Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Two card Tuesday










I made these two cards from my very own challenge,called Two Card Tuesday!I was messing around the other day and made a sock monkey face out of SU! punches,I finished his body yesterday. The other card I made to go along with my grandma's scrapbook page! Well,here's the deets and thanks for stopping by!


Recipe for first card:


  • Oval Frame Die using Big Shot
  • Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls for balloons
  • Card stocks: Pumpkin Pie,Real Red,Taken with Teal,Close to Cocoa,Beige from stash,and Kraft
  • Inks : Real Red,Close to Cocoa,Creamy Caramel,Really Rust,Chocolate Chip,Taken With Teal
  • Basic Black Marker
  • Crimper tool
  • Pink Flamingo DSP
  • Punches: Word Window,Modern Label,Small Oval,Large Oval,and Circles
  • *On some of the shapes....I altered some by trimming here and there!


Recipe for Second Card:


  • Card stocks: Rose Red,Pretty in Pink,and Regal Rose
  • Sentiment is computer generated
  • White Craft Ink
  • Small Half Pearls from stash
  • Beautiful Wings Embosslits,and Oval Frame Dies with Big Shot
  • Large Oval,Eyelet Border, and Curly Label Punches
  • Rose Red Stitched Ribbon
  • Raspberry Tart DSP

6 comments:

Holly / InkPaperStamps said...

lol, that li'l monkey's a hoot! So fun. . . .

Tammy said...

Oh I love that sock monkey Holley!! What a fantastic way to use your punches! Your Grandma's card is absolutely GORGEOUS!

Kim Score said...

stopping by from Stampin' Discuss. Nice use of designer papers and I love your little monkey with balloons

Yolanda said...

Delightful! That butterfly one would be a good one to submit to PC.

Nanci said...

Lucky Grandma to have such a loving, talented grandaughter

angela said...

your cards are great! i love the sock monkey one and was wondering if you could give me more details on the punches (which ones you used for each piece)? my 8 month old's nursery theme is sock monkey, and i really want to make the sock monkey for a father's day card, but i just attempted and it was not quite as successful as yours. any help would be greatly appreciated! thank you in advance - angela
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