Thursday, January 17, 2013

Odds and Ends




Hi there.  Today I was able to get quite a bit of crafting done, between my spin class and my crazy afternoon driving around.

I made another card for this week's Retro Sketches #46.  I had a piece of stamped paper left over from this Make it Monday project that I really wanted to use, and I also was curious to see how that dutch oven from Foodie Fun would look embossed with UTEE. 





I also made a few smaller cards and decorated envelopes with Washi Tape for this week's Simon Says Challenge, which is to use washi tape.  I am going to enter the envelopes into this week's Make it Monday #100, which is all about how to package cards with oversized embellishments.  I am stretching a bit, as these are undersized, but I think the principles are the same.









These might look familiar to you.  They are designed to accompany these card sets, that I made for Rachel to give to two of her teachers.


Supplies Used (PTI):
Gracious Hostess
Stamps:  Foodie Fun, Background Basics Retro, Gracious Vases, Peace, Love and Joy
Paper:  White, Canyon Clay, Simply Chartreuse
Ink:  Simply Chartreuse, Canyon Clay, Summer Sunrise, Scarlet Jewel, Versafine Onyx Black
Other:  Foodie Fun die, Sizzix Embossing Folder, UTEE

Thank You Cards and Envelopes
Stamps:  Simple Sentiments, Label Basics
Paper:  White, Small White Envelopes
Ink:  Hawaiian Shores, SU Real Red
Other:  Washi Tape


Thanks for Visiting

11 comments :

  1. You were so busy! Spin class would have been enough to do me in...exercise must bring out your creativity! I love your experiment with UTEE...looks so nice on the dutch oven and those cards for Rachels teachers turned out so cute! Love all that washi tape.

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  2. love the sketch and how you used it for your card! And, your quilted washi tape card is amazing - love all the different colors - it packs a punch!

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  3. Joyce your cards are fantastic. I LOVE your Retro Sketch, the sentiment in one panel and the embossed panel--SWOON. Your washi tape cards are equally wonderful and great job on your envelopes!

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  4. Great cards, Joyce! I especially like the one you made with the sketch-- great balance and white space!

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  5. Love the washi tape cards - I REALLY need to CASE this!

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  6. wow...wow...wow...so many wonderful cards, can't believe I am this far behind! this is just so adorable...I love your selection of Washi Tape, you have to share where you finding all of these wonderful colors! You started this now you must share, please. And your dinner card, another one of yours I will be pinning and CAS'ing.

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  7. great cards!! love the diagonal washi tape...gives so much energy to your design!

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  8. Joyce, your gift cards with the WOW envelopes are amazing!!!!

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  9. Great cards! The first one is just perfect to thank a hostess! Thanks for joining us at retro sketches!

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  10. Great card...I hope you'll link up at 52 Card Pickup this week!

    http://www.oldbackporch.com/2013/01/52-card-pickup-23.html?m=1

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  11. You are going to town with the washi tape, love these and how you have mastered the use of this fun tape.

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