A have a couple “little” cards to share today…these are note card size (3 1/2 x 5, or thereabouts). It’s fun to make something other than a standard card—if you have smaller images, they don’t get lost on the larger canvas! The first one is for the Card Monkey challenge 56, to make a card for kids, using this sketch:
Oh dear, I don’t have many kid-type stamps, but I thought the little bunny from Forest Friends was pretty cute for a little one! I strayed a tiny little bit from the sketch:
I plopped the heart from the upper part of the sketch and stuck it down at the bottom! The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes and I used a Chocolate Chip marker to only ink part of it, then punched it out with the 3-Heart Punch. I also did some masking with the A to Z stamp on the bunny image!
For my second card, it took me longer to figure out what sentiment to use than to make the card itself! This is for the City Crafter challenge 57, stripes & polka dots. I know the gals over there make really fluffy, frilly cards, but this is downright CAS:
I got this idea from Nelia and thought it was adorable! I simplified mine quite a bit, but I still think it is as cute as a button! The strawberry is the Scalloped Heart of Hearts diecut and the cap is the 5-Petal punch, and I trimmed one petal down to make the stem! Sentiment is from Flight of the Butterfly! Thanks for so much for visiting today!
- Stamps for Bunny Card: Forest Friends, Teeny Tiny Wishes, A to Z
- Paper: Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip, WW, Pear Pizzazz, Baja Breeze & Regal Rose Patterns DP, Nursery Suite DP
- Ink: Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip
- Acc: Nesties, Subtles Button, Choc Chip Marker, 3-Heart Punch, Bakers Twine, Eyelet Border Punch
- Stamps for Strawberry Card: Flight of the Butterfly
- Paper: Textured WW, Real Red, Wild Wasabi Patterns DP
- Ink: Real Red
- Acc: Bright Button, Twine, Scalloped Heart of Heart diecut, 5-Petal punch