Here is the card I made for the Cricut Cardz challenge and Paper Cutz challenge. This challenge was to create an Easter themed project. Just received my Kate's ABCs cartridge day before yesterday so couldn't wait to make something using this darling little bunny image.
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This is a birthday card I made for my daughter. This was only the second time I have made an easel card and I really don't know why I don't make them more often because they are really fun and easy. Had just received my SU order so I had several new goodies to play with along with a new embossing folder that I ordered online. I was amazed at how fast this card came together. Think I will make a couple more to have in my stash.
Last weekend my seven year old granddaughter, McKenzie spent some time with me and wanted to make some cards for some special people in her life. She loves using the Cricut and making cards. She picked out the images, the stamps and the papers and had minimal help putting the cards together. She was so excited when I asked her if she would like to use some of my Action Wobbles on her cards and she answered with an emphatic YES!! :) I think she did a great job and she was so proud of her finished cards. She said, "Grandma you could post these on your blog if you want." So that is what I am doing. I think I have a cardmaker in the making to share my obsession!!!
This is a card for her best friend that moved to Canada in December.
This is a birthday card that she made for her Mom. She has an obsession to the SU Red Glimmer paper just like her grandmother!! I forgot to take a picture of the inside but she cut the words Happy Birthday with the red glimmer paper too. She even stamped a cupcake on her envelope.
Here is a sample of some sympathy cards I made this weekend. I ended up making four so I could have a couple of extras on hand and unfortunately have ended up having to send all four out this week. So guess I will try to make some more this weekend for my stash. I really like the softness of using the Versamark and chalk on the flower images. I saw a card similar to this online quite a while ago and thought it would make a very pretty sympathy card.