So here is card # 1. at first i was thinking she was too plain, but then after coloring here i think she is perfect! She doesnt have a theme, so she can be used for whatever you want. I am going to design some accessory stamps to go with her so she can be a complete set, kinda like hanna stamps. So i colored her in one of my fav color combinations pink and green! PS dont you love her jeans! one great thing I can say I learned in design school he hee he.
Here is card #2...and yes I did add the second arm to her after getting feedback on her from members of the cricut message board. But I forgot to print out the updated one, but I think she's still beautiful!
And I decided to try my hand at covering composition books for teh 1st time ever. A $.50 notbook went from ugly to beautiful with just a little paper glue and ribbon! I still have to spend time decorating and embelishing, but the basic covers are done.
This was the first I made light and colorful pastels spots with a 2 tone green stripe spine.
2 tone green stripe paper also used to line both inside covers.
Ok this one was the second and I decided to use some DCWV glitter cardstock....not a good idea! lol it turned out beautiful dont get me wrong, but because of the glitter patterns, folding around the edges, well there are some tiny tears where the glitter decided it didnt want to fold with the paper. no worries though its beautiful and was a learning experience.
The inside wa sjust lined with plain pink cardstock.
And last but not leastt is notbook # 3 I used a stack I got at target, with a brown and pink paper for the spine and and pink and brown printed paper for the covers.
and the inside was just lined with brown.