Thursday, August 27, 2009

Willow Traders Blog Hop Inspiring Me

I am glad to join the Willow Traders Blog Hop again this weekend. It really inspires me to scrap and make things - even with school underway. Hope you enjoy my cards this weekend!
One thing I am struggling with is how best to photograph my cards. I am still working on it!
The above card uses the Martha Stewart craft punch. I got the idea from Renee Lamb's blog - http://reneelamb.wordpress.com/2009/08/21/martha-stewart-corner-loop-punch-tutorial/


16 comments:

Renee Lamb said...

ooh, your cards are sooooooo cute! i love the butterfly and the monster! You did AWESOME on the circle punch! What a gorgeous card! I think it just adds such a fun effect! Thanks for linking me to your card! I love it!

Char said...

I love the cards. I like the one with the alien the best! My boys would love that card.

Julie said...

wow rock on!!! great cards

Nathalie said...

Cute cards Jennifer! I love what you did with that loop punch!!!

Barb P said...

Your cards are really cute, Jennifer! Looking forward to seeing more of your work

Blessings, Janine said...

Fabulous cards!

LisaNRoxy said...

Cute cards! I love how you used teh MS punch in a circle! Great joB!!

Gina de Jong said...

holy cuteness - I am just loving those cards soooooo much!!!!!!!!!!!

jamie said...

don't you just love making cards? looks like you did.
the top card looks like some items from one of zany z's kit...that was a great kit. are you hoarding?
love the butterfly. the strips of color are used well.
i love to photo my projects with indirect light. sometimes i even go out and open up the garage and use a table as close to the outside sun as i can get. just makes for great natural light.

Patricia said...

Super cute Cards!

terri k said...

Very cute cards!

Jill said...

Those are so cute!

Heather said...

Great cards! I love the alien and the butterfly.

Diana said...

cute cards! Great job with that punch

lisaplus5 said...

your cards are ADORABLE!!!!

Lydia said...

Great cards I love the one with the twirly border, really pretty!