This is a beautiful card featured on the Elizabeth Crafts Designs' blog using Shimmer Sheetz and Peel-Offs.
|by Kelly Booth for Elizabeth Craft Designs|
Here's another version of the Flat Box Card. This version is by Cathy Andronicou for Penny Black. It's the perfect 'gift' when a floral bouquet is appropriate and you'd like it to be a little more permanent.
|by Cathy Andronicou for Penny Black|
Over at Studio Sessions, Jill Foster and Elizabeth Allan are having lots of fun with varying techniques using Inchie Arts' Art Squares, Tombow markers, and water.
|by Jill Foster|
A very clever application of a rubber stamp from Hero Arts for a pretty darn cute Easter card. Sally used the fingerprint stamp as the head for the bunny, and used various Easter color ink pads to stamp with.
|by Sally Traidman for Hero Arts|
From the SEI blog, this is a winning tag design made for SEI's spring challenge. I love the 'blocks', and I think either Inchies or card stock cut into mosaic squares would be terrific.
If you have any papers from the Graphic 45 Bird Song collection, you might be inspired to use some of it for cards. Nichola shows several beautiful cards she made from that paper collection.
|by Nichola Battilana, Graphic 45 Design Team|
|Our two little munchkins are in this|
double stroller . . . you can almost see
the littlest one on the bottom!
|isn't he one of the homeliest fish you've ever seen? from the|
front, he's even more 'gorgeous'!
|this isn't a very good picture, but I wanted you to see|
the front teeth on the fish on the right
|this little guy was colorful but ugly|
|the sea horses curl their tail around most|
anything, a trait I never knew before
|one of the huge turtles|
|this lizard was enormous!|
|penguins are always so cute|
|I loved all those 'dots' on his skin|