- Melinda's Cut-N-Up Creations
- I am 45 YO, am married to my VERY Best friend. My husband is my support and inspiration. We have 7 beautiful kids, all grown and on their own except the youngest two boys who are both 15. I have loved Art my entire life. As a person, I consider myself to be a lifelong learner and a constant work in progress. My favorite saying is: It's never too late to be who you might have become!-Author Unknown.
Friday, February 5, 2010
WOW, I have been making cards, cards and more cards. I am NOT happy with the photography results, there seems to be glue spots that show in the photos that do not show on the card in hand. Here are 24 of the latest but I cannot believe I am typing this, there is still more to photograph. Tomorrow I am going to take pics out in the sunlight and see if that helps. I'm not very pleased with several of these anyway as they were made in a bit of a rush. Oh well, as with everything in my life, I am a work in progress and so is my card making skills, I consider myself a life long learner! :) I hope you enjoy looking just the same!
I really am loving purple this month. This is a digi stamp colored with my new prismacolor markers that my DH/BFF got me for Christmas, I am TOTALLY ADDICTED to them!
I especially loved this digi as we have these same Morning Glory's in the pool area and they are this same color.
I absolutely LOVE Michelle Perkett's Digital Stamps, they are gorgeous even before colored. Here is one of several I got recently.
This is a Romance Rubber Stamp, another company I REALLY love, as soon as my store is up and running I will carry these they are gorgeous, girlie and VERY affordable. I made the mistake of stamping onto Metallic White paper, NOT IDEAL for markers!
Another Michelle Perkett Digi Stamp. This card is actually a mistake as the frames are crooked on the card, but the stamp is still gorgeous so I will donate this one to a friend or family member, or most likely disassemble and re-do the card!
This card is actually very pretty in person, it is a Navy, dotted texture cardstock with a mustard frame to match the mustard in the planter.
This card was a lot of fun to make, I do not use this blue very often and it's not a typical color for Valentines Day. One of my goals this year is to get away from the plain look and think out of the box a little more, more creativity.
This card is adorable, she and her brother are as cute as hey can be, I LOVED coloring this stamp. I am so ashamed that I do not remember where I got these stamps, I can take the constructive criticism so if anyone knows, please advise so I can give the proper credit. I honestly think I have close to 1000 or more digi stamps.
Thanks so much for looking and please leave me your comments, They mean so much to me and I really respect your feedback, opinions and even instruction at times. Have a great Superbowl weekend!!
Posted by Melinda's Cut-N-Up Creations at 8:07 PM