Friday, March 26, 2010

hey & hello

Meet hey....

Meet hello....

These cards were an idea that just came to me one night and I was anxious to see how it would work out.

I printed some digital stamps ... the entire page... onto some white Staples card stock (because it will actually run through my printer) and made two cards out of the whole sheet.

These are actually the same half from 2 different sheets of the printed stamps. I will post the other 2 cards (the other half of the sheets) at a later date. They are not my favs so I haven't been a hurry to take their pictures either! :)

I am actually happy with how they turned out. They are different from what I usually make (I think)! They have printed flowers on the front and back of the card AND they were super fast to make!

Anyway.....

Hope you all have had a fab Friday!

Michael, Carver, and I went to Pump It Up this morning and after about an hour of playing dodge ball with Michael (while there were no kids around other than Carver of course)... I am sore! :) We had a good time and stopped by Chick- fil - A for lunch! Yum!

Peace and Love!

I will start catching up with you all ... hopefully tomorrow! :)

Supplies: hey and hello
Stamps - Heart Flowers (The Cutting Cafe), Polka Dot Basics II (Papertrey)
Paper - White (Staples)
Ink - Hawaiian Shores (Papertrey), Lovely Lilac (SU)
Other - Orange Zest Button and Hawaiian Shores Button (Papertrey), Thickers (American Crafts), White Signo gel pen

15 comments:

Janelle said...

Oh, Kelley. These are cute and clever. Love the black outline images with the big splashes of color in the background stamps and letters. Cute, cute, cute. Our school's Spring Festival is this morning -- and it's about 30 degrees here. Brrrr. Hopefully it will get a little closer to maybe 50 (!) by the time we start. Still Brrrr. Oh, well. Then stamp club this afternoon. Busy day. Gotta go!

Karen B. said...

Fun cards, you've got a really amazing graphic look going on here with the colors and images.

Mary Dawn said...

i really like these, i love the simplicity of the line image and the pops of color...you're so good at POPS of color

Jeanne said...

These are awesome! Great idea to print them on a full sheet. The pop of color is amazing.

Sounds like you had some wonderful family time and also got some great exercise to boot!

Have a great weekend!

Sara Jones said...

Found your blog the other day and really love your style!

Simple but perfect! Really love these... giving me good ideas for layering... Hmmmmm...

Alanna said...

These are perfect Kelley. What a great idea to print them out like that.

Have a great Saturday.

Lea L. said...

These are fabulous Kelley! I love the stamped dots on both of them!!

♥♥♥Lea

Elise said...

Okay, girly-girl! Aside from these GORGEOUS cards and tales from your adorable cute life... What is Chick-a-fil-a? I don't even know what it is, but I want some! hee hee {that's not soooo unusual for me.... Even the site of a well-made card makes me hungry now and then!} Lovely work! I just made my first DIGITALLY enhanced card, so I'm in awe of thses!

LeAnne said...

Very, very cute, I love them both but I like the first one the best!! I started saying "hey" to people after watching the movie "To Kill A Mockingbird"...."hey, Boo".....I love that movie! So I guess it must be a southern thing, right? Anyway, sweet little cards, toots!

Courtney Baker said...

Oh I do love these! What a brilliant idea!

Sarah Craig said...

Great cards!! What a wonderful idea, and I love love love the color on them! Where do you find digital stamps?

PS I can show you about the blog backgrounds now that my daughter has shown me!

Winter said...

Cute cards and what a great I idea! :)

Vanessa said...

Love your cards! Super idea!!

Stephanie said...

these are super fun! what a idea...love how you could change the polka colors & location to make a fab set :)

Chris and Paige Evans said...

Oooh these are Cute with a capital "C"!