Grandkid cards for a collective birthday party. The card base is from Stephanie Barnard's Step Up card die and the critters are from Paper Smooches.
The next three are two card samples I created with the sketch I made for the March PAO Card Sketch Challenge. The sentiment stamps are from My Favorite Things, the hydrangea is Stampendous and the flower border is Unity Stamps. Hydrangeas were colored with Copics.
Of course I always have to get some coffee cards made...one of my favorite card subjects. Stamps and dies are all from Taylored Expressions.
The next 5 cards are a continuation of the "Kill the Kit" challenge on PAO. I didn't totally kill the kit but I definitely used up a lot of that paper pad.
One of my goals (and challenge thanks to my friend Jen) this year is to make 5 holiday cards a month so by the time December rolls around I have a pile in my arsenal. This particular group of 5 was made from gorgeous cocktail napkins! After peeling away the excess layers leaving the printed layer left, they are then glued to white card stock. These 5 were all embossed with various folders for more texture before adding them to card bases. I really feel like I have cheated if I don't involve some stamping.
This next card was made for a friend and co-PAOist who is moving soon. All stamps are SU.
This darling bird from Hero Arts was stamped in a year old ink pad I made myself. It has really held up well. The flowers from Stampendous were embossed in green embossing powder and then colored.
This card was one of those cards that just hit me and I knew exactly what I wanted to do, even though it hit me a tad late. This is a birthday card for my friend Jen's husband. He is keen on vintage cars as well as keeping up with what is happening on Wall Street. I couldn't have been luckier to have this paper from Graphic 45 of the New York Stock Exchange. I found the old Pontiac somewhere online about a year ago and have just been waiting to use it. I printed it out in red and then cut it out on my KNK.
These last two for my dear friends Jen and Nancy.
Well that pretty much summarizes cards for February. I hope to be more on top of posting cards for March.
Thanks for looking and your comments.