Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Using Designer Paper Pads


Here's a card I made with an Inky Antic image and sentiment. The image was colored with Copics, and I used some Echo Park "For the Record 2" dsp along with some SU! Midnight Muse and Daffodil cardstock. I used a SU! framelit die for the little banner, adding double hearts with a Tonic punch and some yellow and white twine. This is going into my next box for Cards for Hospitalized Kids.
I've been trying to make 2 of each card lately, so I can fill up my donation boxes quickly, so here's another version......


For this one I used a decorative dots embossing folder from SU! along with some Lawn Fawn polka dot designer papers.

I'm sharing with the Tuesday Throwdown #288 which has a theme of "furry friends."

Thanks for stopping by and I wish you a great week ahead!

Carol


15 comments:

scrAPpamondo said...

I think that those two cards are just perfect for the goal, with this sweet image and the fabulous sentiment are perfect for any hospitalized kid!!!!
Love expecially the design and the colours of the first one, and its little banner with the punched hearts is just adorable!!

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Cute cards. I do consider myself hugged after seeing this sweet duo.

Brenda said...

Awww, both of these cards are so cute Carol! I love that sweet image and love the way you colored them. Your papers are fabulous and how perfect is that sentiment?! Hope you survive the high winds we had with no damage. Hope you didn't lose electric either, so many did. I was blessed and didn't loose mine and no damage was done here. Well I didn't check out the pool, but it was still standing! Hugs, Brenda

cotnob said...

Super cards Carol, such a sweet image - I love the yellow and blue colour combination.
Pauline
x

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

Such darling cards you made with that sweet stamp!

Barb said...

Two fantastic cards Carol. I love the image and sentiment and the little tag looks so nice with the punched hearts and twine. Perfect finishing touches. Barbxx

Donna Hanley said...

Each little one will definitely consider themselves hugged when this see these darling cards. I adore that image and you really dressed each one of these cards up nicely. They are very cheerful which is chat these little ones need. Hope you are having a good week.

JD/ Jill said...

Cute cards, Carol, You always do such a nice job with patterned paper. So creative. You sure will brighten some children's day with these cards!

You asked on my blog...If I had a nice time at the craft show...
YES!!! I went with Jim. We only stayed for a few hours, but it's enough time for me...(to overspend my allotted budget! LOL) But hopefully, the new "toys" will help inspire me to get back to more card making...(All I need is to find the time!)

Stampsnob. said...

Awwwahh love the image the bg papers are lovely Lis

aussie aNNie said...

Carol, two beautiful creation, gorgeous image and colours used. The sentiment is perfect and adorable xx..xx
 {aNNie}

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

That is such a great hug image to use, Carol. Simply sweet. The kids will love these.

*Vicki* said...

Oh my gosh, that image is absolutely adorable!! Love your coloring and design here Carol! :)

SARN said...

Simply delightful - fab sentiment for the main image too.
Hugs, Sarn xxx

Jean said...

I love this stamped image, and your spotted papers look great as well.
Jean x

Daffodil Cards said...

These are wonderful cards.