Friday, March 13, 2009

365 Cards--3 More Cards for Week #2

I'm all caught up for the week (I think), and if I can make a card for tomorrow's challenge I'll have completed a full week of challenges. I know there is no way I can keep this up. I only had to work three days this week, and I barely got my cards done! I'm so happy, though, because I have made SO many cards in the past two weeks. I really need to find a good way to organize them (like a cute card box) because they're really starting to pile up! Anyway, on to my cards.

Day #10--Picture This

I think the card is really plain, but I suppose you don't want a really jazzy sympathy card. The beautiful photo is from Stacy M. Smith. She was kind enough to send me several photos last summer, and I was supposed to try incorporating them into my cards. I make holiday photo cards with pictures of my son all the time, but this was a bit of a challenge for me.

Day #12--Thursday's Theme

My moving card can be used for somebody who is moving away or just "moving on" to bigger and better things. I have students who work for me, so this would be a great thank you/congratulations/best wishes type card when they graduate. I used my new K & Company papers, Making Memories brads, machine stitching, and a computer-generated sentiment.

Day #13--Festive Friday

I also think this card is kind of plain, but I guess it's a good masculine or kid's card. I used textured red cardstock, ProvoCraft paper, a candle stamp colored with chalk and Stickles, and a "wish" stamp. Thanks for looking!

6 comments:

Vicky said...

great job on these, steph! these are fantastic! thanks for joining us today!!

scruggle said...

Love all of the cards! Great Work!

kristie sessions said...

Great take on the 365 challenge. I don't think its plain at all. I love the candles! Nice work
k

~amy~ said...

Great job on all of your cards...super FUN!

Tammy said...

Fantastic Job with the sketches! Love you cards. Thanks so much for playing with us at 365 Cards.

AUsome mom said...

Congratulations on catching up! Great cards - all of them. Yes, you will definitely need a box for all of these. If you will scroll back to Pam's first few posts on 365 you will see that the DT had us make a box. There are some great ideas for storage boxes.
Great job on your cards!