Thursday, October 30, 2008

Birthday Cards from My SCS Sisters!

Here are 7 cards that I received for my birthday from my Michigan Mingler Friends!! It is so much fun to get homemade cards from talented ladies! The first one is from Kim or piccadillie on SCS. I have this Cuttlebug folder and never thought to put it behind something besides flowers. I love it behind the birthday cake!

The second card is from Jill or nenimlasj on SCS. I love how she wrote in Splitcoast at the top. It looks like it is just meant to be there! I also have lots of the hardware that I have never used. Now I have an idea to start with. The third card is from Ruthann or Mouseyr61 on SCS. I love how she has stamped the flower both on the green and yellow. It makes it very natural. I also like the little butterflies.

The fourth card is from Emma or Emma F on SCS. I just bought this stamp set, so I was very excited to have a sample on hand. Also, if you look closely at the buttons, she used paper as thread! How cool is that!

The fifth card is from Michele or Myoos913 on SCS. This is from the Flower Power Kit from SU!. I have bought this set in the preorder stage of the catalog and have never used it. I love this card and now am very excited to make up my kit!

The sixth card is from Michelle Maraskine or CMUgrad on SCS. I have this stamp set and always thought the witch was cute, but never have used it. I like how you can use it on fall birthday cards!

The seventh card is from Michelle Goodrich or MichelleGoodrich on SCS. This card has two techniques that I have not tried. The background was done with the polished stone technique. The flower is done by embossing on vellum and then coloring the back of the flower with markers. I cannot wait to try the techniques with my card club!

THANK YOU AGAIN LADIES for all the wonderful cards!!!!


Emma F said...

wow Yvonne ... you did get some gorgeous cards this year! Tks for letting us take a look at them. Hugs, Emma x

Kim said...

Yvonne, thank you for posting my card. It was nice just sending it out to someone who would appreciate the craftiness.