Tuesday, November 25, 2008

CPS 92, Part 2

More designs for this week's CPS!!

Thank you
Designer: Sherry Wright

Pink Paislee papers
Cavilinni & Co papers sticker
Queen & Company felt
Martha Stewart glitter
Aleene's® Original Tacky Glue®

* I added glue to the front of the felt and then sprinkled with glitter. ;)

Warm, Wooly Mittens
Designer Debbie Olson

Stamps:**Winter Signage, Polka Dots Backgrounder, Leaves Backgrounder, Scratched Grid Backgrounder (Cornish Heritage Farms); Itty Bitty MIttens (Lockhart Stamp Company)
Cardstock: Pure Poppy (PaperTRey Ink), Always Artichoke (Stampin' Up)
Ink: Versamagic (Tsukineko), Pure Poppy (PTI), Always Artichoke (SU), Antique Linen (Ranger)
Markers: Copic YG91, YG93, YG95, R24, R27, R29, R59, 0
Tools: Spellbinders Mestability Plain Classic Oval die; Fiskars Threading Water punch, Cropadile, paper piercing tool
Accessories: Aged Copper Mini Brads and Jumbo Eyelets (We R Memory Keepers)

Thanks a bunch
Designer: Charity Hassel
patterned paper, chipboard, sticker: Basic Grey
rubon and ribbon: American crafts.

I Love You
Designer Melissa Phillips
Supply list:
Bazzill cardstock
Cosmo Cricket paper and die cuts
Doodlebug glitter and gems
Stickles glitter glue
Chatterbox felt flower
Ranger distress ink
Ribbon from craft store


dannisdoodles said...

gorgeous cards as always!

I created one inspired by your sketch this week. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!!


Fink said...

I will really have to try this one!! I also love the sketch book, I have found it helps with my cards!

Michelle aka Otomon said...

Beautiful cards as ususal! Here's mine:

My Card

Anthea said...

My first attempt at the CPS sketches! Here's mine for #92:


shelly said...

wow! beautiful cards!

Zhanna said...

Such a great sketch and beathiful cards! My Happy New Year'card here - http://zhanylik.blogspot.com/2008/11/blog-post_27.html

Anabelle said...

I love how different each of the cards are this week. Absolutely gorgeous work, girls!! Hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Here's my take on the sketch: