Latest Cards

21 06 2009

Here are a few cards I’ve been working on for the last few months. It’s a little difficult with 2 little kiddies climbing on me all the time, but I managed to get some done for special occasions anyway. Enjoy!

I love this Baby Shower card I made for a couple from church. I think the Clear Stamp from Studio G is totally and completely adorable!
Baby Shower Diaper Card

I love this other simple Baby Shower Card for hubby’s cousin. I got to use my brand new Fiskars Scallop punch and my Hampton Art Create-A-Card stamp set. It’s so easy to make my own cards!
Baby Shower Card

A previous co-worker approached me to make a card for her mom’s doctor and staff who attended to her during a recent open heart surgery. This is one of the reason why I love making cards!
Thanks Card

Last mother’s day, I was able to make this card using stamps from Studio G and Rhonna Farrer (Autumn Leaves).
Mother's Day Card

Father’s Day is always challenging, so I decided to make a trifold design and use scrap paper and a printed sentiment. I found the font I’ve been searching for a long time ands extremely excited to use it in this project.
Father's Day Card

2 Handmade Cards

7 12 2008

It’s been a busy week. There’s so many people who’s been celebrating their birthdays. I’ve been making some cards to let them know how special and appreciated they are. My one hour lunches at work have been such a help. =)

Priscilla Card

Lee Card

Rubber stamp Frenzy

26 05 2008

I’ve been stamp window shopping a lot online, I’ve just been hesitating since I’m not sure how big some of the images will turn out. But I’ve been lucky to pick up some at Michael’s, Once Upon a Page, Katscrap and Big Lots. I need to drop by JoAnn’s later today.

Here’s my loot from Big Lots the other day…

I’m enjoying playing with rubber stamps lately. I ever purchased some chalk ink. It’s so cool!

For the card below, I stamped a big pink flower, cut it out and glued it onto pink cardstock. I also stamped the sentiment and inked around the rectangles. Finally I used ribbons a button and embroidery floss to finish the decorative elements.


Happy 105th Birthday

19 05 2008

Rebecca from hemidemisemiquaver mentioned that her Nanny will be turning 105 this coming May 23. She posted a challenge to have 105 birthday cards sent to this lovely woman. It was a challenge I couldn’t pass up.


I’ve been praying to start a ministry/organization that will deliver handmade greeting cards and probably a gift to the elderly, sick and orphans. It’s a lonely world out there. A little kindness goes a long way. What a good way to start.

Anyway, if you’d like to participate, please visit Rebecca and let her know you’d like to join!

New Cards

9 04 2008

I know I haven’t posted for a while.  I’ve been busy with the new little one, but I was able to take photos of some cards I worked on a few weeks ago, enjoy!