Thursday, August 4, 2011

More Dare to Get Dirty Cards

Good morning everyone....I have been working all week so no new stamping for me...I did make these cards last weekend for the Dare to Get Dirty challenges on Splitcoast. This one was for Jeanne's challenge....the adorable Lockhart Holly Cupcake was colored with copics and the background was created with curly sticky strips with glitter sprinkled all over...this looks so fun and festive!!
Recipe: Stamps: Lockhart, Papertrey Ink, Inkadinkado, Clear Dollar Stamps
Paper: Vanilla, Riding Hood Red, Old Olive, Cosmo Cricket
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Old Olive, Real Red
Accessories: Glitter, Sticky Strips, Nestabilities, Prima and Leaves, Brad, Copics

This was for Lydia's challenge.....the Rubbernecker Floral Alphabet #526 images were stamped with Versafine Onyx Black, embossed with clear ep, and painted with Creative Impressions Lavender daughter Holly gave me the paint a few months ago and I finally had an opportunity to use it!! The background paper is from Basic Grey's Kioshi and the primas and seam binding finish it off.
Recipe: Stamps: Rubbernecker Floral Alphabet
Paper: Vanilla, Basic Grey's Kioshi
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Accessories: Seam Binding, Primas, Nestabilities, Clear EP, Creative Impressions Lavender Paint, Dotted Swiss Embossing Folder

Thanks for stopping by....I have to take my Dad to the clinic this morning for a 7:15 appointment....yikes!! What happened to starting at 8:00????


XxJULESxX said...

Hi Joan stunning cards as usual!!! sorry i haven't been around iv'e been ill.

Kathy and Lucky said...

These are so pretty, love the sparkle and how you did it on the first card and the second so soft and pretty with the fancy letters and soft lavender. Good Luck at the clinic with your dad and really what happened to 8A?

Tammy said...

Outstanding cards Joan. My favorite is "mom" so soft and pretty.

Unknown said...

Pretty..Pretty..Love it...Love it..
I always love seeing your beautiful creations. No the both.

Becky said...

Beautiful cards Joan, love that Christmas one, very different and your mom is just stunning.

jimlynn said...

Fabulous cards! Love the first one as yes, it's so festive looking and just wonderful. Really like the second one too in those pretty colors.

Michelle Woerner said...

Hey Roomie! these are both just lovely. That mother's day card is soft and stunning. And the Christmas card is so happy. I love Christmas in traditional red and green! Hugs to you and your Grandkids!!

Sasha said...

Two beautifully created cards!

Unknown said...

Fantastic Christmas card, love the cupcakes and the glitter. Such a pretty alphabet! Love the colors you've used.

Lisa Lara said...

I love your curly sprinkled strip bg Joan.

Joanne (jojot) said...

both are very sweet....loving esp. the Christmas cupcake one

Susan (rainy) said...

Two beautiful creations, Joan. The first is so cheery and the second is vintage fabulous!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What gorgeous cards Joan!! I just love the first with the circle panels and your design! The second is so soft and elegant!

Carole of Brum said...

Hi Joan, I love your 2 cards today, the red and green is so festive, and the lilac card so very pretty. I love the name of the challenge too, Dare To Get Dirty - I don't need ink pads to get all dirty, you should see my hands after colouring with copics! I ought to take a photo one day, lol.

I have blogged the card I sent you, so if it ended up all bashed about after being in the postal system for days on end, you can see it in it's "fresh from the factory" state, lol.

7.15 am appointment????? that's still technically night-time, isn't it? Hope all goes well for your dad. coB

Rose Ann said...

Both are so pretty, Joan!! Your coloring and sparkle look fantastic on your first card, and I love the texture, and Primas on the second!! Way to get those challenges completed!

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