Wednesday, February 12, 2014

I'm a Fan of You Valentine and Birthday Card

Hi!!!
Today I have a Valentine's Day card and a Birthday card I made with a tiny stamp set I spotted while waiting on line.  It caught my eye and I just couldn't resist!  I surely was not going to because the stamp was only $1.50!  I wasn't sure how well it would work but I have to say I was a pretty happy with the way the image stamped.
 I used the Figure of Speech Frame die from Papertrey Ink for the patterned paper and I cut the banner by hand.
 I layered a piece of Pure Poppy card stock on the base of the card where the bottom of the speech bubble would be.  Next, I attached the frame with dimensionals.  I used copic markers C1 and C3 for the grey fan.

This next version of the card I made for a Birthday.
 On this card I used copic marker numbers E31, E33 and E37 for the brown fan.  The cute matching paper is from This and That 6x6 paper pad from Echo Park.


My Supplies:
Fan Stamp & Sentiments -  Studio G
"Heart Day" sentiment  -  My Creative Time
Paper Scraps for red card
This and That 6x6 paper pad  -  Echo Park
Figure of Speech Frame die  -  Papertrey Ink
Pure Poppy and Vintage Cream and Lime Ice Card Stock  -  Papertrey Ink
Glossy Accents and Natural Hemp

That's it for me today.  I hope you are staying warm.  Here in the Northeast it has been in the single digits and we are getting more snow tomorrow!  Wherever you live have a good one!  I will be back with a few more Valentine projects this week.

3 comments:

Crafting Katie said...

That is so cute! What a bargain! I love both version of your card, Cathryn! I had to laugh when I read that you were waiting "on line". I haven't heard that since I was in college in Philadelphia. West coasters wait in line, LOL!

Cindy said...

WOW these cards are FANTASTIC, SUPER job with both cards Cathryn!!!LOVE them, Have a GREAT day my sweet friend!!! :)

Kim H said...

Cathryn ~ These are seriously FABULOSU! I LVOE both versions of the fan! I am in AWE of the price too! How CUTE is this! As always AMAZINGLY talented! Plus the paper hoarder in LOVE the papers you used for both!