Guest Designer Avis Anderson and A Card a Day in the Month of May

Sunday, May 22, 2011



Happy May 23rd to you and yours! The Angel Company bloghop for the month of May continues. I am most happy to be the GUEST DESIGNER for today.

Monday-sketch-61
The faux scallop border was made by punching four circles, cutting them in half and butting them up against the 5 1/2" strip. Adhere to back with scotch tape. It's a great way to use your left over scraps so I hope this trick comes in handy for you. If you punch holes in the scalloped border, do it before adhering panel to card front. CLICK on any card to view an enlarged version.Card1
ALL listed supplies available through TAC via your local Angel: Caboodles Set B (cardstock & Copic markers), Flowers Impressabilities Die, 3/4" circle punch, 2 1/2" circle punch, Lil' Cuties (special edition) stamp set, scissors, adhesive

Aren't you totally amazed at how very different our cards look when we all use the same sketch to begin with? My second card uses cardstock from our Emma Collection. I have changed the orientation of my card from landscape to portrait. The only other liberty that I took with the sketch was to add a thin scrap of patterned cardstock on top of the green strip.

Card2
ALL listed supplies available through TAC via your local Angel: Caboodles Set C (cardstock & Copic markers), pattern cardstock from the Emma Collection, kraft cardstock, 3/4" circle punch, 2 1/2" circle punch, Rolling By stamp set, scissors, hole punch, adhesive, Tuxedo Black Memento inkpad, Desert Sand Memento inkpad, hydra sponge

I hope you will use today's sketch to make a card and link it to today's post. We'd enjoy seeing what you come up with!

Click here to visit me at my blog!

Rubber Hugs, Avis Anderson
Angel #0056 - Kansas









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7 comments

  1. Fabulous Avis - LOVE both cards!

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  2. Goodness, these are both so sweet! Love that you showed two different takes on the sketch. :)

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  3. Wonderful cards Avis! I love the one with the Roller Girl! I need that set :)

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  4. Christine PenningtonMay 23, 2011 at 1:16 PM

    Wonderful cards Avis!

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  5. Great card. Such a cute little roller girl. I've gotta ink mine up!!!
    Kerry

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  6. Avis I love how your cards turned out! I especially like how you turned the sketch and made it tall instead of long! SpecTACular!

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