Cards from the long weekend

This was done for a featured stamper challenge where you case a card from her gallery (Studbo) this is a PIF image and is 5X7 in real life.
another PIF image, sentiments from Eureka! stamps. background is Linen stamped with vintage sepia on hammermill 110. this one's a-2 in size.
Linen background stamped on hammermill 110 and soft sky cardstocks with vintage sepia ink. the birdy and sentiment are from The Angel Co. this one's 6 inches square in real life, ribbons Martha Stewart.
This is an PIF hedgie from AJITZI and the sentiments from A Muse, the ribbons May Arts. its 4 1/2 X6 in real life.
Your seeing a trend right? wanted to make a lot of cards in a short amount of time and got circles delivered in the mail lol... this frog ( I think of him as abaracadabara froggy) is also an PIF image and the sentiments from the dollar bin at M's (last year)
these are both from wish rak the image and sentiment. its headed to OCC so, its also signed inside.
Now this was put together for a Christmas card for a spouse challenge. Its 5X7 in real life. the sentiment tag is up on popdots. Stampa Rosa Silent mice from the house mouse line and the sentiments from Stampin' Up (All Holidays set)
nearly the same card, used a half sheet of pumpkin pie to randomly stamp the leaves on so there was enough for two small cards. the yellow satin ribbon came to me tied around rak images.
This was done for a "love" challenge, it is a rak image "feeling rosy" I recently won one of these (really cheap) and so i felt OK about coloring the 4 images i had left in the box lol...
simple card, its harder then it looks to sew in circles and ovals though.
same card different colors
and again
Im pretty sure this one was an PIF image too, but it has glitter on it so may end up in my own stash.
Jan sent me these images in that gorgeous tin and i sent this away late but, it should have arrived where it was going by now... (so maybe safe to post)
sentiments from Victorine Originals.
and its 5X7 also. tfl


Ethel Amutan said...

You have been blessed with a lot of terrific friends who love to share their stamps with you. I think the House Mouse cards are just darling! You have the talent to turn any image into a beautiful work of art!

Sandy said...

Lovely cards as always, Stacy...I love coming to your blog for inspiration! You do fantastic things with all your images---and you know I'm a fan of your HM cards!


Thanh said...

I dunno how you find the time lady! All great cards.

~amy~ said...

WOW!! You were busy! I LOVE the housework one...that cracked me up!

Penny said...

Love all of them but the house mouse ones are just super-cute! I love the flag card too, nice with just the flag coloured in.

Linda M. said...

You were definitely busy, Stacy.

I love all of the different styles and looks of the cards.

You INSPIRE us all!!!

Stampin' Meg said...

oh my word- you have been busy! These cards are great, Stacy.

Leigh Anne said...

WOW lotta great cards right there - just have to comment - heeheeheee abracababra froggie! lol nice job with him! my ds says "Look deep into my eyes" everytime he sees him LOL

Jennifer said...

Oh my gosh! What a lot of beautiful cards! Each and every one of them. Viewing your blog entries is such a joy!

Deborah March said...
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Deborah March said...

Oh my Stacy, I have SO enjoyed catching up on your blog today. "I've-said-it-before-and-I'll-say-it-again," you do the most AMAZING cards with these House Mouse images!Could you please let me know who makes the Peace Love and Joy stamp? Ta! (previous post deleted just because there were too many typos, even for me!)