Tuesday, January 29, 2013

It's a Twisted Tuesday Free For All!

Hi Everyone!

It's time for another Twisted Tuesday Challenge.

This challenge is super easy!
It's the 5th Tuesday of the month and that means it's a Free For All Challenge!
Anything Goes.

I decided to share with you the cards I made from the Webster Pages, Parkdrive kit I played with over the weekend. Visit the Scrapbooking with ME Boutique on Facebook for more details about the kit (You can find the group by clicking the badge in my right sidebar). I posted this past Saturday, a mini album I made with the kit. I have so much left over I was able to make some cards. I still have 8 full pieces of card stock and lots of card stock stickers left over. That kit is huge!

This first one is really simple (well, goodness, all of these are super simple). I inked around the edges of all the pieces. punched out a piece with my SU! flower punch. Then used some circle punches for the middle. The sentiment comes from the SU! set ~ Petite Pairs
I love panel cards. I made this one with 3 different pieces of card stock from the kit. I punched some very vanilla card stock with my circle punch and lined them up. I used another SU! punch to go along with the sentiment from the Delightful Dozen set. Then added some chocolate pearls to finish it off.
I went a little wacky with this one. I pierced some holes on the edge then strung some thread through the last hole and tied a bow. I used my scallop edge punch and large scallop circle punch (both from SU!). Then added 2 sentiments from the CTMH set ~ Card Chatter - Sympathy.
This one I am so pleased with. I did very little to this card. I cut a piece of the card stock from the kit to be my focal point and added it to the card on pop dots. The sentiment is from the same CTMH set as above. I then punched a hole in the card with my crop a dile. Then, strung thread through a few times and tied a bow.

Most all the edges of the cards are inked with Tim Holtz vintage linen distress ink.
All the sentiments are inked with Chocolate Chip ink from SU!
I used my sanding block on the 3rd card to get the rough effect on the grey card stock.

Thank you so much for stopping by my little blog.

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Until next time...



:: BlueInks :: said...

Great cards and ideas, Melina. All of them turned out really pretty. Thanks, for sharing.

Laura said...

These cards are all beautiful, Melina! The papers are so pretty, you really didn't need to add much more! Perfectly done!

Zella said...

All your cards turned out lovely!