Saturday, May 22, 2010

Working out in my studio...

Just giving my papercutter, inks and stamps another workout. Was also challenging my mind ~ trying to step out of my box a bit. Took a little more time to do that as it is not my "norm". Enjoy my cards. Let me know what you think...

Strawberry card:
PTI Vintage Cream cardstock
Cosmo Cricket Garden Variety deco paper
Mish Mash wrinkled ribbon
Scallop & Circle Punch
Rhinestone, Red Tag, Girls Paperie paper scrap, lace strip, prisma flower & leaves

Argyle Card:
PTI Vintage Cream, Scarlet Jewel cardstock & Bitty Box Basics paper
PTI Vintage Tea Dye Duo, Scarlet Jewel, Summer Sunrise, Orange Zest & Dark Chocolate ink.
PTI Orange Zest twill ribbon
PTI Scarlet Jewel vintage button tied with twine
PTI A little Argyle and Big & Bold Wishes stamp sets
PTI Scallop die

Live your Bliss flower card:
PTI Kraft, Pure Poppy, New Leaf, Hawaiian Shores cardstock & Green Boutique paper
PTI Beautiful Blooms dies for fabric flowers, Fillable Frames #2 die
PTI Pure Poppy & Hawaiian Shores vintage buttons tied with twine
PTI Mega Mixed Messages stamp set
PTI Dark Chocolate ink
PTI New Leaf satin and Hawaiian Shores twill ribbons
SU! red gingham ribbon, sheet music strip
PTI guidelines impression plate inked with Tea Dye Duo


Ingrid Danvers said...

Gorgeous cards, Angy. You did a wonderful job. I like them all but the last one is my favorite.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Noora said...

Beautiful cards!! my favorite is the 2nd one, I love how u used several stamp sets in the 2nd card..lookin cool!

Aimes said...

Working out in the studio totally beats working out in the gym LOL! Your cards are so sweet!
Lovin' the colour combo on your argyle number. You've inspired me to pick up my Scarelt Jewel cardstock and play!
Have a fab weekend!

Mary said...

Your cards are beautiful!
Thanks for leaving me a comment at and sharing your story. If you don't mind my asking, did they ever discover why you miscarried 2 babies at 17 weeks? My direct email address is

Linda W said...

Wow, you really have been busy. Great cards. And those sweet rolls from last week look super yummy!!

Carol's Ink Spot said...

Love your cards! The strawberry one is so pretty with that pattern paper and beautiful lace. The argyle one would make a great masculine card and the last one is so pretty with the flower! Great job on them all.

Debbie Gaydos said...

These are all beautiful!! Love the little argyle accent on the sentiment block!

Laurie said...

So pretty Angy! You have been busy! All so bright and cheery!

Amy said...

Wow Angy!!! I love all of them but the last one is my favorite.....with those ribbon leaves!

Don't give up on Floral Fusion.....both Jen and I scores a set on the same day!!!

Diane Jaquay said...

WOW, you go girl, what pretty cards!!! I love the berries/flower/lace and beautiful red ribbon on the first card, and the argyle pattern you created on the second (and great colors!), and on the the third card the flower is SO pretty, and I love the bit of red sheet music you added! Great work!!

:::b r a n d i::: said...

Fabulous!! I love the third you Live your bliss. Awesome!!

KellieC said...

So pretty!

Terri said...

Nice job on all of them. I especially like the one with little argyle! I really need to start using my set too!

Kimberly said...

These are all lovely, but the third is my favorite! That color combo is just so striking! Great job.

♥♥Marinette♥♥ said...

qu'elles sont belles tes cartes, 'jadooore la première avec ces magnifiques papiers Cosmo cricket

Nerina said...

Oh my these are all too adorable for words! I LOVE your workout! I would find it hard to chose a fave - especially between the first and the last - but the first one really looks almost good enough to eat :0) It's sooooooo pretty!

Sharron said...

Goodness, these are all so gorgeous! Love the colors on the argyle one--very striking! My favorite is the strawberries and lace--so sweet! Great job!

Cammie said...

What a great workout! Love the design of the 1st, the colors of the 2nd card and the gorgeous flower on the 3rd!

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