Sunday, July 20, 2008

Today I did something other than work on my house!!!

So, as you know if you've read my previous posts, I've been doing lots of work on my house. To get most of this stuff done I've needed lots of help. Today I made some thank yous for Luke, Marshall, and Edwina who were my super awesome ceiling scraping crew.
Below is my attempt at a "masculine" card. I know, it's got ribbon on it, but it's brown, gimme a break. I also tried to distress it and used grunge board to keep it from looking to "girly".

Recipe: SU Real Red and Blue Bayou cardstock, DP K and Company "Wild Saffron", ribbon Michael's, Tim Holtz grunge board, Sentiment SU Sage Advice, Ink SU chocolate chip.

Next is my "girly" card for Edwina. It's design is a CASE I'm sure, but I don't know who to give credit to. I {heart} this set by Rupa Shevde for Gina K. Designs I used the last few scraps of this DP that I LOVE. This makes it a good fit for Emily's challenge here: Unfortunately, I have no clue about what company it's from.

Here's close up of the paper piecing:

I've been hoarding the last teeny little scraps of this DP because I liked it so much, and it's the last.
Recipe: Fabriano Medioevalis card, stamps Retro Boutique by Rupa Shevde for Gina K. Designs, ink Pallete Noir Black, DP ??? ETA- one of the DPs is Basic Grey Two Scoops---thanks, Emily!

Thanks for coming to visit, and enjoy the rest of your weekend!


emilymomto3boys said...

It's Basic Grey Two Scoops paper. Cute Card!

ScrapbookDBA said...

Very cute card!

I loved your collection of odds and ends ... I am finding that all over the apartment as I pack up ALL OF MY STUFF!! Where did it all come from?

Did you see the celebrity who posted a comment on your blog? I love her work!!! Wow .. Lisa ... you are so "da queen"!

Have a good week,

Audra and Josh said...

I love your cards...I think that card is very masculine...when I make jewelry it's so hard for me to do masculine stuff. Great Job!

Debbie Nelson said...

Great them! You are so creative.

casserole said...

OMG I love that paper piecing!!!