Sunday, July 18, 2010

Everyday Fun & That was yesterday

Happy Sunday, my friends! I have a couple of hybrid cards made using new releases at to share with you.

I made this card using Jen Martakis' adorable digital kit-
Everyday Fun
. All patterned papers and elements were from Jen's kit. I printed out the tan colored polka dot paper, hand drawn a tree branch then cut out. I adore that cute little owl/bird! He makes me smile! =) The sentiment is from set by Hero Arts.

My second card is made using Michelle Underwood's fabulous new kit -
That was yesterday
. I love the vintage bingo card and the weathered tag, so I decided to use them on my card. Of course I can't leave those banners out either. =) I torn a little piece of plain masking tap and used it as my sentiment panel. The sentiment is set from Hero Arts.

That's all I have for now, hope you like them! =)

Please click to see all the new digital releases at Two Peas!

Have a fabulous Sunday!

Thanks for stopping by!

for "Hi" card:
cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Neenah Classic Solar White
digital kit: Everyday Fun by Jen Martakis at Two Peas In A Bucket
stamp: Hero Arts (sentiment)
ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
decorative scissors: Fiskars
die: Spellbinders
die-cutting machine: Cuttlebug
other: sewing machine, thread

for "celebrate" card:
cardstock: Neenah Classic Solar White
digital kit: That was yesterday by Michelle Underwood at Two Peas In A Bucket
stamp: Hero Arts (sentiment)
ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
twine: Papertrey Ink
die: Spellbinders
die-cutting machine: Cuttlebug
other: sewing machine, thread, masking tape


Barbara said...

Your first card is darling and your second card is so pretty Alice! I love seeing your beautiful cards everyday!

Lin said...

You do wonders with these kits, Alice! And I want to thank you for leaving all those wonderful comments on my blog.

Karen B. said...

Two completely different, completely great cards!

BabyBokChoy said...

The first card is cute cute cute. The second one is almost like a scrapbook page, I see a lot of take-away points from that one! TFS!

Michelle said...

Love the worn out tag and the banners in the second card! such a great design:-) so pretty..

Love the whimsy in the first one, such a happy card!

CinnamonSally said...

Two lovely cards Alice, I particularly like the second one, the banner is fabulous!!

Diane Jaquay said...

Both of these are WONDERFUL Alice!!! I wish I were a little more computer savvy than I am, I'd love to delve into some of these hybrid cards.

Courtney Baker said...

SUper cute cards Alice! I love both!

Monika Reeck said...

Hi Alice your first card is super duper cute and the second one is are you dear...hugs...

alexandra s.m. said...

I love them both Alice!
You're so so talented ;-)

Kathy Martin said...

Love these kits and how you worked them! :)

Anita Rex said...

I like how you paired the bingo card and the tag together! Love how distressed them too!

Marlene said...

These are both great, but I love the banners on that second card!

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful! Love the banner and bingo. Sweet card. The little owl and cute scene is adorable!

Nat said...

these cards inspire me so much!! I really need to try some of these great digital images too. Both cards are wonderful!! :)

donna mikasa said...

Oooh, love them both but the second one a bit the BINGO card + banner! Love it, Alice!!!

Janetcraft said...

Wow, I see you make cute cards for Paula, I like the soft and kiddy pictures and colors. Lovely!

Tasha said...

These are amazing Alice, both are absolutely goreous. I especially love the kit you have used on the second card and the whole design - awesome
love tasha xx

Jill said...

Love all the details. It is such a treat to see what you come up with using the digi kits!

~amy~ said...

such fun cards alice...owls and banners...woot woot!

ivy said...

your cute banner just reminded me that i need to start making my sister's banner for her baby shower decoration. wish i can blow yours up 1,000x!

Kelly Booth said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE these!!!!

Anne Gaal said...

Hi, Alice! More terrific hybrid cards! You get such exceptional results from printing the kits! Love it! :-)

Lisa Hjulberg said...

A couple of FUN hybrid cards!!!


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