A gift for them

Tuesday, May 18, 2010
HAPPY 100'S POST!!! 
I never think I've the motivation to keep this blog alive for so long. haha


Anyway, this will be a long post with cards that I made with PTI's latest dies and stamp sets.


I played with PTI's latest stamp set and dies. What can I say. They are so yummy-licious to play with. Love. THEM! PTI rocks! Haha.. I made note pards and cards for my far far away's families and friend.


For this card, I stamped woodgrain background stamp (designed by Dawn). After that, I die cut and stamped the graduate's stamp on it. I felt want to add on a bling on it. So I added a stripe of diamond that I bought from local craft store. I'm pleased with the outcome.








I also made another graduation card for a friend who graduated recently. In terms of the color and design, this card is totally different from the previous one. Hopefully my friend will like it because I'm not too sure whether this design/ color combo will give her a heart attack. haha (hopefully not)


I kinda like the simplicity of this card. Stamp, color, embellishment and a bit blending as the shadow. Done. Simple yet cute. If you can notice at the licence plate, it said ' Birthday Boy'. Yup. I made this for one of my male friend who just had his big 30's ( i think :p) few days ago. Happy Birthday, Matt!


I made these two note pads weeks ago and didn't get to post them. Due dates of assignment just won't let me have the chance to finish making them.  Butttt.. finally! Now then I realized that most of stamps are from PTI. They're just too yummm for not using them. Haha :)


More note pads. This time. Be warn. They're too cute to use :)
3 set with 6 different designs.





Hope all the recipients will love them and find them useful. Nothing expensive. It's all about how creative can you be. 

Last but not least, a father's day card. I just decided to make this card when I'm cleaning the table. The stamp set is from Hero Arts that I bought a while ago. Brads are gifted from Marlene. Ribbons from SU!. Oh yes! how can I forget about the background stamp. Yes. It's the same background stamp that I used for the first card. I just arranged it in vertical layout. After stamped the background, I applied a layer of glue with glue stick and tissue paper after that.


The ribbons are not perfect. Still need some adjustment on it. But I think my dad don't mind or he won't even care about it. hahaha :D I love you, papa!!

And now, they're ready to be post. Much love from me! :)

3 comments:

Sue W said...

Wow you've been so busy and just look at all this gorgeous "stuff"!!! Love the note pads very much!
Can't wait to see what else you come up with in the next 100 posts!

marlene said...

WOW!!! A lot leh!!!!!!!! but all are nice :D
i am making lots of note books too :) to give to kids :) hee hee.. however, i think using POST IT is a great idea :) i love the stamps also leh....

Julie Marshall said...

You've been busy! I love all these projects. I haven't tried a note pad yet...but, I think I need to. Great blog! TFS.