I finally have time to photograph all the cards I’ve made recently and post the pics on here. There are 13 – I need to have about 40 done by the end of April for a couple of concerts I’m singing in. The cards are given to the various special guests and volunteers that we have help us out. Thirteen is a good start, but I’d better get going!

I’m completely addicted to the Earth Love line by Cosmo Cricket, which you’ll be able to tell by a lot of these cards! Also, finally invested in some Spellbinders dies and I found a nice pad of Bazzill Basics solids at Michaels not long ago in 8 x 8″ size so I’m working my way through that, too.

Here goes!

Used a screen by Tim Holtz on this one plus Pinecone Glimmermist.

Square scallop Spellbinder die plus some of that Earth Love paper, on a base of kraft paper.

LOVE this one. The butterfly has been coloured with Watercolour Wonder pencils.

Another one coloured with Watercolour wonders. The scalloped circle is also embossed. And the thanks! is wet embossed in white.

Small scalloped Spellbinder die plus a "thanks for everything" stamp from a great stamp set from Hampton. The leaf stamp is from the same set.

Used an embossing folder from Cuttlebug plus the large scalloped circle Spellbinder plus that omnipresent Earth Love paper! The base is a pair of large scalloped circles from SU stapled together at the to to form a card.

Really simple card - paper from Bazzill, stamps from that Hampton Arts set.

Another quick one - stamps from the same Hampton Arts set with the flower embossed in silver. Love the music paper - can't remember who it's by...

Two stamps by Hero Arts - a background script in dark blue overlaid with the poppy background CLING stamp in light blue.

First of a pair of cards showcasing the mushrooms in the Earth Love line - here it's a chipboard accent.

And here it's paper - plus another stamp from the set by Hampton Arts. I'll look up what that set is called and put it below this post. It's really a great, versatile set.

The easel card was a project featured on Splitcoast a few weeks ago. So easy to make.

Another easel card. I've used a chipboard shape by RiffRaff for the treble clef. Also love the velvet ribbon.

And that’s it! Be prepared to eventually see the other 27 cards once I get them all done.

The stamp set by Hampton Arts is called – Celebrate and Thanks and it’s available at Michaels.