I hope that all of you had a wonderful Easter. Today I thought I would share with you a card I made last night. A simple card that packs a punch in drama. I am making a few different Mothers day cards as of late because I want to send some out to women who I think are amazing mothers. So here is the latest edition.
The layout is taken from last weeks CPS sketch challenge and I decided to keep it as simple as I could. So many of the tools and toys I used, can be purchased at Pez-A-Doodle Designs... Which reminds me. Make sure you check out the girls from Pezzy's playgroup tomorrow. We have our new release party beginning with some great things to share. See if you can follow the hints. Make sure to start out at Catherine's blog tomorrow (April 13th) for your very first clue.
Now back to the card. I'm starting to embrace the simplicity of rub-ons. For months I couldn't figure out the appeal, but after getting some amazing ones from Peachy Cheap, I've finally let go to the rub-ons bug. These things are awesome. You can use them on CS, buttons, primas, grunge, chipboard, the list goes on and on.
Well, I hope you enjoyed your little stop at Ink Cut & Fold today. See you back tomorrow, when I post an Easter card lol. Didn't want that one on line until after the fact *smile*
All the supplies that are highlighted, can be purchased at Pez-A-Doodles
stamps: Unity Stamps March Kit of the Month-Topiary, silhouette flowers
Spellbinders: Scalloped and regular Large Ovals
Paper: Card stock- Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie, Barely Banana, Scrap script paper
Accessories: White My Minds Eye Rubons, SU Mother's Day rub-on, Ranger Glossy Accents, Nature Grunge Board Butterfly
Coloring agents: Versafine Onyx Black, Kaleidacolor Desert Heat, Black Diamonds Stickles
Tools: Big Shot, Scor-pal, Purple Cows 2-in-1 trimmer
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