Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Wow....it's been a loooong time!

Hello there! I can't believe it's been soooo long since I've posted. Since my last post, a lot has happened. I'll bore you with the details later.

Here is a card I made for a couple of very dear friends of mine for St. Patrick's Day....

I used PTI's Ripe Avocado for the card base, as well as Ripe Avocado Vintage Buttons; SU's Barely Banana for the mat and various punched pieces; PTI's Holiday Cheer DSP; TE's twill. The stamp set is PTI's Luck of The Irish.

The front of the card base was run through the Cuttlebug with the Swiss Dots embossing folder.

I'm really happy with how this turned out. I typically case someone's design or use a sketch challenge....but this
was my own design. Woohoo!!

Here are some pics of the inside of the cards. I love when Nichole Heady uses a strip of Scor Tape to apply glitter. It's such a great look!! If you've never visited Nichole's blog....you have NO IDEA what you're missing!!

During my absence, I was laid-off from my job. BUMMER!! Once I got over the shock....which actually took a few weeks to set in...I decided that I'd like to go to school. I'm making a total change....from Human Resources to Graphic Design. I am soooo EXCITED!!!!! Everything happens for a reason. I truly believe that. I'm so excited for this next chapter in my life...doing something I really enjoy!!

Hope to be posting on a more regular basis! See ya soon!

What's In It?
Stamps: PTI Luck of The Irish
Paper: PTI Ripe Avocado, SU! Barley Banana PTI Holiday Cheer DSP
Ink: SU! Always Artichoke, PTI Vintage Touch Chai Ink
Acc: SU! Punches, PTI Vintage Buttons,
TE Twill ribbon, 3M Foam Mounting Tape to raise main panel


LeAnne said...

BUMP!!! Did you hear that? That was me, falling off my chair! LONG TIME NO POST!!! And look at these cuties....can you believe I have never done that glitter thing with the tape. Gotta try it! :D

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