i'm currently working on getting lots of post ready for a little blog marathon. you thought i was kidding, eh? totatlly not.
there's just too many thoughts are swirling in my noggin and they need to come out. things that nobody else may even care about but things i just don't want to forget. :)
in the meantime, i thought i'd share a couple cards sporting some a combination of some of my favorite Little Yellow Bicycle collections along with a few sticker sentiments from SRM Stickers. :)
this first card has a little Fresh Print Clothesline mixed with some Elizabeth Park and an epoxy heart from Sweet Love, along with the Love - Sticker Sentiments sheet.
super easy. i just grabbed a light blue card base and the rest was just peel and stick.
yeppers! everything on the card was a sticker---except the finishing accents (i.e. floss, button, pearls)
my favorite part of the whole card was digging into my ignored basket of magic mesh and covering the background of the card with it to create the light blue tone-on-tone texture.
here's a closer look at the finishing accents. they consist of white scrapper's floss (Karen Foster Design), a charmingly textured white button (Bazzill), and some self-adhesive pearls to accent the body of the butterflies---wait, those were stickers too. hee.
look at the SRM sentiment sticker. i looove their stickers because they just melt right into your paper and look more like a rub-on than a sticker.
this card is another happy combination of Fresh Print Clothesline and Elizabeth Park with a sticker from the Thanks - We've Got Your Sticker sheet.
it's another card that was nothing but stickers.....just peel and stick. (and i'm hearing in my head when i type that.....bend and snap, just bend and snap. LOL. bonus points if you can name that movie)
the little honeycomb flowers were cut from adhesive-backed magic mesh. :)
who wants some magic mesh to play with? i have some extra that i want to share. just leave your name in the comments and i'll randomly pick a winner.