Friday, December 17, 2010

OCLDT44 ~ No Peeking

Happy Friday!
I've got an Our Craft Lounge sketch card to show you, the sketch is brought to you by Kendra Wietstock! You can play along too for a chance to win a OCL stamp set of your choice, check out The Lounge to get the details!
I used the sweet tag set No Peeking, a must have for your Christmas tags, they are so cute and fun!
OK, so you may be thinking this card doesn't look anything like the sketch, but, I was totally inspired by Kendra's card to make this one! Instead of the main image I made the bow and added a strip of ribbon going vertical. I wanted it to look like a gift with a tag, see?

Too make the bow I cut pieces of ribbon, made loops and stapled them together in the center with Tim's Tiny Attacher. When I had them done I stapled them all together with a regular stapler, then, I made the little top loop and glued it on.

Supplies: Stamps - OCL No Peeking. Paper - confetti cream & celery cardstock, Webster Pages Waiting For Santa & Sweet Seasons Petite Papers Combo Pack. Ink - Ranger Distress Walnut Stain, Copic markers. Acces. - ribbon, Gellyroll Stardust pen, Ice Crystal Crafty Sparkles, crystal stickers. Tools - Tim's Tiny Attacher, stapler, Scor-Buddy.
This is a card I made for the OCL Valentine release. I love this sweet love set, the kids are adorable.
I used Tim's Vintage Shabby Paper Stack, mmmmm, yummy!
I made the rolled flowers with MFT's flower die.
The die makes these flowers so easy, a great tv watching project!
These are the Copic markers I used.
Supplies: Stamps - OCL Vintage Valentine. Paper - Neenah Solar White, pink & grey cardstock, Tim's Vintage Shabby Paper Stack. Ink - Ranger Distress Black Soot, Pumice Stone, Copic markers. Acces. - ribbon, Kaiser Pearls, pink heart stick pin. Tools - Spellbinders Labels 4 die, Fleur-De- Lis punch by EK Success, Martha leaf punch, MFT flower die, stipple brush, Scor-Buddy, sewing machine, blending tool.
I hope you have a great warm weekend, thanks for stopping by!
Smiley from


Tammie E said...

Wow, Pam...both cards are beautiful!

Broni said...

Oh my goodness, Pam! Both of these cards are absolutely fabulous!!

Elaine A said...

Wow Pam!

I love these cards! They are just so beautiful. And I'll have you know it took a few seconds before I realized your first card was actually a card. I thought it was a wrapped Christmas gift - LOL!

Happy Holidays!

Elaine Allen

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Conniecrafter said...

very pretty cards, love your bow on the first and the great vintage feel of the second, love your flowers!

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