Friday, May 08, 2009

Back to Paper!!

Back to what I love best! Paper and glue. This first card is an ANYHERO card that I sent, along with the Cards for Heroes Cards. Just a little note of support from our family, to a soldier that needs a little lift! I used the SU! set The Free and the Brave, for this card. SU! cardstock in Night of Navy, Very Vanilla, and Riding Hood Red. I embossed the image, and colored it in with blender pens and ink. Patterned paper is from My Mind's Eye!
Here is another Fishy Friends (SU!) card! I love this set so much! It is very fun to color in. I used Tangerine Tango, Kiwi kiss, and Summer Sun cardstock. I also used Tangerine Tango Ink, and Basic Gray Ink. I don't remember where the patterned paper came from, but the stars were perfect! I used the new Swiss Cheese edge punch from EK Success, and a square scalloped Nestabilities Die. After I stamped the cute little guy, I colored him in, using prismacolor pencils and odorless spirits. When he was all colored, I covered him with SU! Crystal Effects. I took a second photo, so you can see the shine and dimension! The Happy Birthday Sentiment is from Purple Onion Designs!
Happy Friday!!


Babsarella said...

Both cards are so lovely! Bless you for all you do in CFH. I am sure the servicemen/women are so very appreciative for these wonderful cards.

Anonymous said...

Love the cards. What beautiful work. Thanks for sharing. Now to the daffodils They are so BEAUTIFUL. Must of been the perfect year for the. I have a vey small patch and they bloomed in full force this year. The color is so viberant. They are my favorite outdoor Spring flower. Thanks for always sharing the events in your families life. I love the pictures. You must live in a beautiful part of the country. Lucky You. Hope you have a Wonderful MOTHER'S DAY
Pat from the Capital City of Pierre, South Dakota

Spyder said...

Love the little star fish!


Sandy said...

Ya gotta know my eye stopped at your patriotic card! lol. I have that set and have such trouble with it. Going to have to lift yours, Keri!