzleberry dotted paper.  The sentiment is one of the newer clear stamps from SU.

Lime Green Birthday

Lime Green Birthday

 This lime green card was stamped with Chocolate Chip ink using the SU Crazy for Cupcakes stamp,  and then distressed around the edges with the same ink.  The ribbon is Striped Chocolate Chip from SU.

Hot Pink Birthday

Hot Pink Birthday

 This card uses SU Razzleberry Lemonade DSP and Melon Mambo cardstock and Pumpkin Pie ink.  The white cardstock is distressed with SU Curry. As usual, there is some stickle on the card to make it more exciting.

Gold Get Well

Gold Get Well

This card uses So Saffron DSP and So Saffron cardstock. The stamp is SU’s Garden Greetings, and the sentiment is from the same set and stamped in Chocolate Chip.  The brown ribbon is from Michael’s.

Gold Friend

Gold Friend

The white cardstock was stamped with the SU Medallion stamp using So Saffron ink, then a strip of Razzleberry Lemonade DSP was placed on top.  A strip of Razzleberry cardstock was placed on top to hold the gold.  The sentiment was stamped using Rich Razzleberry ink using SU’s Smarty Pants stamp.

Yellow Cupcakes

Yellow Cupcakes

This card uses the Crazy for Cupcakes  set from SU and curry cardstock and dotted ribbon.  The cupcakes were stamped using Chocolate Chip ink and the little cherries on top are filled in with stickle.

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2 Comments »

  1. Great Cards, Colleen. You are so artistic!

    Comment by patq3266 — May 14, 2010 @ 6:40 pm

  2. […] they are keeping them for another couple of years. Also, check out the other post of her cards, Colleen’s Creations Razzleberry Flower This card uses the Razzleberry DSP from SU and the Curry cardstock. She cut the […]

    Pingback by Colleen’s Creations Part II « My Greeting Cards — May 14, 2010 @ 6:53 pm


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