SRM Stickers Quick Cards

Hey everyone! I just got done working with Quick Card stickers and had a lot of fun creating. I was kinda of on a roll which has not been the case for me the last few weeks. Favorite part of Quick Card stickers from SRM is  you get a sentiment, image, and a large word to accent. So easy to create a card in a jiffy. I think these cards will be arriving in homes soon. :-)
I used #52030 Boo! for my first card.
My next card uses #52034 Thanksgiving

and my final card uses #52013 Merry

Thanks for looking!


Hey there!   Here's a card I created for Vintage Street Market.  
I used Marshall Matthew from Family Fun  to cover my card base.  Next I trimmed a panel of vintage dictionary paper and punched four holes on the right side.  I tucked a piece of Maggie Jane also from Family Fun behind it for color.  I made a pennant with Meghan Kay paper and tucked under the dictionary print and stapled a ticket from Aqua Twirly Twine to attach.
I cut the little girl from Party Games and used foam dots to adhere to card front.  Next I stapled a ticket from Party Games.   I tied a bow with the Aqua Twirly Twine and used washi tape a red paper clip to complete.
I hope you like!  Thanks for stopping by!

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VSM with May Arts blog hop

Have you been to our blog to check out all the fabulous projects the design team created with May Arts ribbon?  Hop on over because there is lots to see! Here is a card I created using lots of VSM and May Arts.

For this project, I used Maggie Jane paper from the Family Fun paper collection. The purples and yellows of the cardstock coordinate perfectly with the yellow and purple May Arts ribbon.
I love flags and made one with  wide May Arts ribbon wrapped around a pin.  What a great way to use scrap ribbon!!!
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Belated Wishes and more

 I am so sorry to just abandon my blog. It has been super crazy at home and work lately so I am treading water as fast as I can.  :-)
My daughter recently fell getting off the bus and sprained her ankle.  Many diagnosed with  autism  have a high tolerance to pain.  She rarely cries and this  fall was a tear jerker for her.  I knew it was bad when I saw the tears falling quietly and it swelled up to a goose egg.  I took a photo to send her father when he asked how bad it was.  I am not a nurse so I figured a trip to ER  would be best treatment.  7 x-rays later it was determined it was a #2 sprain.  Not the worst and certainly will heal in time thankfully.
Meanwhile, the crutches are not the easiest.  Because she is on the spectrum, it makes using crutches very interesting.  Like how to space the crutches without doing a face plant, how to maneuver around objects without crashing into them,  and most importantly, how to remain a tip toe walker with two sticks and one injured foot not cooperating?  Good times in my household and at school.  The shining aspect, she has friends carrying her backpack for her which encourages social interaction with peers.  She also gets to ride the elevator at school.  ;-)  I really am trying to see the positive in this.  It happened, let's deal with it and make it work.  
I sat down yesterday and was able to create a card in between running the stairs which is really good exercise for me.  I made a card for my daughter's friend who had a birthday in August.  We missed it.  By a month and half almost. :-( Today we will see her to celebrate and catch up though.  :-)
I made this card for the latest challenge at Sentimental Sundays which is black, white, and one more color.  I used a Bugaboo image who is are sponsor this week.  I popped up his 'stache with foam dots and gave him a light coloring of pearl white from Copic.  That's a SRM sticker for the sentiment  The gingham print paper is from Lily Bee.  I love this paper so!  I am down to a tiny scrap.  I wrapped a piece of pink twine and made a bow to complete.
Here is a close up

I hope you will join us for this week's challenge!
Challenges I would like to enter in:
2 Sisters:  #113 Anything Goes
Crafts and Me:  Anything Goes 
Crafty Ribbons Challenge: #30 Children's Birthday
Crafty Sentiments: Anything Goes
PaperPlay Challenges: #41 Simply cute
Papertake Weekly: All Creatures Great and Small
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