Monday, January 28, 2008


I say WOW because I have 90 posts and over 15,000 hits on my counter I did not know that many people read my blog so thank you each and every one of you who hang out here in my little blog it means the world to me!!!
this first card is what my mom called pretty primary ( in color that is) but for a child and a boy child I think that primary just fits this is just another b-day card that I have been stocking up on I don't think you can ever have to many b-day card and men and boys being that hardest that is what I am focusing on!!!
The Recipe:
stamps:Circus Train, Out On a Limb
Ink: Jet Black, Real Red
CS:NQ Navy Summer Sun wasabi SU DP
Accs: Punches, Brads, CB, WWC, Ribbon,

this is a criss cross card and the blossom on the front is today's TLC153 "Dahlia" fold it was way easy and the second I saw it I knew it had to go on this style of card I so think that I will make a few more of these today ! Here is the site with the how to on the fold good luck and happy folding!!! The Recipe:

Stamps: Out On a Limb

Ink: Ruby Red

CS: SU DP, ruby Red, Bashful Blue, Wild Wasabi, so Saffron

Accs: Ribbon, HPH, flower, circle, cutter


Libby said...

Wow that dahlia fold is really neat - I need to check that out! Great cards as usual! And congrats on your hits/posts! :-)

Jackie said...

That card is gorgeous!

Kate said...

Thanks for the link I will have to try my hand that flower it is beautiful.

Michelle said...

Fabulous Fabulous!

Tara said...

sooo darling! I love the train card...the brads on your photo corners are super cute!! :)
Great idea to put the flower on a criss cross card! I had fun with this too...yours is cute with the cutie pie paper!

Dana's Dabbling Studio said...

Thanks for the inspiration! I loved your idea to put the daliah flower on the criss cross card. I hope you don't mind I cased yours. Check out the one I made. Thanks! All your cards are gorgeous!!

Cheri said...


I love this card! It is really beautiful! What size circles are you using in it? Can you share that with me? Thanks!