Thursday, October 01, 2009

Feels like fall

And since it feels like fall, I made a couple of cards that have to do with fall.

Here they are....

This first card was very simple. I used an Inkadinkado image that I stamped on decorative card stock. I added the sentiment from TPC Studio. I layered it onto green card stock, but thought that it still needed a little something more to add interest, so I added some decorative scoring with my Scor-It before mounting it on the kraft card front.

This is another card that was fairly quick to make. I found another Martha Stewart punch around the page set of punches that I hadn't seen before. Since I'd gone into Michael's specifically looking for something that I could use my 40% off coupon on, I had to buy it. :-) So the punching above was made using the Deco Fan set. The sentiment is by Inkadinkado and stamped using Memento dye inks.


  1. Love both cards, but the top one is my fav.

  2. WOW, Jay! That leaves turning card is AMAZING! It's a beautiful card (love the image AND the verse), but adding that scoring over top is so cool. waaah! Now I have a scoring board on my wish list, too. Hope you enjoyed your book. Happy World Cardmaking Day.

  3. Hi jay, a question about Impressabilities. I remember you tried these. Did you use Big Kick-do you know sandwich stack for BK?

  4. Hi, I found your blog through another blog, and before that I don't know, but I would like to add your blog to my blog list if that is okay with you. You are fantastic!

  5. Glad to see you were able to use one of our sentiment stamps in making this beautiful card!! We just started up a blog and Facebook fan page, and will be doing monthly giveaways!! All our followers and fans are automatically eligible. So check it out!!

    We love to see our products in use!! Thanks so much!!
    -TPC Studio


Thanks for visiting my blog and for taking the time to leave a comment. :-) Don't be surprised if your comment doesn't show up right away. Because of the amount of spam being posted these days, I've switched things over to moderated. Legitimate comments will be appreciated, approved, and published in a timely fashion.


Blog Widget by LinkWithin