Card Recognition

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Lawnscaping Challenge




Lawnscaping has a fun challenge at the moment to case one of Kelly Marie's cards.  I went a flicking through her flickr account and really liked this one, so I made the first card.  Then I looked at it and realized that I hadn't used any Lawn Fawn stamps, oops.  So I set out to make another card with some of the pieces, but sorta strayed away from Kelly Marie's card.  Shall we just call it a creative process?  So I went digging for another card and found this one.  I was also motivated by Karen's post on trying out the Do More With Less stamp on patterned paper challenge.  I wasn't that bold, so I just added some splashes to the polka dot paper.

Materials: First Card: My Mind's Eye Love Me Do patterned paper, Paper Crafts freebie sentiment, Spellbinders Nestabilities Label 8, Twinery Mandarin twine, versa color red ink, Studio G orange ink, yellow color pencil, 


Second Card: My Mind's Eye Love Me Do patterned papers, Spellbinders Nestabilites Label 1, Lawn Fawn Swimsuit Season

8 comments:

Laurel said...

Erin, these cards are adorable. Love the cloud patterned paper! I love how you paired it with the polka dot paper and the image from Swimsuit Season. Super, SUPER cute! Thanks for playing along in the Lawnscaping Challenge and for participating in my giveaway! Good luck to both!!!

Karen B. said...

I think I'd want to be a patterned paper pack in your creative world. I wouldn't sit there and I would be used up in some fantastic and cute projects. Love the graphic quality of your first post and the cuteness of your second card. Glad I could motivate you.

yyam said...

These are adorable! Love the patterned papers you used! And glad you were inspired to play along with my guest Dana's challenge! :)

Marie / Legojenta said...

Such cute cards! TFS =)

Dana said...

You don't have to be bold to try something new! I like this subtle alteration of paper! Thanks for playing along with my challenge!

Emily Leiphart said...

These are both adorable!

Ayana Posadas said...

What fun cards. They are both adorable!

Lynnette said...

These are both fabulous! Thanks for sharing the creative process with us. I love reading how things come together.