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Card Creations!

I have been on a card creating kick lately and so today I thought I would share them with you.

Roxie quickly became one of my favorite collections when I ordered my Consultant Kit and I am so happy I chose this add-on collection. I created these two cards this past weekend and loved every minute of it!

This is a simple 3×3 card that I folded and cut based on a tutorial I saw on Youtube {can’t find it but I can make one if you want to see it.} I used scraps from my Roxie collection that are each 1/2″ x 2″. So small but so cute. The stamp is from the My Acrylix Wonderful You stamp set that is available in the consultant kit. Any small stamp would work on a card like this. Since I couldn’t find my circle punches, I just free-hand cut this circle and then a mat for it as well. So easy and cute! I tied some Black Hemp {Z282} around the top for an extra cute addition! This card went out to a new customer {Hi Karen!} when I sent out her idea book to her!

Another cute card that I came up with was this card that I call “Picture Perfect”. Let me first say that every time I see it I start singing the Lady Antebellum song “I Need You Now” over and over. LOL!

This card is based off of the card on p. 142 of the Idea Book. I loved the orientation of it and so I just played with the scale to make it work for me. 🙂 I used a small 2 1/2″ x 4″ piece from the Roxie Collection. I then stamped the filmstrip ribbon from the Instant Memories My Acrylix in Cocoa. You have to stamp it twice on the cardstock to make it long enough to go across the card. I cut the filmstrip in half and then adhered to my card to border the sheet of paper from Roxie.

The accent piece of cardstock in the middle is cut at 2 1/2″ x 2 1/4″. I used the swirl from the Instant Memories My Acrylix and did some Generational stamping with Bamboo Ink Pad and inked the edges with Tulip Ink Pad. I mounted this on Black Cardstock cut at 2 3/4″ x 2 1/2″.

The next thing I did was use my sponge to go over the Milepost shapes with the Cocoa Ink Pad. I then put a Rhinestone Designer Brad through the center of the Milepost shape and adhered it with 3D foam tape.

I love how this card turned out and can’t wait to find the perfect reason to give it to someone!

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