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Monday, October 9, 2017


Hey there!  How is everyone today?  I have been so busy coloring and making cards that I never seem too have time to blog them these days.  So I thought I would try to get caught up and get some posts written and ready to share!

Today I am showing you a few Some Odd Girl projects I made.  The first was a birthday card for my best friend featuring Girlfriends Kaylee & Mae.  They are colored with Copics and cut using the oval from the Stitched Elements die set from La-La Land Crafts.  All the other dies used are also from LLLC (Stitched Brackets, Filigree Crown, Skyline Border, Social Media Elements, Fabulous, Fancy Doily Border, and Scalloped Banner).  For embellishments I added a few pearls and some flowers. 


Next is a card I made for my coworker friend who was leaving to go to the dealership next door (same company, just different building).  She is super sweet and would bake for us a couple times EVERY week so I thought Gingerbread Kaylee  was perfect!  Kaylee is colored with Copics.  Again I've used dies from my La-La Land Crafts collection (Filigree Border, Filigree Hearts, Filigree Elements Border, String of Hearts Border, Stitched Elements, Rolling Pin and Whisk, and Double Stitched Squares).  I added enamel dots and flowers as my finishing touches.  The sentiment if from My Favorite Things Stamps. 

My last card was for my son's first day of 3rd grade this year.  Every year since Kindergarten I have made him a card for the first day of school.  This year I selected Bookbag Tobie.  He is also colored with Copics.  More LLLC dies grace this card (Book Brackets, Lattice Doily Border, Steampunk Border, Steampunk Corner, Gears Heart, and Stitched Elements).  The Stitched Square is from My Favorite Things Stamps and READ is one of the dies in SugarPea Designs Brainy Bookmarks set.  The sticker is from my stash.  I bought a set in 2014 that contained grades K-6 and I am working my through them!  The pen nib is by Tim Holtz.


Thanks for stopping by and having a look!


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