Thursday, May 15, 2008

Give a girl an inchie...

and she'll make a few cards!!!

Today's ways to use it challenge was to use inchies...so here are my inchie cards...

Images by CC Designs...



This was a fun one!!! I have had these little 1 inch mirrors in my stash forever...I adhered them to the inside of the card so the little monkey could look at himself!!! I adhered a pop dot to his tummy so he would be raised enough to see. His backside is covered in brown flock so he's nice and fuzzy!

Here is another grad card - images by A Chemistry With Paper...from the all year bag toppers set...



and a birthday card...images by DRS Designs...



This was another fun one! I stamped the bottom in garden green (love this green paper!) and tied blue hemp at the top.

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Almost forgot - here is the grad card I mentioned in my last post using this weeks sketch...

Images by DRS Designs...



Everything is embossed...I felt the black square needed something so I jumped on the dot bandwagon with everyone else. The dots are made with my white gel pen.

Well, there you have it...obviously I had the day off from work today!!! It was a little cloudy and I didn't want to take a chance getting caught in the rain doing yard work (LOL) so I made cards instead!!!

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See you soon...

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3 comments:

Joan said...

I love the little monkey in the mirror. What a fantastic idea this was. Great job. I like the other cards you've created here too.....Especially that cute little guy with the frog...he still makes me giggle. I love how you split up the image. Very creative. Joan

Susan said...

Wow - you are so creative! I love the monkey in the mirror! I found you from GinaK's blog. I loved the projects you made for her this week too. Great job on everything!

Dawn said...

Fantastic cards - you have been a busy bee. And that monkey is sooo cute - what a great idea with the mirrors!!

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