Saturday, February 9, 2013

You Make My Hearth Sing

More Valentines!
 Yes I am on a role with the Sweet Talk Postage Stamp paper. I paired this stamp with some music paper from My Minds Eye and some red patterned paper from Chatterbox. Then I added some chocolate brown cardstock and used a Martha Stewart edge punch. I cut some music notes from my Cricut using Gypsy Wanderings and added a bow of Maraschino Twine from The Twinery.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

More Sweet Talk

Okay, I have yet another Sweet Talk paper card. This one is from the same paper as yesterday. I used two Pinecone Press patterned paper, and instead of pink and maroon, I went with brown and maroon cardstock I had a lot of it and I figured that it would be a good idea to try to use it up.
This time I used a Martha Stewart edge punch for the maroon cardstock. 

I like to make several different cards instead of making a bunch of the same one, so I will probably make a few more! Happy Crafting

Monday, February 4, 2013

Another Valentine

Okay, I am still working on those Sweet Talk Postage Stamps. This one is a very simple card, and I'm going for easy at the moment. I've only got a few days left to get these babies in the mail. I used this pattern paper from Pinecone Press and some Bazzil cardstock to go with it. I used a Fiskars edge punch for the scalloped edges, and some ribbon from Michaels to round it off. 

The only thing I used my Cricut for was the Stamp background, which makes this one super simple. 
Happy Crafting.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Lucky in Love

Yikes, it's already February. Where did the time go? I'd better get started on my Valentine's Day Cards.I have this Sweet Talk Postage Stamps paper from K & Co. that has been sitting in my pile of paper for a few years. So I decided to get started! Since I am so lucky in love I decided that I would use that stamp to make a card. My husband is the best, and I am truly lucky to have him. Plus he loves Vegas, so this is a great card for him.

 I cut out the stamp background with my Cricut, and the 4 card symbols, then added  the white paper punched with a Martha Steward edge punch. It's simple, but cute. Happy Crafting!