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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Thanks card
 For this "Thanks" card, I used a Fisker's border punch.  This photo doesn't show it very well, but the bottom inside of the card is striped to match the outside middle strip.  While using the rub-on letters the last letter I put on was the "T", and of course it broke into two pieces, so I had to rub-on another one on top of it, and hope for the best! That is why it's a little whiter than the rest of the letters!

  • Supplies for this card include:
  • Fiskers Pattern paper:
  • Vineyard Flowers Decor - 12-70051
  • Vineyard Decor Stripe - 12-70056 (this is on the inside of the card)
  • Fiskers - border punch
  • Making Memories - Rub-ons
  • Bling - Studio G
  • Flower punches:
  • Mcgill - Large flower, and med flower
  • Small flower - Papershapers
  • White and purple cardstock
Now onto the second card that uses the die cut:
For this card I used the Fisker's corner punch, this punch and I fought for a while before I figured out that it worked much better turned upside down, where you could properly see the corner placement, after that it was a breeze!  Both of these cards were super easy and do-able for even beginners! The die cut on this card was purchased in the "Teacher's" supply section of the local "Dollar Tree".  It was acid free, and came in a pack of 25-30 for $1.00.  They usually have different selections of die cuts per season, so check them out regularly. I couldn't have die cut them out myself for that price! Till next time Happy Scrappin! Love Penny

  • Supplies for this card include:
  • Punch - Fisker's corner punch that has a moon, star, and sun.
  • Making Memories - Black letters
  • Vellum quote - unknown
  • Die Cut - These were purchased in a pack of teacher supplies at Dollar Tree for I think 25 for $1.00, they are acid free.
  • Brads - Orange Recollections
  • Studio G - Orange Ink
  • Orange, yellow and white
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soapHOUSEmama said...

these are so fun!!!

Connie Mercer said...

these are so cute!!!

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Pretty colors on the first card, Penny. The punched border is a nice touch and the second card is so sunny and happy!

Tracy said...

Pretty cards.
That border punch is so pretty.

Madeline said...

Very cute! I love that quote on the second one!

Groovy Deborah said...

Hi Penny! Your card turned out really well. Oh those rub ons can be a pain, but I kinda like the idea of making that first letter darker. see you just started a trend :)

Happy Spring, Deb♥

Sarah Webb said...

Love the colours in the first card Penny!

Suzanne said...

Beautiful cards!

danni reid. said...

how cool are these? love the colors♥

norma g said...

Wonderful job!

Linda Beeson said...

I like these, that last one is so "happy"!