Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Replenishing My Stash

It was time to replenish my stash of birthday cards for the month of February. UPS happened to deliver my new stamp set from CTMH called Candlelight last night, so I knew this is what I was going to use on my cards.
I searched through the sketch challenges this week, and chose 2 that had a large focal image. This first card is based on the sketch from Unscripted Sketches.


I used the sketch from 2 Sketches 4 You on this next card (rotated). I still need to make a few more cards for all the February birthdays in my life - maybe I'll get a couple more done this week to post. Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:
Stamps: CTMH Candlelight, PTI Mega Mixed Messages and Everyday Buttons
Cardstock: PTI Kraft, Rustic White, Aqua Mist, Pure Poppy
Inks: CTMH Desert Sand, Clover Meadow, Honey, Orange, PTI Pure Poppy
Accessories: PTI Ribbon, Button from stash




9 comments:

  1. Love that stamp set, love your cards!

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  2. Great cards! (Did you notice how they match your blog?!!) I had to come check out your blog after seeing your great 'tree' card that won on Moxie Fab! Congrats!!

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  3. Great birthday card! Those candles are fabulous! Thanks for entering your card this week at 2S4Y! :) Kathy

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  4. Stunning! I love the simplicity :)
    Thanks for playing at 2S4Y!
    Laura

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  5. These are so cute! I just adore those candles! They are fabulous! Great job with Laura's sketch!

    ♥Lea

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  6. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your cards! You have given me some great ideas on how to use my new B'day stamp set with gigundo candles! thanks!

    Kelly, Unscripted DT

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  7. What ARE you going to do when the UPS man happens to deliver a stamp set...LOL...make gorgeous cards like these!!! AWESOME. Now I have to add this SS to my CTMH list.
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at Unscripted Sketches this week.
    Sarah M
    Unscripted DT

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  8. What cute cards! Love the candle stamp, and I really like how you rotated Laura's sketch. Great job.

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