Just the Write Birthday…

chautona-card60Oh, my this was a fun card. I LOVED making it. It’s simple, sure, but it’s so ME. The colors, the typewriter–everything. It’s one of many I’m making in my quest to send as many of my readers birthday cards this year as I can! WOOHOO! I made six of these beauties and I’m going to try it in more “dead” colors too. WOOT!

 

 

Stamps: River City Rubberworks typewriter
Paper: PTI White, SU Pool, Gina K Black
Paper Size: A2 (5.5 x 4.25) Ink: Versafine
Accessories: SU Dots embossing folder and baker’s twine from Target dollar spot
Techniques: Printing (I printed the sentiment)

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SC292- Not Surprised!

chautona-Sc292This one I used scraps for. It’s boring, okay? I know it. I just couldn’t get into the sketch (after being so excited about it last week).

Still, it’s good for guys. And, I just realized that I forgot to put an insert in it so you can actually write on the dumb thing. Oops. Sorry, Morgann.

 

 

Stamps: River City Rubberworks sentiment
Paper: PTI Smokey, scraps
Ink: Unity Pallette Black
Accessories: Well, at one point, I cut that piece out with a topnote die.
Techniques: It’s kind of a complicated process, but I like to call it “gettin’ it done.”
Difficulty (1-Easy 5-Advanced): 1- easier than easy.

 

SC259- L is for Lucky at Cods

Hee hee. I’m giggling. I have a giant fish that I purchased for a main image on this card, but it really is better suited for a 5×7 card, and I wanted to use the edging frames and, and, and… So, I went with the little fish that I almost didn’t toss in my cart when I was workin’ on these.

I wanted to use a real fish hook, but with my luck, I’d end up hurting someone. So… I just used wire from wired ribbon and made a loop. Coward that I am.

I think this card is for my daughter’s sister-in-law. Happy Anniversary, Miriam!

Stamps: River City Rubberworks “cod” and “anniversary” sentiment
Paper: PTI cream, SU confetti, Webster’s Pages “stripes” and MME gold. Oh, and A|muse woodgrain
Ink: Unity brown umber, SU Soft Suede, Artichoke, and Crumb but it’s not a crumby card, I promise!
Accessories: SU Edgelits border thingies, SU Labels 14, brad
Techniques: sponging

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G is for Graduation

Yeah… original ain’t it? What can I say. Yes, I know G was DAYS ago. Getting done is the important part, right? So, here we go! G!

I loved this saying. It screamed, “Morgann’s Graduation Card” to me when I saw it. So I bought it. And next year when she graduates, she’s gettin’ a card with it.

I’d planned on a little mortar board with a real tassel on it, but y’know what? It looked dumb. So, I went for what I hope counts as sort of CAS. 🙂

Stamps: River City Rubberworks- sentiment
Paper: Bazzil green, SU Chocolate chip, PTI Cream, and cool double sided textured owl and gingham papers that I got from an Ippity Chick… how’s that for informative? Oh, and Bazzil blue
Ink: Unity brown umberishness
Accessories: Hey, I didn’t use any. That IS CAS right?
Techniques: I think it’s called stamping…
Difficulty (1-Easy 5-Advanced): 1-easy as A.B.C… 1.2.3…. hmmm where’s my diploma?

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SC57- Excuses, Excuses

Obviously I had to have this stamp.  I was busy yesterday, but I wanted to do one card, so I did this one.  Super easy and simple.  I like it.  Looking forward to do something a little more exciting, but still..  I can’t decide if I should put it in the card shop or send it to my mom.  snort.

See… the sketch was pretty simple to begin with, so it’s not ALL my fault…

Ingredients

Stamp- River City Rubberworks sentiment

Ink- SU Soft Suede

Paper- October Afternoon, Martha Stewart, SU scraps

Accessories- chocolate satin ribbon

Tools- Inverse corner rounder, stamp a ma jig

Adhesive- ATG tape and SU dimensionals