Tuesday, July 6, 2010

L-inked Together Mtg Swaps and Samples-Part 2

So, for those of you wondering, I have not fallen off the face of the earth!  But, I am way behind in posting all the wonderful things I’ve seen and all the cards I have been making.

Below are some beautiful samples created by other demos in the L-inked Together group.  Of course, since it’s taken me forever to get this post out, I’ve forgotten who made what.  Sorry ladies!

P1110342_edited-1 I love how simple, yet elegant, this card looks.  Supplies were minimal: Elements of Style stamp set, Whisper White and Basic Black cardstock, Black Stazon ink, Satin ribbon, and Designer Label punch. I’ll be posting my version from a recent workshop soon. P1110347_edited-1 These cute little flowers were made with the new Punch Pack, from the Summer Mini catalog.  Isn’t the inside of this card just as cute?  I don’t know about you, but I’m really bad about pouring all my creative juices into the outside of the card and leaving the inside bereft!P1110348_edited-1

Now, here’s a WOW card for you!  I just love this one.  It’s a fairly simple card to make, but it will make anyone you send it to think you’re the most amazing card designer ever!  I’ll be posting a tutorial next week of how to make this type of card.  P1110358_edited-1P1110349_edited-1

Here’s a another WOW card that’s easier than it looks!

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I know what you’re thinking…. “I didn’t know we had Designer Series Paper in the pattern and color!”  Guess what? We don’t!  The background is just layered stamping.  Can you figure out all the different stamps she used?

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I wish you could see this gift box/card in person.  It’s just beautiful!  The drawer actually pulls out, and I’m not sure if you can tell, but the top part pops up (ooh! I suddenly feel the urge for a Pop Tart, I wonder why?).  I’ll try to post a tutorial on this soon.

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  What a clever way to make a set of note cards into a wonderful gift!

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This is another great stationary box.  The set is a bit bigger than the one above.  Instead of the top sliding off, the inside slides out to the side.P1110356_edited-1

Below are some neat ways to use your Big Shot.  Can you believe it cuts fabric too?  What a quick and easy way to make a quilt or wall hanging. 

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All of these shapes we’re made with Stampin’ Up! dies and the Big Shot.P1110360_edited-1 P1110361_edited-1 P1110362_edited-1

I still have even more samples to show you and will post them in the next couple of days. 

I hope you were inspired!  If you have any questions on these samples, please don’t hesitate to post a comment.

Thanks for looking!

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