For my 1st card... I messed up and used the old schedule... so went with inches... but I really liked how it turned out and decided to still show it to you guys. I used the Lil Back to School from Robert Jackson.
The paper comes from My mind's eye - Lime Twist - Out of the blue. I also used some cardstocks from Recollections that I purchased at Michael's. I used Sizzix embossing on it. I was soooo happy to find a way to use this embossing folder :D
I used Label 22 to cut the digi and cardstock out and colored this sweet little girl with my copics.
The sentiment comes from Create with TLC. It's Ticket back to school and was part of the wonderful club that I had joined! When she does clubs you really should join... you really get a ton of wonderful sentiments, digis and paper from it! This one was perfect for this card.
My 2nd card followed the rules of our challenge and used pearls and lace... I didn't do the "or"... but then... I didn't follow a CAS look... somehow I have a problem with doing CAS with lace... oh well we all have our issues lol
For this card I went with a birthday theme as well. So I used some paper that I had from K&Cie you have seen me use it before! It's one of the packs that I've been using the most! I also used BBP cardstock. I used my Grand classic squares from Spellbinder. The lace comes from a local fabric store. The ribbon I got on sale at Michael's over my holidays.
I colored the image with my copics. I used some pearls from the dollar store to create the bubbles. I added some googly eyes for some fun.
For the Birthday fishes I followed this sketch:
I'm entering Lil Back to school in the following challenges:
- Patties creations challenge - Embossing (2nd entry)
- Cas-ual fridays - Embossing
- Little red wagon - back to school
- QKR stampede - back to school
I'm entering Birthday fishes in the following challenges:
I hope you will be inspired to join us for some fun this week at Jacksons digital expressions!!!! Looking forward to commenting your work :D
Now it's your turn to leave me a comment! I really love to see them. Thank you all for being there for me! You have no idea how much this is a dream come true for me! Who knew back in March that I would do so many post. What started out as a curiosity as become a real passion! I learn so much from all of you and hope to one day do work that's as stunning as what I have seen.