July 5, 2011

A Double Party!

Party Time Tuesday is ready for another challenge! The theme is this week is square cards. This will be such a fun month: we have Paper Pretties and The Robin's Nest as our sponsors for the entire month of July! And this week Flower Soft is sponsoring us again!

The DT received a huge pack of papers and embellishments from The Robin's Nest and I used the Glitter Pink on Gold Daisies paper for the card below, along with one of the beautiful Charlie's Ark Sepia - Hearts & Flowers - card topper I received from Flower Soft. I gave this card to Dada for our 8th wedding anniversary last week.
The cardstock base and rose ribbon are by American Crafts. I decorated the image on the card topper with a Sakura Aqualip gel pen, Diamond Stickles, Glossy Accents and a SRM sticker sentiment. The topper was popped up with foam adhesive (3M) and the ribbon was glued with Mod Podge Glitter.

For my next card (I did say it was a double Party!) I used the Tommy digi by Paper Pretties and the Glitter Seashore paper and Water logged rub on by The Robin's Nest:

I colored the image with Bic and Zig markers Sakura gel pens, then I added some Glossy Accents on the nose. The image was popped up with Sticky Thumb foam. The floss is by WRMK. And here is the inside of the card, where I used more Water logged rub ons and the journaling card from its packaging:
I have to say I loved the rub-ons -- they were the easiest to transfer, ever!

I hope you can join the Party this week!

Thanks for stopping by!


ScrappingMomOf3 said...

Absolutely gorgeous work!

Paige said...

Your card topper card is so beautiful!
Love the scenes you created inside and out on your second one!

Nancy said...

I just adore the sparkles on the heart!! Beautiful job on both of the cards, especially the inside!!

Danie May said...

Patchi you have created two wonderful cards this week. I love how you incorporated the paper to make the cute scene for Tommy by the sea. Your first card is very elegant with the sparkle of the heart and beautiful roses framing the topper. Wonderful job!