Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Simple Cards with Merry Details Sizzlet

Hello. So sorry for my long absence! I have some super quick and easy cards to show you using one of the Sizzlet di-cuts from Stampin Up's current Mini catalog, called Merry Details. Merry Details have 4 cute mini shapes on it, two Christmas Trees, one Snowflake, and a cute little dove with a swirly tail. I took some paper scraps that I literally had laying around on my craft table, and cut a bunch of the little trees, and punched some 1" circles to mount them on. Here is a photo of four different cards that I made with them:
The colors that I used here were all from Stampin Up........Garden Green, Real Red. The DSP used is from one of the patterns pack and is Ruby Red, and Certainly Celery. The sentiment is from Stampin Up's "Teeny Tiny Wishes" stamp set.



Come back and visit my blog tomorrow and the rest of the week, I have some cards in the works using some digital images from an awesome artist named Elizabeth from Soft Pencil Designs. She creates the cutest images.


Oh, and Happy Birthday To Me today! My fabulous husband and daughter are taking me out to dinner tonight! Yay!!!!!

Until next time................................Blessings, Lisa

9 comments:

Softpencil said...

Happy Birthday Lisa!!!
You made beautiful cards! I can´t wait to see your new ones! ;)

Thank you very much for your comment on my blog and for sharing with me the story of Mittens, she´s so cute and beautiful, enjoy her so much!!!

Butternut Sage Designs said...

oh my goodness these are so fresh and clean and I am soooooo going to copy them for my cards this year!!! TFS!!!

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