Sunday, 5 April 2009

Another fun day!

I had a very busy and happy day today.
I made a few more one layer cards for the Hero Arts challenge




I do love these tree stamps that I got a few weeks ago.  They are so simple and sweet - very little needs to be added to them.  I wanted to try putting them all together on one card.  I quite like the result.
Then I made another shaker card with a gorgeous stamp sent me by Paula all the way from Oz.  She's an absolute gem! I also bought this new glitter today and needed to try it out :)


Finally, I made some simple baby cards with white embossing on coloured circles - I made the same card in pink and green too.


Such an enjoyable day - now the house is a TIP!
All stamps Hero Arts.

10 comments:

donna mikasa said...

Happy stamping day to you!! You were a card factory today!
Love all your cards as always.....How DO you stamp on the button???

Pamela Smerker said...

Oh I am jealous...I wish I had time to get as much done as you. All of these cards are absolutely gorgeous!

Dawn said...

Lucky you to be on holiday and getting time for all these lovely cards. Love the baby cards.... and the wedding shaker card. Enjoy your break ... the housework will still be there later....the creative juices might not!!!

fika said...

Hi Lucy, you've made adorable cards.. i love the wedding cake congratulations card.. your new glitter is perfect touch for the card.. so beautiful.. :)

fika said...

ouuups.. seeing your wonderful cards made me forgot what i really want to say to you..
CONGRATULATIONS on being a design Caardvarks Team Member.. ;) so happy for you.. ;)

Robin McK said...

Wow Lucy! Great cards! I especially love the one with the trees and the baby one! Thanks for commenting on my blog!

Robin

Diana said...

really love the the tree card. just love your cards Lucy

Kelly Booth said...

Love all of them....Some I missed in the Pool....I'll have to go back and check!!

Susan aka lupahojowilly said...

Lucy, you are such a talent! Caardvark sure knew what they were doing when they chose you. The onelayer scallops just amaze me, they are so precise and the stitching couldn't be better.

Susanne Holl├Žnder Andersen said...

Hi Lucy! You are such a genius when it comes to crafting! I find so much inspiration in your work!
I have a blog as well - you are more than welcome to look by http://susanneandersen.blogspot.com
just great to meet "girls" with the same interests as one self. Have a great day!
Sanne (Denmark)