5.14.2009

It's a two-fer **Updated**

I know, that's not a word and if my beloved reads this he will be sure to point it out to me. Sometimes a title needs to be a little different though and I already used two for one on a previous post. Hence the "two-fer". My DF can not stand when people say a "couple of times". He says, there's a word for that, "twice." Doesn't this make you want to meet him? LOL! He's a really sweet guy. I swear! :-)

Okay on to the card I made. It's a "twofer" because I made it for the Caardvarks challenge to use a verse or quote and for Digiments first release party.



Supplies:
Cardstock: Bazzill red; pattern paper: Memories Complete Beach II, chipboard: Making Memories; ribbon: Basic Grey; stick pins: Making Memories; rhinestones: Darice; punch: Fiskar's Threading Water


The sentiment is from Digiments. Yesterday, I had an announcement on my blog a long with a project I shared as part of the design team. I am addicted to the verses and phrases because they are so diverse and make quick cards. The blog has incredible examples that you must check out! There are cards, gift sets, and altered home decor pieces that you will gasp at.

The next card is a two-fer because it uses the sketch from ICS and the recipe from Use It:



Part of the Use It challenge was to make your own border, embellishment, etc. I made this scallop edge for the inside of the card. Also, I created the flourishes with a single stamp by inverting the stamp image. Hope that makes sense.





Supplies:
Cardstock: Bazzill and Wausau; pattern papers: Making Memories Sabrina; stamps: Amy Butler; ink: Staz-on black; ribbon: Lil Davis pink; jewels: Darice pink



My last card is for a wedding Simon and I are attending next week. I used the CPS #115 sketch:




Supplies:
Cardstock: Wausau white, Bazzill black; pattern papers, ribbon,and flowers: Making Memories Sabrina; stamp: Amy Butler; tulle and pearl strand: Jo-Ann's


That's it! All I have. Thank you for coming by to view. :-)

14 comments:

Heidi Van Laar

Oh my WOW! This is stunning! I love the polka dots and your embellishment is perfection!

(-: Heidi

Kim

Amy, I love your projects with Digiments. I couldn't find an email link on your blog but Alma referred me to you to ask a question. I really liked her teacher poem/frame and was trying to find one for autism? Can you email me at impressyourself@tx.rr.com. Thanks, Kim.

Diana

Perfect sentiment!

yyam

I love the color combination - it really pops out at you!

Kay

Thanks for stopping by my blog today! I'm enjoying my visit to your place. The digiments are very cool! I may have to give that a whirl!

lauren

well, i am FINE with "two-fer"... (altho, apparently, i would hyphenate it; sorry, just noticed that!!) :) ...but we all have our little quirks, it's what makes life interesting!

on the other hand...NOBODY could possibly find fault with your lovely, striking, bold and beautiful quotation card! it makes me want to look at it a couple of times actually!!! ;) (lol)

SmilynStef

What a cool layout ... I love all of the fabulous details and the black really pops (we call it a "two birds" at our house :^)

scrapnnMO

WOWzer these cards are absolutely beautiful. Thanks for joining us at ICS this week! :)
♥Dawn♥

Pamela

Great cards! I really love the CPS one!

Jackie G

What a gorgeous group of cards!!
Fabulous job on all the challenges!!

Terrie B x

such a beautiful cards Amy!!!I love them all..those pins are beautiful...!!!
Thanks for joining in with ICS this week..
Have a lovely Sunday :) ♥

Rebecca

Great two-fer cards!!! (that's not a real word!?! Sure seems like it in this day and age)

Fink

Amy-
You rocked the ICS sketch! Glad to see you gave us a try!

Pearl

b eautiful card creations all ! thanks for joining in the the fun with ICS this week !

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