This week's Waltzing Mouse sketch challenge is shown below. This is the card I made to send out to a friend who, like us, is moving this next month!
It was so very easy using the DCWV paper pack, Songbird. I simply fussy cut the bird houses (popping center one up), cut the flower with my Cricut, and stamped the sentiment with a stamp from Jillibean Soup.
My mother's birthday is this weekend, and I wanted to make something she would cherish. I made this card using the Graphic 45 Domestic Goddess image and Rennaissance Faire in the background. The black rose and ribbon added the perfect balance with the metal embellie. And guess what that was? A corner reinforement on an old office storage piece! Just tore it off the cardboard!
So, here you go, Liz, the glue isn't even dry yet! LOL! I plan on decorating a small birdcage and stand to match, and will post that later this week when I get it finished!
This week's card challenge at Some Odd Girl, is Monochromatic. I love the use of colors that are all in the same color family, but when you have to choose ONLY those colors, it does get tempting to go outside that box! Here is my Yellow/Orange card that I made. It will be sent to my little gal from Send Love Today. She just started riding the bus to kindergarten, and started chemo treatments the same week. She has had a rather rough time of it. I hope this cheers her up a bit!
I also entered this card in the sketch challenge above from Skipping Stones Designs. They have some really sweet and easy layouts!
The image is "Bussie" from Some Odd Girls, (the freebie provided for their challenges), pattern paper from DCWV, some Bazzill ric-rak, and a Bazzill paper flower that I spritzed with my Copics. I liked the retro look of the card even though Harley's much too young to "get it". LOL!