Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Card Challenges, and a New Layout!

Good Wednesday morning! Well, the storm produced some snow, but not enough to cancel school. Of course, that is MY fault, not the administrators who actually make the decision! So Cody went off in a huff to school this morning...wondering exactly what strength of snowstorm would actually merit a snow day! I puttered at dishes and laundry for a while, but visiting all these blogs has got my creative juices flowing, so here is what I came up with last night and this morning!
This is something I made last night! It follows SCS SC #144.

Here is the recipe:
SU! Flowers for a Friend, French Script Background
SU! CS Groovy Guava, Soft Sky, Certainly Celery, and Whisper White
Ink: SU! Groovy Guava, Soft Sky, Barely Banana, Certainly Celery and Tim Holtz Distress Pads in Vintage Photo and Antique Linen. *
* I used the Vintage Photo Pad on one card, and the Antique Linen on the other...which one do you like better? I can't decide. Cody likes the Antique Linen...


I did this card this morning. It follows two challenges! SCS SC #151, and SCS CC # 155.

Here is the recipe:
SU! Avian Toile and French Script Stamps
SU! Cardstock in Basic Black, River Rock, and Whisper White
Black Ink: Versafine
Sentiment is white SAB Rub On


The next card follows SCS SC #165.

Here is the recipe:
SU! Bronc Buster Stamps, Bronc Wheel, and Purple Onion Designs Wanted Set.
SU! Chocolate Chip and Very Vanilla Cardstock.
Patterned Paper is Cosmo Cricket
SU! Chocolate Chip Ink, Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress Ink Pad
Ribbon--Who knows??


And last but certainly not least.....a new layout!!


This is my niece Beatrice. Could she BE any CUTER?? My mom took this photo back in December...When I was half done the layout, I noticed the print on her little shirt. It matches the paper! Anyway, here are the product details:
Patterned Paper: Dulce
Cardstock: Doodlebug Orange Bazzill, SU! Yo Yo Yellow, Old Olive, Real Red.
Ink: SU! Old Olive
Rub Ons- SU! Love and Happiness
Stamps: SU! Friendship Blooms
Tools: SU! Spiral notebook, scalloped circle, 1 1/4 and 1 3/8 circle punches.
Chipboard letters from Target $1.00 spot.
*I have had this layout in my head for a few weeks, I am glad to finally have it out on display!

11 comments:

Andi (RrlScrapGal) said...

Hello!
Snow days.. What are those? I tell ya, even on days we have to walk down the driveway, through the huge drifts, and blowing wind, school is not canceled.. Know why? Because the schools get $ for attendance! Poor little urchins... I can think of 2 real good days we should never have had school... dorks... wait..make that 3, another day, right after President's Day (3 day weekend) - the heater was not working! No heat in the building, and the building was not heated over the 3 days.. They made the kids SIT at their desks with their coats on and still had school. I was so mad... this was right after my kids were sick... VENT! Thanks for listening!
ok.. back to your cards!!!
Ever so gorgeous! I pick the 2nd card in the which ink Question.. AND LOVE the layout of your niece! She is so darn cute!!! Stinkin' cute...

Becky Sorensen said...

I love how you outlined some of the flowers with the scallop circles. Great colors to go with a great smile.

Veronica said...

Your cards are very pretty! I especially love your scrapbook page. It is so bright and coloful. It makes me wish spring was here!

MichelleO said...

Love the cards! No blah snow there! And your niece is just too cute for words!

Sue McGettigan said...

Keri these are such lovely cards, and a super-sweet layout - you've been very busy up there in snow country!!

Joan and Amy said...

I like the cards you made for the colour challenge and the sketch challenge. Very nice.
Joan

JessicaLynn said...

I really love this card. What a great job!!

Come visit my blog,
Jessica Lynn

JessicaLynn said...

I really love this card. What a great job!!

Come visit my blog,
Jessica Lynn

Lisa said...

Oh my gosh - these cards are so pretty! And that layout is FAB! :D

Niki Estes said...

What a cute layout! Love the colors!

Lisa Renéa said...

These projects are all great, but I love the birdie card! I also like your new kerilou logo with the Scriptina font (also a fav)