This weekend, I knocked out two designs. This digital image, called "girl with thank you bunting" is a fund-raiser from Claire Keay's JellyPark. I wanted to go with bold and fell back into one of my usual color combos. Hey, if it ain't broke, don't fix it!
Stamp: Girl with Thank You Bunting (JellyPark)
Paper: black and orange (Stampin' Up!), green (Cored'inations), scraps
Misc.: plastic flower (unknown), fibers (Making Memories), photo corner punch (Stampin' Up!), brad (American Crafts), computer-generated sentiment
I also made a super-easy card that features an image from Eat Cake Graphics called Tiny Toby. The card base with the window opening is pre-made - got them free from a gal on FreeCycle - so the hardest part of the card was making the insert the correct size and moderately interesting. The window could be created quite easily, though, and adds a nice element to the card.
The sentiment is computer-generated and I created some thank you's, some birthday's, and some general sentiments (seen here) to be able to quickly pull a card together. After I photographed the card, I went back and added Crystal Effects to the eyeballs for a little extra punch!
Stamps: Tiny Toby (Eat Cake Graphics)
Misc.: rhinestones (Recollections), ribbon (May Arts)
This will probably do it for another week. Sigh. Hopefully I'll come up with something a bit more complex and a bit more creative next weekend. (Or we could have a horrible March snowstorm, canceling school for several days, so I can spend a couple extra days relaxing...)