It started innocently enough...with the Caardvarks challenge for this week which was a sketch. Then I decided I liked the paper and wanted to make another card. And then I made another and another. Eleven cards later I was out of patterned paper. It is so much fun to take a piece of 12 x 12 paper and make cards until there is no more paper. (My best was 25 cards from one sheet; see this post and this post. It was one of my paper challenge's.) My goal is to keep moving, and not get stuck on thinking if I like a card or not. Simple is also key.
Let me know which you like best!
Common Supplies for the cards: Cardstock: White Wausau paper, Really Rust Stampin Up, Kraft Stampin Up; Patterned Paper: Umm...no idea It was from a pack of clearance paper from Michaels, Ink: Really Rust Stampin Up
The one that started it all...The Caardvarks Sketch. Stamp: Kolette Hall, Ribbon (May Arts)
Card #3: Thank you very much (Rub on by American Crafts), Ribbon (Daisy D's)
Card #4: Thinking of you (Stamp by Hero Arts), Ribbon (May Arts)
Card #7: Road to Friend's House (Amuse), Ribbon (Amuse)
Card #8: Just Saying Hello (Hero Arts), Image (Big Lots), Brads (Making Memories)