Thursday, July 1, 2010

One last Clear Dollar Post

Hey everyone! I know that its the 1st and all the new releases are available at Clear Dollar Stamps, but I have just a couple more things to share with you. Lori started offering card kits last month and this month she continues with several kit options for you. Click --->HERE<--- to see all the wonderful details.


The first one is a thank you themed kit that is available in a few options and one of the options includes the stamp called Daisy Flower Tag. This is a cute stamp and it is available on its own as well as with the pre-cut cardstock, card bases, and envelopes.

I created a couple of samples with this tag set. I also used a FREE background download that you can find --->HERE<--- (keep on scrolling)


Recipe
Stamps/Images: Daisy Flower Tag Cardstock/Paper: Cottonball white (CDS), Black (CTMH) Ink/Markers: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copics: R29, 100 Accents/Tools: Fiskars Apron Lace punch, Strawberry Jam Ribbon (CDS), circle nesties (Spellbinders) Techniques/Templates: Free download digital circle background (CDS)

And of course you can't have too many tags on hand. These are great to just attach to a gift bag with matching ribbon or you can use them to adorn a card front too.

Recipe
Stamps/Images: Daisy Flower Tag Cardstock/Paper: Cottonball white, Tangelo Smoothie, Still Waters, Lime Juice (CDS) Ink/Markers: CTMH Accents/Tools: Basic Grey Buttons, twine, Bee Pollen Ribbon and Still Waters Ribbon (CDS), Pinking Circles Nesties (Spellbinders), Plain circles nesties

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And this last kit is the first of the Clearly Simple Kits. This particular features beautiful Green at Heart (Basic grey) paper, all sorts of matching embellishments, and Clearly Coordinating Cardstock. You've got to check out all the things you get in this kit.

I was able to create NINE 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" cards, SIX 3"x3" note cards, and TWO 5"x5". I used up essentially all the Basic Grey paper with just a few scraps left over, but if you look closely, I displayed all the left over embellishments in the photo. Not bad?


Here are the cards individually.














Thanks for stopping by and I'd like to wish everyone a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend. We are off on a family visit along with a little mini trip for the hubby and me.

8 comments:

thefrugalcrafter said...

those cards are just beautiful!

cindy said...

WOW! Lovely cards.

Sue from Oregon said...

You have been one busy stamper girl! Fun creations..have a great get-a-way too!

Joan Ervin said...

Mercy sakes, Katie....you have been a stampin machine!!! What gorgeous cards and to think you got them all from one kit...WOW!!!

Lauren said...

Ohmiwerd! You have been one busy bee. Fabulous cards Katie.

Julia Aston said...

Wow - what a great load of inspiration here! they are all so pretty!

Cheryl said...

Beautiful work! You are one busy crafter!

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Emily S said...

That is awesome, that's like a million cards, i so need to make some :)

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