Saturday, June 18, 2011

Send Good Wishes, I made two different cards.

 Sorry I have not been around much. Not been feeling very good but I’m fine and get back on track
 again. I made these cards for one of my clubs I belong to and I wanted to share then with you. We had to make a Birthday card. Of course nothing simple for me but this was not that hard at all and all the girls really like it in fact most of then made two. They thought it turned out so nice it would make a great Wedding card. Here is the second one I made also.

  As you can tell they are pretty much the same, I just used different punches and die cuts on then. I used my favorite color Brilliance Ink Sky Blue. Sponged around most everything tried to do it lightly. The sentiment was one I wrote using my word program.The embellishments are the same on both cards blue gems and pearls. I used a Pearl card stock and my sentiment would not go though my printer with that card stock so I had to use just my regular card stock that is why I used the Brilliance Ink Sky Blue it helps to hide the two different papers. Everything else is cut or punched out with the Pearl card stock.

   The first card I called Send good wishes and the second one I called Special Day. Now I will try and tell you what dies and punches I used on each card.
Start with Send Good Wishes. The card are center step cards (Both) Very easy to make. The center sentiment I cut out with Large Floral Doily Motifs Spellbinders Shapeabilities. I used mostly punches on this card Martha Stewards Monarch Butterfly. Garden Trellis, Doily Lace Trim, Double Pop Up Water Lily, Rock Fern that is from Punch Bunch.
Special Day. This is the main Spellbinders sets I used. So you can see what pieces. The sets are called Floral Doily Motifs and Floral Doily Accent and you can get both these sets ay Susana’s Custom Art and Card Design Store.

I also used on the Special Day card Magnolia Doohickeys dies the Flowers, Dragonfly and the flourishes. No punches.
Thanks so much for stopping by. Glad to be back.
Hugs, Patricia


Jenny said...

Thank you so much for stopping by me blog and leaving such lovely comments for me there :) I must say your cards are absolutely stunning!! I just LOVE the blue, white and silver combo. The fold and the die cuts really add to the overall elegance of these two gorgeous cards. I'm so glad I stopped by :)

Susan Hogan said...

I agree with Jenny! Absolutely stunning! Thank you for you r comments on my card and I hope you have a great summer with your teenager! My grandies are fabulous, and I LOVE to see them - but, boy, sometimes I love to see them go as well! That's the best bit about being a grandparent!

Linda Palmer said...

Pat, both of these cards are absolutely gorgeous. I love them and can't wait to buy those spellbinder dies to try this with a little different version so it won't be exactly the same.

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Sarah said...

Hi Patricia, sorry you have been poorly, hope you're feeling much better. Beautiful cards, love the soft blue colour and the details are gorgeous. Enjoy your grandson's visit xxx

Roxann said...

They are both so beautiful, Patricia. Your cards are alway stunning.

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

how in the world do you mail something like these?

wow! these are to-die-for gorgeous!!!! wow!

glad you're feeling better.

hugs, stef (Glitterbabe)

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quiltindiva said...

Sorry to hear that you've not been feeling so well:( I hope you feel better soon. I love your cards! I'm going to buy at least one of the spellbinders dies that is for sure now that I know what it can look like!