Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Finally some craft time


Finally I've had some time this morning to sit down and make a couple cards.  Yesterday my little guy was up at 4am sick.  He was running from both ends.  DH had taken the day off to go do his Christmas shopping, so he got the honour of sitting with a sick child while I went to work. Well I thought he would be OK, that he just needed to sleep for the day.  Apparently while I was away he threw up all over the living.  (Couch, carpet, blankets, glad I didn't have to clean that up) He was sleeping it off by the time I arrived home at 2.  DH got to leave and do his shopping.  Today I stayed home with the little guy and today he's just lazing around.  Which gives me time to play. Enough about that and on to the good stuff.
The first card is made with a new folder I just picked up from Cuttlebug.  Very simple card , I added some jewels and glitter that is really hard to see in the picture.  The ribbon is two pieces put together.  I made this for Cuttlebug Challenge-Be Inspired #59.  You were to add glitter, bling, and a cuttlebug of course.  This is also for Crafty Cardmakers-Challenge #9-Alternative Christmas.  You were to create a project using a Christmas image in a NON TRADITIONAL COLORS.  No red,green, gold combos.  I choose navy blue card and matched the jewels to this. 
I also made a birthday card using the sketch from 365 Cards-Day 274-Super Sketchy Sunday.  This also qualifies for Cute Card Thursday-Challenge #88-Snips, Snails &Puppy Dog Tails.  You were to make a card for the younger boys.  I used a stamp from SU, found some fishy paper I thought would go nice, and versa marked on the card with the same boat stamp.  I used Distress Ink to put the water on under the boat.
Here is my card.

Here is the sketch.


Hope you enjoy.
Happy cafting ;o)


9 comments:

Jenn Jilks said...

What great cards! I'll have to add you to My Muskoka Bloggers list!

Helen F. said...

Don't you just love the simplicity of this Cuttlebug tree? Your card is gorgeous.

Gloria Stengel said...

That EF is one of my favorite folders. And I have not used it yet this year. I did make a very sparkly card with it last year...poor thing needs some love!

Great job on your cards!

Shantaie said...

Thanks so much for playing along with us on our glitter challenge at cuttlebug challenge blog!

Pam said...

Cute card for the 365 Challenge - love that little tugboat stamp!

Terrie B x said...

Your cards are `Beautiful` Thanks for joining in with the CB Challenge:)x

judie said...

brill card, glad your little one is one the mend now, thank you for joining us again at crafty cardmakers xx

Vixykins said...

Such an elegant looking card Dee, lovely.

Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and hope you enjoyed the challenge. We have a new challenge on 14th Dec so come and stop by again x

Julie Riley said...

Very elegant, love the plain and simple yet effective cards. Well done. Thanks for joining us at crafty cardmakers.xx