Friday, March 26, 2010

A slight change of pace


Happy Friday everyone!
Boy am I ready for a day off... thank goodness it is finally here! :)
I've been so busy that I didn't even have time to make a card to share today... shocking I know! Luckily I have these from a card class I taught this week but there isn't a stamp in sight on any of these cards! Even bigger shocker, LOL! ;)
I was actually featuring the Making Memories Slice personal die-cut machine so that's where all the sentiments and shapes came from. I guess this proves that I do occasionally leave the stamps and Copics on the shelf, heeheehee. And even though I'm by no means giving up on stamping, this was a nice reminder to maybe incorporate some of these other tools that I have and love into my regular cards a bit more.
If you come back tomorrow I'll have a fun and SUPER CUTE TGF sneak peek to share with you all... ooooh I can't wait!
See ya then! :)



Supply list:
cardstock- Bazzill
paper- Making Memories (Flower Patch)
Slice die-cut machine
Colorbox creamy brown chalk ink
Studio G chalks
Prima flowers
buttons
Martha Stewart butterfly border punch
Fiskars scallop border punch
ribbon
Kaiser Craft pearls and gems




27 comments:

itsabrt said...

Amy these cards are fantastic from your card class last week and yes they do allow one to think beyond the stamp. Enjoy your day off! Beth

Marley said...

Amy I'm a huge fan of you!! I love all your creations, you use beautifull colours!! It would be a dream come true to recieve a card from you, maybe you would like to play with my birthday candy, cause like I said; it would be a dream come true to recieve one from you!! xxx marley

Tasha said...

Amy these cards are gorgeous! Love the colours and such call use of diecutting! I must confess i under use my diecutting machines because i get caught up in stamps!
love tasha xx

~Rach said...

Those are just beautiful! I know what you mean about using other things, I just never get around to it :0) Beautiful cards, love the colors and papers

Leyla said...

amazing cards!!!!!!

Marlene said...

These are all fantastic! My favorite is the top one!

chris said...

brilliant cards you have been so busy.

Tonje said...

So nice and light... love the spring colours!

the whimsical butterfly said...

LOVE the 'scrappy' looking cards! GORGEOUS spring colors!

Claireabelle said...

Gorgeous cards Amy, I love the easter one!!
xx

Berenice said...

So beautiful cards!! TFS :)

HazelQ said...

Beautiful card Amy, I love the colors and the butterflies look gorgeous.
Hugs
Hazel

Maria Therese said...

I really get a spring feeling wit these cards :)
Love the buttons as center of the flowers

Lisa G. said...

Soooo pretty!! xo

donna mikasa said...

Wow.....Amazing cards, Amy! And not a stamp or Copic in sight!? Love them all! Love the MM papers....

RiNNE said...

Gorgeous creations, Amy! Love the change today --no stamps :). Too bad I don't live closer! Would love to take your class! Have a great day off and can't wait for the sneak peek tomorrow!

1LuvnMama said...

Miss your cute images and coloring, but this is simply wonderful Amy! You always inspire . . . it's like when ever you touch a piece of paper or an image, the magic happens! Luv it!

Danni said...

These are wonderful!!

Jen Shults said...

Oh Amy these are just wonderful. I'm always at a loss for using my Slice for cards but this is GREAT inspiration. I may have to borrow a few of these ideas... they are just wonderful!

Aussie Loz said...

These are all so pretty. Love the soft colours and the swirls.

Lynne in NI said...

Oh, they're all so pretty!

sweet craf-tea chick said...

love all of your cards, amy!! such pretty soft colors and you know i'm loving the paper flowers :)!! have a wonderful friday and weekend :)!

Alice Wertz said...

oh! super yummy cards! LOVE those spring colors and your designs are fab!! love them all!!

Juls said...

wow all of these are gorgeous!! Love the soft colours! Hugs Juls

aussiescrapper said...

What truly gorgeous cards, and wow no stamping, you are so talented and the slice did a great job with the gorgeous shapes and lettering.

GobeaGirl said...

Hi Amy, I am playing catch up today with all of my blog comments and it just occured to me that I had not told you how much I love these cards. I didn't realize that you had the slice. I am a Cricut girl myself and I taught classes last year before our sc store closed. Boy did I love sharing that with people. I bet everyone in your classes just love them. These cards are amazing my friend. They may not have a stamp or copic on them, but they are all wonderful! Lisa

Crafty Jenn said...

Still looks pretty darn great without stamps! I didn't know you taught classes too. Busy little beaver! I'm sure your class was a HUGE success with these adorable cards!

<3 Jenn