Wednesday, July 2, 2008

My Daughters invites

These are for my Daughters Birthday

party. I cased the idea from fabfullmers on splitcoastampers. I did't add a ribbon because I wanted to keep the cost of sending down. I'm putting directions in and I know that will add enough weight to them. My daughter wanted to help make them so She stamped all the fruit and I was the official paper cutter and I put them together person. Most of them had to be done with the markers so it did take more time then if we just had to stamp them. She was a great help though and it was fun to work with her on them. She may even catch the bug of stamping someday. We invited some boys too hence the red and orange color picks.

Things I changed:
1. some of the colors,
2. I added in using the scallop punch for behind the image.
3. I added you're invited to the front
4. I didn't use ribbon
5. I added stickles for a little bling

My Recipe:

Stamps: Tart and Tangy, Dot invite
Paper: Ruby Red, pumpkin pie, appricot appeal, gable green,whisper white
Ink: Marigold morning, green stazon, green galore, ruby red, pumpkin pie
Accessories: Popsicle sticks, corner rounder, scallop punch, both 1 1/4 and 1 3/4 circle punches.stickles,

grad card

This was for a friends Daughter that graduated 8th grade. They Had a super fun picnic party for her this past Sunday. I wanted it to be simple and sweet.
Oh and I found this tutorial on how to make the beaded pens. Just note, I personally use the tacky sheets. Also instead of stamping something I just stamped the name on a piece of designer paper and ran it through my xyron. thanks for stopping by. Terry

positive findings

Good Morning everyone: Sorry it's been a while since I've posted. The summer is moving right along that's for sure. My daughter is doing a basketball camp this week and I've been quite impressed with the flyers they've sent home. I really just wanted to share the positive findings.
I will be posting some things I've made so keep a look out for them. Have a great Day!!! Terry