Saturday, May 31, 2008

Flamingo Frenzy and Birthday Invitations!

I started to make these cards for my daughters "family" birthday party. Then I loved them so much, I didn't want to use them. {hahaha} I made seperate invitations for those!
I used Cypress cardstock from Michael's Craft store, "Flamingo Flair" rub-ons, sakura glaze pens, pop dots, colorbox flamino pink ink, patterned paper is old old old stuff I have had for some time, do not know the name or company. The inside is blank and the back is signed and numbered by me.
The colors of pink look adorable together and unfortunately the camera did not pick up the colors as well as I had hoped for!
These cards are 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches. They have matching envelopes. They were inspired by Kelliannie!

Here are Jayda's 10 year old birthday invitations I am passing to my family. Jayda loves a party and so I am making this simple family get together VERY special for her!
I used My Mind's Eye Bohemia "Bella "Pretty Little Girl" Mini Harlequin/Brown patterned paper, Basic bazzill lt blue paper, Staz On brown ink, Studio G series stamps, flora doodles by petaloo "Purple Passion", pop dots, sakura black glitter gelly roll pen.
These cards are 3" x 3". They are signed and numbered by me.

Here are some better shots of a fav flamingo card of mine! This card uses the Glitz flamingo line, sakura gel pens, ink, and studio g series stamps.


Elizabeth said...

Love love love all those cards! did you draw them or are they stamps??


Stacy said...

Busy girl. They are awesome. Thanks for sharing the size too!

Anonymous said...

Love these cards--they are so cute!!

Samantha said...

Wow - you've been a busy girl!! I love all your cards :) The dots are really cool!!

Whitney said...

Those flamingos are super cute. Kellianne should hire you!!!

Dee said...

awesome!!! of course, there was no doubt that we flamingo fans would love these . . . i might have to lift your lift :-)

saner4 said...

I love the flamingo on the beach cards! So fun and adorable. The teacher gifts are great too. I need to get busy on making some for my dd's teachers. Thanks for the inspiration.

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