Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Some Cards to Share

Here are a couple of cards that I made recently. This one uses a stamp set from "My Favorite Things." It is called "Rain or Shine." On Monday's MFT's on Split Coast Stampers has a stamp challenge. This challenge was to use this stamp set and add bling or shine to it. I have always wanted to buy these stamps, and now I have a reason. Each week they will use a different stamp, but they let you know ahead of time which one it will be so that you have time to order it. Smart move for them. The paper that I used is DCWV - Nana's Nursery. I added stickles to the rain drops and pudlde. I used these awesome rhinestones, on the cuff of her jacket and sentiment, that my former Bella Sister, Sandi sent me. They come in long rows and are held together by a strip of glue. That's how they got so straight around the sentiment. I could never have done that on my own. Her jacket and boots are paper pieced. The sketch is SC194 from Split Coast Stampers.
This card is for a baby shower that I am giving on Saturday. I used "Teddybella." The "Mommy" who I am giving this card to looks just like her. She is very thin and has a big round belly. To get that raised belly look, I stamped a second image of Bella and cut out the belly part and placed it on a pop dot. The paper is DCWV - Nana's Nursery and the buttons are CTMH.

5 comments:

Sparkle said...

Very cute cards! Once I get back I'll try the MFT challenges. And thanks for the kindness...I will enjoy my trip!

Kelly Schelske said...

Fabulous cards Lori...awesome job ont he MFT challenge and I really love the bella card:-)

Giffysk8s said...

Love all the bling! Makes rain seem a lot more fun! Love the popped-up belly!

Paredez Family said...

Lori I love that Teddy Bella card
and the rain boots!!!! You are sooo
talented I am glad you are my Teacher.... love me

Kim said...

Very cute cards!!! Love that pregnant bella!

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