Thursday, April 11, 2013

Paper Strips - Cards for Teacher/Hero/Father's Day

   If you have followed me for a long while, then you know I really enjoy creating a card from scraps.

  I decided to take my scraps of three patterns of Authentique papers and create as many cards as I could.  My sentiment is from "Freedom Rocks" stamp set and I used my i-rock tool and glam rocks on my scrap ribbon.  I like this sentiment for teacher cards, Father's day cards, and OWH cards.

  My go-to sketches are usually:

  • top-bottom-something across the middle
  • 1 1/4" squares for a quilt card
  • paper strips on the diagonal


but then I went vertical with shorter strips (and I also used Spellbinders Nestabilities dies):
 and embossed longer strips (inspired by Nancy Riley):
Supplies (links to sale items at Shop Pumpkin Spice store embedded):
paper:  Authentique "Journey"; SU early espresso
Imaginisce:  i-rock tool and glam rocks
stamp sentiment: My Pink Stamper "Freedom Rocks"; SU "Well Scripted"
dies:  Spellbinders Nestabilities
embossing folder:  SU Square Lattice

Happy Thursday!

11 comments:

~amy~ said...

These are awesome...scraps and masculine cards...winners.

Adriana B said...

wonderful masculine cards :)

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are soooooooooo beautiful! LOVING the colors!!!!

snappy scrappy said...

Gorgeous cards!!

Danni said...

These are all awesome!

Missy said...

Oh I so wanted to see what the papers in this stack looked like in "real life"---so, so elegant!! Love how you did the sentiments, too!!

Sherrie K. said...

Awesome cards June! Wow, the papers are so beautiful! Great texture and fun sentiments!
Sherrie K

Linda R said...

Just look at that gorgeous paper. they sure do make for some pretty cards my friend.

Hugs~

Leslie Hanna said...

Well played! What a great way to use the strips. I need to break out of my banner rut.

Linda B said...

Wow, three gorgeous cards... the first on the diagonal reminds my of a man's tie... just perfect!!!

Melissa Shea said...

so cool, love the design and how you can use those scraps!