Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Sale continues and a few cards to share.

My next couple of weeks are filled with events like birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, and Mother's Day. I have a ton of projects to make! Just in case your April and May are filled with activities like mine I decided to have a sale. I have many files that are useful for not only cards and scrabooking but also teacher gifts and decorations. You can find my store by clicking on the Ad above or by clicking here. I do not have all my files converted to MTC and Studio but if you purchase a file in any format I will be glad to convert it for you and send it to you through e-mail.  Just e-mail me at with your invoice.  Oh before you leave I have some inspiration for you!

Don't you just love this card Creative Design Team member Kelly designed!  Kelly is a whiz at combining multiple files to create something spectacular!  She used my fancy labels, card base 9, and sentiments:cursive to create this great card!  I love her combo of papers!

I also made a card using my card base 9 file.   I used my I love Ice Cream file for the focal point.  Now that I finally have my paper organized (see mission organization tab at the top of my homepage)...I was able to take 3 lonely papers and pair them up into a great background for my card.  That is one thing I like about this lets you easily take scraps or busy prints and use them effectively on your card.  I added some glossy accents on the fudge sauce to make it a little more real.  I also colored the cherry with a Copic glitter marker to make it look like a sugared cherry.  I replaced the paper strip with some ribbon.  The sentiment stamp if from Paper Trey Ink's Papertray stamp set.

If you would like to purchase any of the files used in the cards above please click on the previews below to be taken directly to them in my store.

It's been a while since I've shared any personal photos.  So  I figured one from Easter is as good as any.

We were headed to Pop pop and Grandmas hurrying to make our reservation time so I didn't have time to get the prefect photo! Despite the bad lighting I still think this turned out pretty cute!  Tyler's tuxedo t-shirt just cracks me up!  He loved it and made sure to tell everyone it wasn't a real tuxedo!  I have to admit I love having a girl and being able to buy an Easter dress!  Growing up my parents really never went shopping for Easter duds so I am loving being able to dress my kids up during this special holiday.  Would you believe Tyler is 8 and Adoree will be 5 next month!  Where have my babies gone!

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kathy serrahn said...

great cards
kids are really growing up