Hello Hello! Back again with more Release #15 projects! I'm still tripping out that we are gonna be 2 years old already. I remember all the excitement of getting our first images printed and now we have __!! Hmmmm..... how many do we have? I wonder if anyone knows out there. If you think you know how many images Sister Stamps has released (including these Release #15 images), send me an email at email@example.com. I will give away a prize to the first person who gets it right! Only one entry per person. Please don't cheat and send emails from several accounts. Let's all play fair! Thank you!
Soooo, did you check out our guest designer yesterday? It's none other than Karen! Karen or (K.I.) as I call her, is a dear friend. We used to work together a long time ago, but still keep in touch. We were also in the FCE club together where our club would do a lot of service projects (sometimes craft related) for the community. She will probably tell you that I totally got her into stamping, which is true. And now she's and avid card maker. Thanks KI for helping us with this release!
Keeping with the birthday theme, I decided to make another birthday card.. I can always use birthday cards! And yes, I'm using that Vintage Bliss line again from Simple Stories. Yes, I'm in love....
So here we have a cris cross card. (Why do I fell like Jump! Jump!ing...) This card is very easy to make- honest! I found the tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers a long time ago by Beate. Lately I've been seeing some awesome cards using this method, so I thought I'd revisit an old favorite again.
I decided to give Doogie a patch around her eye this time. My daughter actually did that when making a card for her cousin. I liked that idea, so now I'm CASE'ing my daughter!!! How you like them apples? She's totally inspiring me now!
And here's a shot of the inside. You can write a message on the card insert.
Oh, and wanted to point out the present on the Island Scrapbooking sentiment... That present is part of the Otsu set. I told you in the Otsu introductory post that if you bought Otsu, you would also get the ball of yarn and a present... we'll now you can see what the present looks like.
Thanks for stopping by today! Don't forget to check out everyone's projects! I can't wait to see them myself!
And don't forget to email me if you think you know how many images we have (including this one). Good Luck!