Here are a few more of Colleen’s cards that she made recently. As you can see, she really likes the In Colors from SU. It’s good that they are keeping them for another couple of years. Also, check out the other post of her cards, Colleen’s Creations
This card uses the Razzleberry DSP from SU and the Curry cardstock. She cut the flower from the Embrace Life set and placed it in the middle with a purple brad.
This card uses Razzleberry Lemondade cardstock. The medallion is stamped using Razzleberry ink. This card is similar to one on the last post, but it is done in different colors.
This card uses the SU Razzleberry Lemonade DSP and razzleberry ink. The sentiment is stamped with SU’s curry ink.
Razzleberry Thank You
On this card, Colleen took the Medallion stamp set and stamped on curry cardstock. Then, in order to use both sides of the DSP, she folded it down with a brad. The sentiment is from SU’s Oval All set.
Hot Pink Love You
These are two of Colleen’s favorite colors, and they look great together on this card. She used black cardstock, then layered on SU’s Melon Mambo dotted, and then white. The bow is just plain white ribbon from Michael’s.
I really did make a lot of cards last month, I just never got around to posting them. So I’ll have double this month.
Last night OperationWriteHome put out an APB for a hero that had returned from the Middle East and was involved in a 27 car pile up. She left her car to help others who were hurt in the accident, since she had training, and was then hit herself by a truck. The rest of the story is not good. So, in order to cheer her up and help her thank those who have helped her since this accident, we were asked to create a few cheerful cards for her. These cupcake cards seemed like they would cheer her up, so I was happy to make them.
Chocolate/Pink Thank You
Blue/Pink Thinking of You
My daughter, Colleen, just loves anything cupcake. She loves to make them, decorate them, scrapbook them, make them into cards…..everything can be cupcakes in her world. So I found this set of cupcake stamps and scrap lifted the design from a YouTube video, and here is the final product:
The stamps are from Basic Grey and the cardstock is from Joann’s. The video on YouTube is part of the Finally Friday series.