Sunday, April 11, 2010

Cards, LO's and digital

Hi all hope you are having a glorious day. We were lucky to be taken out to a beautiful Italian restaurant for lunch. YUM

Here is my first instalment for today. My Pink Stamper is having her first ever challenge and although i don't normally do these type of things this one sounded fun so i thought i would give it a go. All we had to do was use the cricut and use the colours green, pink & black. So thanks to Emma and her wonderful videos i designed this card on the gypsy and then cut it out on the cricut. I thought this would make a fun card along with a packet of coffee for my friend who happens to be a coffee addict. This was a LO designed by Kelly Goree using my Basic Grey monthly pack. I cant get over the difference in height between mother and son.
Now this one i just love and it was so easy. This is a "hybrid" LO and the whole white piece was designed by Ali Edwards and you can get it free here just download it and put your photos in. You don't need Photoshop Elements you can just load it into a word document.

OK this is a "hybrid" card and not a great one but i was just experimenting. This is a Hero Arts digital stamp that i loaded into a Word document then printed onto cardstock.


Yes you have made it to the end.
Thanks/merci for stopping by.
Linda



10 comments :

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Linda - I love your coffee card - what a sweet idea!

k.a.g. said...

your coffee and eiffel tower cards are beautiful.

suzitee said...

You've been a busy girl! Loving all your new creations, but especially the coffee card...it is cute!

Nisson Family said...

Those were all great! You sure were busy this weekend. ;) Loved the coffee mug. Thanks for participating in the MPS Color Challenge.

Pam

Janellybelly said...

The LO of your DH and his Mum is priceless :) The coffee card is a favourite too.

Beth said...

Linda, thank you so much for your kind words on my new blog (very encouraging)! I love the card you made as well and I like that you could make it a gift with a bag of coffee. I might have to borrow that gift idea. Thanks again and take care!
Beth

Rumi said...

Your coffee card is very cute! Easy to adapt for the tea lover too.

liz said...

very cute...I think I want a cup!

TereesaC said...

Linda, These are all gorgeous. I especially love the Merci card with the lace accent, and the coffee card is so clever. Well done.

Anonymous said...

hi mum