Thursday, March 10, 2011

Painted Petals Cards

As I mentioned the other day, my bff Sabrina and I went to a Painted Petals class at Archiver's. Here are the cards I made:





It was lots of fun and we both got all the stamps that we used so we can now play with them at home! I learned some new techniques and I really am looking forward to playing with these stamps and some others using these techniques.

Downline meeting is this Saturday and so I will have a swap card and a make and take project to share with you soon. I have ordered some new toys from SU and Mr. Brown is scheduled to deliver them this afternoon! Can't wait!

Thanks for visiting!

~chris

Design Team Coordinator:
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If you have any questions about techniques or materials used in the work displayed on this blog, feel free to use the email link on the left and I will gladly answer your questions.

8 comments:

Myrna said...

Chris
I especially like your first card even though the others are really pretty too.
Myrna

Jill said...

Oooh Chris they are gorgeous cards! You ought to write a tutorial so that we can all make them! I love Archivers, wish we had something like them here. Jill x

Diane said...

Those are absolutely gorgeous!
Beautiful colors and stunning work!
Can't wait to see what Mr. Brown is bringing you! I got my order on wed and didn't get to play much.
Hopefully this weekend!

Have a great one Chris!

Juanita said...

Sigh, so pretty. And, new stamps to play with!

The Rubber Maid said...

Hi Chris,Since I am a freak for humming birds I just love card # 1 but they are all just perfect. Pat

Not cold here at all as yesterday our temp was 65 and today in the high 50's.

mochamama said...

These are beautiful Chris!!

Allison said...

Wow...that's a technique I would like to learn! Love those stamp choices...sigh!

Curt in Carmel said...

I just got these too and posted one of my cards this past week! You did a beautiful job with them. I'm going to try the second technique this week! Hope you are well! Best, Curt

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