Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Ten Minute Monday on Tuesday

I made several cards for the SCS color challenge and used the CPS141 sketch for most of the cards. The colors for the challenge were Burgundy, Vanilla and Kraft. Then I started using the colors and making more quick one layer cards or minimal layers that all took 10 minutes or less. I thought I'd share them with you. These first few use CPS141. These next two are not using the CPS sketch. Supplies: Stamps - Studio G, Inkadinkado, PaperTrey Holiday Button Bits; Ink - PaperTrey Scarlet Jewel; Paper - PaperTrey; Misc - Quickutz Holiday Words embossing folder, Cuttlebug Snowflake embossing folder and border embossing folder, Scor-pal, PaperTrey Vintage buttons, Glue Dots, SU! DImensionals.

23 comments:

  1. Gorgeous cards! These prove that CAS cards can also be SO elegant, too!!

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  2. Hmmm, seems I have seen these cards recently somewhere....lol They are still gorgeous!

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  3. Wow, your use of the Cuttlebug is stupendous. I had talked myself out of buying the Cuttlebug, after seeing it used as a confusing background on so many cards. But seeing what you've done with it......well, it takes a true artist to make any technique fabulous, really. Many of us are Crafters. Some few, like you, are Artists. Thanks for sharing.
    Bahb

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  4. These are all great! I love that they are all simple to make but have that look of elegance to them. A lot of times - less is better. You have proved that with these fantastic cards.

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  5. YOUR CARDS ARE FANTASTIC. I LOVE CLEAN AND SIMPLE, AND YOU HAVE DONE IT BEAUTIFULLY! I DID A CARD WITH THE EMBOSSED TREE LAST YEAR, AND A RED CARDINAL. IT WAS NICE. THANK YOU FOR THE INSPIRATION!!!

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  6. Can you direct me to a site where I can buy the Holiday Words embossing folder? I just love it, but can't find it anywhere!

    thanks so much,
    barb

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  7. Love them all, but that border one is my favorite.

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  8. Oh they are all so lovely!
    Helen
    Firenze Cards

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  9. Barb, Here is the link to the Quickutz folder I used:
    http://www.ucutathome.com/store/index.php?detail=y&pid=2959
    Harriet

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  10. Oh, these are soooo lovely - totally CAS and beautiful! Jo x

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  11. absolutly beautiful!!!
    i love these cards!!!

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  12. Once again, you prove that simple is best! Elegant, especially the one with the house on the side.

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  13. Very pretty! Love those border embossing folders!

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  14. Beautiful cards. I love the embossing plates!

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  15. OMGoodness, these are awesome! The CB folders really make a statement. I would love to know which manufacturer makes that reindeer stamp on the first card...I just LOVE that one!

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  16. These cards are truly simple and stunning..I wish i had some supplies to make such amazing cards!

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  17. Harriet, these are beautiful! Your use of the CB makes me want one!

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  18. lovely.

    Really beautiful!

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  19. Oh la la! How simply gorgeous!!! Wow! Luv em all! I love however you did the snowflake embossing folder in the bottom card, and adore the quickutz holiday embossing folder words. I've never seen it, where do you get it? Thanks for all your inspiration!

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