Oct 3, 2011

In Honour of World Card Making Day

I was busy card making this weekend as Oct 1 (aka World Card Making Day) fell on Saturday. I will share a few of my card creations below.
I was also fortunate to attend The Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnival put on by the great folks from the magazine publication Canadian Scrapbooker.  I went with both my mom & younger sister.  The Carnival took up most of my Saturday & Sunday as there was shopping/displays from local vendors plus a make & take bar.  
There was also a 2 day crop event that you had to preregister for. I think I may give it a try next year.  In all the time I have been paper crafting I've never been to a crop.  It will make a great goal for this upcoming year.  
Without further ado I present 3 of my cards...
*Please note this 1st card is my entry into the Simon Says Stamp Challenge this week where "Anything Goes".

The close-up shot.

My 1st card ever using the Glitter Ritz product. I love the outcome but I will warn you there was glitter all over me, my table, the floor and my dog ;-)
My 2nd attempt with the Glitter Ritz... much cleaner this time I'm happy to say.

Below are the products I used for each card:
1. Happy Birthday
Taylored Expressions - Belated Birthday Stand Out
Basic Grey - Life of the Party 6X6 Paper Pad
Copic Sketch Markers ~ Basic Grey Brads American Crafts Zing (Chestnut) ~ Distress Ink (Broken China) ~ Diamond Glaze ~ Pop Dots (dimensional adhesive)
2. Happy
Basic Grey - Eva 6X6 Paper Pad & Kioshi 6X6 Paper Pad
Recollections Kraft Cardstock KI Scribbles -Glitter Borders Elizabeth Craft Designs - Peel-Off Sticker
Glitter Ritz Sookwang Tape Uni-Ball Signo White Gel Pen
3. Flower
Basic Grey - Kioshi 6X6 Paper Pad
Color Mates - Light Terrific Teal Cardstock
Elizabeth Craft Designs - Peel-Off Sticker Glitter Ritz ~Sookwang Tape Distress Stickles (Spiced Marmalade) Distress Ink (Pumice Stone)
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1 comment:

  1. i love your cards Lisa!! especially the last one.. sooooooo pretty!!


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