Card #1 was made for a swapping buddy and was simply a RAK. It uses the banner technique from TJ (a great way to use up scraps) The papers are all scraps from K & Company:
Here's card #2, made as a "card of the month" for Stamping Queens uses the block fill technique and it was great fun. The main stamp is from I Brake for Stamps colored with watercolor pencils and the sentiment is from Inkadinkado
Card #3 was also made for Stamping Queens. The swap theme was card parts and scraps. Hey I'm thrilled to participate in anything that forces me to use even a fraction of my scraps and again the technique is from TJ and like cards 1 and 2, this one is also from the latest TJ newsletter. Lots of great techniques in these newsletters. Card 3 was a bit hard to create, as my fingers are not as nimble as they used to be, so it was pretty funny to watch me try to make these paper rolls. I do love how it turned out though, and more scraps got used... Yippee. Here it is:
The sentiment is a clear stamp from Fiskar's stamped on a Spellbinder die cut. The ribbon is from Stamping Up.
Ok, so I'm tired and it's just about time for Biggest Loser so I will have to save card #4 for tomorrow. I'm still creating also, working on 3 ATCs for a swap at Alpha Stamps. So more to come. Thanks for stopping by...