Saturday, December 15, 2007

Super simple christmas cards







This year I joined the christmas card challenge over at Splitcoast and did it ever work great. Each month you create a certain number of cards per month. It's up to you how many, you decide how many and tell the coordinator how many you will make a month, and then post them in the gallery each month. The greatest part is that by christmas you'lll have them done and there's not the mad rush to crank out all these cards and you don't get bored. These are the cards I made to the last few months. They are super simple one Layer cards that are stamped with black stazon and then colored in the Stampin' Up! markers and a blender pen. I accented them with stickles cuz ya know I LOVE stickles:)

9 comments:

the dreamer said...

Hi, Cheryl! Those are just gorgeous cards and they don't look simple at all. I know I'd never be able to create something so elegant. =)

Every time I make my cards, my husband comments that we should sell them. And my reply is that I'm not good enough yet. Haha.

Thanks for dropping by my blog and I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful work. =)

Nina
SBS5 sister

Janine said...

The top card is my favorite of all three. Very simple but effective.

LaY hOoN said...

I love the 1st card , with the brialliant colours ! That are lovely !

The Rubber Maid said...

Cheryl, love all of your cards. You do a beautiful job. I'm in the SBS 5 also. Glad to have you on board sister. Pat

Julie Koerber said...

Cute cards Cheryl! FYI, I'm a "stickles-a-holic" too! :-)

"Jany" said...

Those are beautiful and simple cards! I love them all! And I love stickles too so, sometimes is really hard not to use them.

Jany
SBS-5 sis

Kanani said...

Love these cards!

The Rubber Maid said...

Cheryl,
In answer to your question about the Pearl Ex Paints you can do to this websit http://wwwrubberd.com/
usartquest.htm and you click on
usArtQuest watercolor palette. There are 2 different ones to choose from .It has a new name because it was originally designed by a gal here in Michigan and it had no name but Pearl Ex paint palette. Hope that helps. Pat

Cheek said...

I love these cards! May I ask what stamp was used for the "bird card"? Thanks.

Cheek