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Friday Night Fun…

Since my husband is working part-time and that includes Friday nights, they have now turned into my scrappy/crafty nights. I sit on my bench and watch B-List movies while I create the night away. Last night was no exception.

The first card that I finished up {had started it on Thursday night} was a card for Card Positioning Systems #251.

The entire card was inspired by the two leftover bits from a label that I had cut that were shaped like clouds. I knew that I had the cloud paper {K and Company Lemon Citron Stack} and it would be perfect. I used the colors of sky, grass and dirt to add an extra meaning to the card and then the stamped sentiment is from Close To My Heart Pair-A-Phrase stamp set.

I also took the time to decorate the inside a bit since it is a brighter base color for the card. Nothing fancy but adds a little pop to the card.

The other card that I worked on last night was for the Skipping Stones Design Sketch of the week. I absolutely am loving these sketches as they provide so much versatility. The first thing that I did was flip the sketch 90 degrees clockwise so that I could have a row of circle going vertically.

The little owl stamp is an image from a wooden $1 stamp that I got at Michael’s. I simply stamped it on white cardstock, colored it with some Copics {BV13, BV00, BV08, YR15, and B06} before I punched them out with my 1″ Circle Punch.

I used the Basic Grey Hello Luscious Collection as the base of my card and love how it turned out. The third owl down is popped up with a bit or foam tape and the sentiment is from Stampin’ Up circa 2007!

There will be more Friday Crafty Nights in the future and more posts this week of the other cards that I finished.

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