Friday, December 24, 2010

It's the Christmas Eve edition of FWF Friday (and last chance to win my giveaway!!)

Merry Christmas Eve!  Just a quick reminder that today is your last chance to comment on this previous post (click on link please) for your chance to win a set of Tim Holtz embossing folders and some stamps.

And now onto today's business.....FWF Friday.  Today I thought I'd share TWO shaped cards.  I LOVE to make shaped cards.  For both of these cards I used my Mom's Cricut machine for the shaped bases.  When I make shaped cards I try to keep them less than 5.5" square so they will fit into some of the standard envelopes I have in my collection.

Just a reminder you can find the list of today's participants later today on the Unity Blog.  Look for the Flair blinkie and leave a comment for your chance to win some Unity Stamps.

For the first card I used one of Unity's Itty Bitty stamps:

Stamps: Itty Bitty You're a Real Fun-gi by Unity Stamps
Papers: October Afternoon, Bazzill, Pink Paislee, Jillibean Soup
Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa
Accessories: Cricut cartridge (Card), Fabric store trim, Cosmo Cricket mini letters, Copic markers

For this second card I created a paper pieced apple shape and if you look closely on the card base you will see that I stamped some apples onto the cardstock in red ink.  Then I added a tag with sentiment and some raffia to give it a rustic look.   All of the stamps are from Unity's fabulous Kits of the Month.

Stamps: Unity Stamps Kit Of The Month (apples-July, and sentiment-Sept).
Papers: Bazzill
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Barn Door Distress Ink
Accessories: K and Co journalling box, raffia, Cricut Friendly Critters cartridge


marilyn said...

Your cards are precious.

jennifer mitten said...

I love these shaped cards - they are fabulous!

shuggy said...

very cute!

Anne said...

I love your cute, shaped cards! I like the details of the ribbon and raffia too!

Andrea said...

Great cards! I love the shapes too! Merry Christmas!

Emily Leiphart said...

Jennifer, these are both darling! I love the shapes of both. The ruffly ribbon makes the first card and the apple stamps are a great background for the second card. Merry Christmas!!

Anonymous said...

I absoulutely adore your shaped cards!!! Wonderful use of the stamps.

Merry Christmas!
lisa a.

Nancy B said...

Adorable cards! I have never made a shaped card, thanks for the inspiration!