Since I didn't get all of the card making done that I had planned yesterday, I finished up today. I got an unusually long crafty day today! With having four children 6 and under, I don't often find long periods of time to "play", so I found it truly amazing that I got to make cards from morning till 5 PM today. I did take meal breaks, of course, but still! It was about 5-6 hours of fun time! Anyway, onto the cards themselves... These cards were inspired by SCS World Card Making Day challenges.
I LOVE Gorjuss Girls stamps. I wish I had some! In case you're not familiar with Gorjuss Girl art, that lovely little stamp on my pink, black, and white card is a Gorjuss Girl (stamped image). A lovely gal on SCS traded stamped images with me and one of the ones she sent me was the one above. The little Gorjuss Girl makes me think of my sister, Kara. I'm not exactly sure why, but I think it may be the tights - Kara had a pair tights kind of like that when we were kids. So, I'm going to send this little "Thinking of You" card to her. :)
The stamps I used on this Thanksgiving card are from Close to My Heart. When I saw this set, I knew I had to have it. Not only are there those adorable pilgrim children in it, but there are also Native American children, a turkey, and a few others things in it. It's such a cute set!
This cute, Christmas card with that adorable little Penny Black hedgehog on the front was made to participate in a few SCS challenges as well as A Spoon Full of Sugar's "Christmas" challenge and Artful Inkables' "Something That Sparkles" challenges.
I used another adorable Penny Black stamp on this "Thank You" card. A good friend of mine got me this this new Micey Day clear stamp set for my birthday. I simply LOVE it!
I had poor lighting when I took the photo of this card. It has been so overcast here the past couple of days - it's hard to get a good photo sometimes! The image on this one is a "My Favorite Things" digital stamp. They were giving it away free to those entering their challenge on SCS this weekend. I thought that was real sweet of them! Anyway, this card looks far more "warm" in person.
That's all for now. What do you think of them? I love comments. :)