Tuesday, January 18, 2011

A Few Projects

     I finally got around to uploading photos of some of the projects I have been working on. Today I am posting two projects I made for a baby shower I attended on Sunday. 
     For the first project, I used scraps I had left over from scrapbooking, a Suzy's Zoo Stamp and Copic Markers to make a fun baby card. Even though the girl was having a boy, I chose to use yellow and green to give it a soft feel.

     For the bag, I didn't match the card exactly. I chose to use the same color families but decorated a bright yellow gift bag I bought on clearance with images I cut from my Silhouette die cut machine. I haven't used my Silhouette a lot so this was a lot of fun for me to play with.

     I was really happy with how both projects came out-something that is unusual for me. I hope these creations will inspire you to make some of your own. The supplies are used below. Happy Tuesday!
Supplies for baby card:Basic Grey Patterned Paper (Mokuren from the Kioshi Collection),Bazzill Cardstock (Sunflower Light)Doodlebug Border Stickers, American Crafts Alphabet, Queen and Company Chipboard Alphabet, KI Memories Paper (orange) and Alphabet Stickers (y), Large Corner RounderTim Holtz Vintage Photo Ink, Suzy's Zoo Stamp, Copic Markers, Prima Flower, Offray Ribbon, Paper Trey Ink Select White CardstockSpellbinders Large Scalloped Nestabilities Rectangle Die and Large Nestabilities Rectangle, Momeno Black Ink and Cotton Candy Stickles.

Supplies for Bag: Green, Orange and Yellow Cardstock, Paper Cutter, Tim Holtz Vintage Photo InkSilhouette Digital Craft Cutter and ribbon.