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Thursday, August 19, 2010

2 Lindsay projects today!! WOOHOO!!!

It's Lindsay's day again!!  I did 2 projects for today but....before I show you I need to tell you that Lindsay is having a 40% off sale in her mygrafico store.   It will run until midnight.  Now on to my first project......  I really started this one for last week and changed my mind mid-stream and did the note cards.  Us crafters are like that..lol.  This uses her free vintage image that you can find on her blog here .....Post-It Note Holders........

There really wasn't anything to them...printed it in 6 different colors and just added the flowers and bows.  I love this image and it's free.   :)

Here is my 2nd project:
This card uses one of the images from her "Steampunk" Set.  This really is an awesome set and a great one for guy stuff.  I saw this sketch over at the Stamp TV blog and loved it.  I started with brown CS.  The BG paper is a page from a book in latin.  I crumpled it..inked it with linen distress ink..crumpled it again and inked it with a darker distress ink.  (Both by Tim Holtz)  I then used another piece of brown CS and a piece of tan CS inked with the darker distress ink and cut it out with a labels one nestie.  I then cut the image out with a smaller labels one nestie and layered it on the brown CS.  I used my paper crimper to make the ribbon out of a piece of scrap.  The sentiment stamps were from a set I got on clearance at Michael's a few years ago. I do not not remember the name.  I can probably find the package if you want to know.
This set is so awesome!  I want to use all the images at some point.  You can find it at mygrafico  here.  And if you want it you can get it for 40% off until midnight.   

Be sure and check out all of the Design Team blogs.  They have some wonderful inspiration for you.    And don't forget to see what Lindsay has today for her freebie.  She also has a tutorial for you on photocopy transfers.

***  Lindsay Weirich (Owner and Stamp Designer)  ***
*  Cheryl Gorka DT Coordinator  *  Shannon Neparko  *  Margie Visnick  *Lisa Jurecek  *  Tracey Allen  *  Melissa Craig  *    Leanne Garner  *  Tamara Bennett  *  Cindi Hooks  *  Micki Harper  *  Karin Martin  *  Jennifer Bliss  *   Rhonda Walker (that's me)  *  Diane Bove  *  Tracy Vinson

Craftalicious  -  Vintage  (both projects)
Ellaphantastic  -  Shabby Chic  (both projects)
Simon Says  -  Make A Gift  (post-it holders)

Thanks so much for stopping by,


Cheryl said...

Wow! I love the notecards. They are so feminine and pretty. The masculine card is great. I love the bg papers.

Cindi said...

love the post it note holders!! super manly card too..you have been a busy crafter!

Mrs. Fence said...

Love both projects! The first is so pretty and feminine, the second, very masculine. I must get that steampunk set!!! You have inspired me, for sure!

Margie said...

I love all of your projects, and I need to mske some notecards like that! Too cute!

Shannon - Desert Designs said...

Your post-it covers are fabulous - they'd make awesome teacher gifts!!! And I love the card - perfect!

Micki said...

lol, yup I'm definitely like that too, changing my mind like that. I love those. Although love that steampunk card. Awesome card.


Melissa Craig said...

Wonderful projects. I love the covered sticky notes - those are great party favors. And the Steampunk card is amazing!

ljurecek said...

Goodness gracious! Those post-it holders are darling! I love being able to see that image in all those different colors! Your steampunk card is also quite fabulous. You've been busy!!

Dawn said...

Rhonda, I love the notelets especially but the vintage look is also special. Lovely work

1CardCreator said...

Love them both! The notecards are awesome, such a clever idea! And I love how you put it all together in the masculine card, looks awesome! Thanks for sharing. ~Diane

Lindsay Weirich said...

Both projects are great! you can never have too many notecards and I love how you colored the stamps!

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

Such pretty cards! I like the coordinating flowers on each!

Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!!


Jane Matsumoto said...

What fabulous projects! I love the distressed look and the crimped layer on the second card. Gorgeous images!! Thank you for joining us over at Ellephantastic!

Jo (Boots the Monkey) said...

Oh wow, these are just fantastic and I love the images you have used. Must hop over and go and have a look !

Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Challenge this week.


Jo and the Simon Says Challenge DT x

Shelly Schmidt said...

Love the notecard holders! And, too bad I did not find this post earlier- I love the Steampunk images- very cool! TFS

Tracey said...

Great projects Rhonda, I especially love the note cards (probably because they are pretty colours & girlie lol).

Hope you've had a great weekend & have a fab week!


Karin said...

Great projects! The note cards are inspired and I love masculine steampunk one too :)

Maria Matter said...

gorgeous creations Rhonda!!

love the pretty notecards, brilliant idea!

what a cool stamp set, great vintage images! Your card is so beautiful!!!

Shazza said...

love the note holder Rhonda, off to check out the free image :0)

Kathy said...

The post it holders are such a cute little giftie. Great idea. Boy that image would make terrific note cards (just like the ones you did last week), too. Wonderful manly card, too.

Vanja said...

Wow, these are just beautiful!
Thank you for joining the Ellephantastic challenge. :)

Hugs, Vanja

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