My comfort zone

Saturday, May 22, 2010
Card making is my well-loved hobby. My craft room is my source of comfort; I feel like I am able to release my stress and basically indulge myself in something I truly enjoy. It is where I find myself. As usual, I will focus more on my creations rather than bore you with mere words.

 For my friend, Ms. Stephanie Cowell :)

I stamped the cap on another piece of cardstock with Black StazOn Ink and cut them out. A slim line of glitter powder applied along the middle of the cap.

My original plan for this card was in portrait layout till I realized I made some mistake after I staple the ribbon down. I didn't leave enough space for the circle being on the top. So, I decided I changed the layout to landscape. Hopefully the recipient will like this :p

I created the shadow for the house with blender pen. 
*I just a light grey marker yesterday which is good for creating shadow. I'll use that for that purpose in the future.

A quick and easy.

 A ribbon from American Craft that I bought a while back. 

I actually made 4 cards but I screwed up the last one. Sp, I decided not show it to you all till I fix them up. Haha

Other than that, that's about it for today [I hope] :)


Mona L. Pendleton said...

All of your cards are wonderful! That ribbon treatment on the graduation card is out of this world!

Teresa Kline aka va.sunshine said...

wow, these cards are amazing, fabulous style....have a wonderful week!

enjoy *~*

MicheyMoo said...

The recipient definitely loved her birthday card!! ;)
Forgot to ask you what cardstock you used for the card base....I love the fine linen-like texture.
Thanks for coming and hanging and havin fun with us girlies today. Was so nice to spend some more time with you before you head off into the big crazy world.
And thanks a billion for playing photographer did a magnificent job. Mwah!!
Michey xxx