Monday, 10 September 2012

Happy September Crafters!

It's hard to believe summer is basically over and the kids are now back in school.  I have to say, I am enjoying the cooler weather.

I have six cards that I'd like to share with you and ALL SIX are CUP cards.  I hope you enjoy them and "have a great day"!
This beauty is an actual photo taken by Janyce Cotterill, a designer
on the CUP site.  I printed this graphic out twice and decoupaged it
with foam pads, added a touch of glitter in the center and three yellow
pearls for an embellie.  The sentiment was cut on my Cricut.

I do love turtles and this cutie was designed by Lisa Craig on the
CUP site.  There are many turtles on this craft page when you
purchase it so is well worth it.  I decided to make it into an easel card and I
raised the turtle & little frog as well as the flowers.  I used flowers
for the stopper on the easel card.......added pearls in the center of
each flower and HB (Cricut) as my sentiment.

These little cards are so whimsical and I love making them.
This gem was designed by Eva Cano on the CUP site.  I cut out
all of the decoupage and raised with foam pads and for
embellisments, I added black gems on the ladybug and red
gems on the good luck charm.......such a happy little card!

This sweet card and envelope is a "kit" and was designed by
Carol Clarke over at CUP.  The card is an easel card and
I added glitter here and there as well
as little pink gems.  The "Congratulations" is the stopper for the easel plus
there is an envelope to match.  It is a very cute kit when made up.

What a cute, cheerful card to let somebody know
you are thinking of them.  This card is a type of
pyramid which I raised with foam pads.  Eva Cano, at CUP,  is
the designer of this card.  I added pearls in the
center of the flowers for a bit of bling.

The above card was disigned by Rob Jackson himself,
and the background is a separate sheet from the flowers that
are decoupaged in the oval.  This is very pretty in the
real but is difficult to capture the true colours themselves in
the photo.  I used Sizzix Dies for the ovals to put the
flowers on, added two butterflies (MS) with gems and also
added gems to two of the corners.  The Sentiment was
cut on my Cricut.

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