Tuesday, April 13, 2010

What do these have in common?

Hello there!

I am soo happy and I am dying to let you know why. I am just not sure how it works and I promise I will let you know as soon as I am sure but I rather wait and see what happens before I tell you.

In a different note..tell me, what do these cards have in common?! Yes, you got it! it is the colors and o course the paper. I have come up with another way to use the same piece of paper to create several cards.

This one you'll notice is not very straight but I liked the idea. I used Cosmo Cricket 6x6 paper a tons of bit of paper I carried with me all the way from America. I also used Hero Art stamps, versamark and embossing powder of course.
Of all these cards I think this one was the funnest to create. Lots of itsy bits to do with a great result ( in my opinion anyway) I should be more humble and let you be the judges!
Again, tons of bits of paper, staping, embossing, sutting gluing... sigh, fun, fun, fun.

Last but not least, butterflies! I heard they are very IN these days I don't have many to different kinds of butterflies so you will be seeing these several times for a while.
Well, I am truly can't wait to let you know but I promise as soon as it happens I will come and blog about it!
Many hugs and thank you for passing by and read!


-Susan- said...

Karla, your cards are amazing! I have been following your blog for a while and I had to tell you that I think you are so creative! Thanks for sharing your talent with us all!

elina said...

I just bumped into your blog and I am wowed by your card making! bravo!

magnholia said...

discovered you at inspirational. I like your colors and shapes. keep up, this works!

Li'l Pidge said...

Just discovered you via Inspiration blog and am loving the ways you use up all the small leftover pieces that we all end up with. Great work.

Emmy said...

Karla, I, too, found your blog through Inspirational. Your cards are wonderful! Love your style!

Michelle said...

Hi Karla
Saw your work on inspirational and love the clean simple lines of your wonderful creations and the simple, beautiful sentiments you use. Will be looking out for your posts.
x Michelle