Aunt Betty [Teta Beta]

Two Pink Cards/Dvije roze karte

In Uncategorized on January 25, 2012 at 4:44 pm

These days I really have a lot of things I need to do. Although it is not easy, I love it that way. Still, I am a hyperactive workaholic.🙂 Now, for today I have two cute cards.

[Ovih dana zaista imam mnogo toga za napraviti. Iako nije jednostavno, volim takve dane. Ipak, ja sam hiperaktivna radoholičarka.🙂 Pa eto, za danas imam dvije slatke karte.]

I combined the sketch and the colors from these photos [Kombinirala sam nacrt i boje s ovih fotografija]:

I used [Koristila sam]: Teta Beta stamp, Waltzingmouse stamp, lace, ribbon, paper flowers, black and pink ink, corner puncher, white and ivory paper.

Inspired by [Inspirirano]: Waltzingmouse, CR84FN.

And the second card [I druga karta]:

I used [Koristila sam]: Teta Beta stamp, ribbon, a butterfly, black ink, Cuttlebug, SpellbindersAuthentique paper, white cardstock, Sew Easy Tool.

Inspired by [Inspirirano]: DYSU, Simon Says Stamp, Authentique, The Shabby Tea Room.

I hope you like them. And, before you go, let me just tell you that I am working on a very interesting and different card. It is a part of a very unique challenge. So, be sure to stop by in the next couple of days.🙂

[Nadam se da su vam lijepe. Prije nego odete, dozvolite da podijelim s vama nešto na čemu ovih dana radim. Riječ je o jednoj vrlo drugačijoj i zanimljivoj karti. Dio je jednog vrlo jedinstvenog izazova, pa slobodno navratite ponovo ovih dana.🙂]

  1. Both cards are just gorgeous. I like how you used the corner punch in the top card – so that it created a new design in the middle of the edge.

  2. Although I don’t know what the sentiment means, it realy looks very nice. Gorgeous cards and lovely colors Eli!

  3. Thanks, ladies! I forgot to translate the sentiment – sorry. It is just a regular sentiment that means something like “Best Wishes”.🙂

  4. Beautiful cards, both of them. So elegant…. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

    -Wenche

  5. BOTH cards are really pretty! LOVE the edge on the first one and the flowers and butterfly on the second! THX for playing with us at CR84FN!

  6. wow, this is gorgeous…luv the design…thanks for playing along with us at the Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge …..I am having a huge blog candy giveaway, check it out here…
    http://paperieblooms.blogspot.com/2012/01/purge-blog-hop.html

    enjoy *~*

  7. Lovely cards! Thanks for joining along with CR84FN and the WMSC🙂

  8. Lovely use of yellow and pink and great job with the WMS Stamps!

  9. Love the little row of roses across that label, Eli! Gorgeous color schemes on both cards, WOW!

  10. I love your label and that wonderful row of roses! Super job!

  11. I love these! Gorgeous cards Eli! The colors are perfect for the style you chose! Thanks for sharing this with us this week at WMSC!🙂

  12. Beautiful.
    Love the colors…
    the label perfect for them!
    And I die over the velvet ribbon and flowers…
    gorgeous!

  13. These are so pretty – love the sweet roses! Thanks for playing along with CR84FN!

  14. Love the colours on the first card and the idea for the frame! The second one is just pure shabby goodness🙂 Thanks for playing along with the Mischief Makers this week! xo

  15. Wow, all great projects! The cards are soooooooooo pretty!! I love the shabby feel and colors that you used!

  16. So So cute Eli!!! Very shabby and love the paper!

  17. Oh so pretty!! Both cards are just gorgeous!! Love the bows and the gorgeous die cut shapes on them!!
    Thank you for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge blog.
    xoxo, Christine

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