Friday, June 7, 2013

Let the party begin! Part 2!

Hello CCM friends and did you enjoyed out DT showcase on Tuesday?  
And are you ready for more?  Without further adieu...

Check out this beautiful card using Splash of Fun set! 

Here is another card using Splash of Fun set. 

"This set is just too cute and perfect for getting me in ready for summer
water activities.  I knew I wanted to do something to create the feeling of
swimming and incorporate waves into it.  So I started with a step card
thinking this would be an easy way to show some dimension with the image
and waves plus the image could be large and featured in the back.  The
waves I cut using my Silhouette and then I trimmed them up so they would
fit on the first step and the card front.  In order to make the swim mask
look like clear glass I used some Inkssentials Glossy Accent.  The image
was colored using Copic Markers and Memento Summer Sky ink was used as
well.  It folds flat perfectly for mailing" 

An adorable card using single digital stamp Hug.

"When I was looking through the ChiChi Memories store, I fell in LOVE with this stamp called "Hug".  As a mom of two little gals, this image just touched my heart.  I coloured this image up using Copics and embellished with paper from Echo Park and ribbon from May Arts.  This darling image would be awesome on any greeting for a daughter, sister, or a card for any influential lady in someone's life!"

A great Fathers' day card using Happy Daddy's Day.

"A Father's Day card using the blue ribbon image from the Happy Daddy's Day set paired with kraft paper to give a rustic look perfect for dad."

Here is another card using Happy Daddy's Day set. 

"Here is a simple card for Fathers' Day, I used Happy Daddy's set.  Don't you just love Jordy with his super hooded sweatshirt and his 'I love DAD' button, hehe!  I colored Jordy with copic markers and the paper is from Echo Park This & That."

Well, what do you think?  We hope that you enjoyed them.  Thanks so much for stopping by!


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