Thursday, March 31, 2011

Some OCL cards


A couple of cards to share with you. Both use stamp sets from Our Craft Lounge.

First the card I made yesterday for the SCS sketch challenge326. I used Pins & Needles for my card. Design paper is DCWV The Crafty stack. Sewed on all pieces even though my machine doesn't like to sew on paper. (I have an expensive machine that really I don’t like to use on paper and this is why! lol) Black rhinestones finish it off.


This is also for the following challenges:

Sugar Creek Hollow - Stitching
Creative Belli - Think Seamstress
The Pixie Cottage – Stitching

Now on to the card I whipped up for today’s WT316 challenge of using Flowers. I used Whispy Blooms. Colored them with copics and cut them all out. Each flower has 3 “layers” attached with Helmar’s Liquid Scrap Dots for dimension. Some Lemon Drop yellow Crafty Fluff in the middle of the flowers.


I then stamped Whispy Patterns in Versamark on the background and added a sentiment from the Whispy Blooms set. Martha Stewart border punch under the middle strip was used.


Layout is from Clean & Simple.

         Thanks for stopping by!



Beth Norman said...

Very pretty cards. Your sewing stamp is cute. I like your layered paper flowers too.

Thank you for playing along in this week's Creative Belli Blog Challenge. Good luck.



Mary Marsh said...

love both the cards you are showing on your blog today-
you worked the sketch challenge well-the sewing machine is a great image and I like the sewing you did -thanks for sharing it with us at the creative belli challenge

Sadilla said...

both so lovely!!!
the sewing machine is smart, and chic, and a bit vintage at the same time, I really love it!
thanks for sharing at the pixie cottage

Tamara Morton said...

Wonderful card and the image is perfect. Thank you for joining in at Creative Belli

Katie said...

Great card!
Thanks for stitching with us in The Pixie Cottage :)

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

Amber, this image of the sewing machine is perfect for this week! Thanks for joining us in the Belli Challenge.

Robin Parker said...

Love the victorian looking sewing machine. Great sentiment with all the sewing you added. Thanks for sharing on the Belli challenge.