Saturday, March 15, 2008

With leftovers...and a Piercing challenge!




I made this card from leftovers of yesterday's card. I love that sentiment,I found that stamp at a dollar store for $2.00 Those little flowers are also from the dollar store,they are metal,I found them cute. Well this is the card of the day!


The priceless stamp set I used for the piercing challenge over at No Time To Stamp,Sharon and Julie from Out To Impress have been having these great challenges lately,go and check them out,they're lots of fun!!!


Did anyone see the Horton movie with Jim Carey? It's so cute,we went with our niece yesterday,we all enjoyed it!! Like he says "A Person is a Person,no matter how small"

Have a great Saturday my friends,Hugs,Diane

13 comments:

Lorie said...

What a pretty card! I want to see that movie!

My Paper World said...

Very pretty! LOVE your bargain stamp find and the cute flowers!
have a great weekend! xx

Crafty Connie said...

The cards are great. I love the metal flowers.

Alexandra said...

Wowzers Diane very pretty cards! Totally love that you made that one out of scraps, very cool! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Janine said...

Very nice!! ```

Nancy Grant said...

We don't have movie theaters up here. I'll have to wait for it to come out on DVD. Bummer!

What great cards with your leftovers!

:-)

Jeani said...

Love these cards, Diane. Especially the So Kind card . . . Have a great week! Can't wait to see what you create this week!!

Courtney Fowler said...

Oh! I want to take the kids this week to see that movie!

I'm finally back in Blogging land! Just looking over all of the posts I've missed.... and you've been busy! Adorable cards, girlfriend!

Catherine said...

Diane, both cards are adorable

kathleenh said...

Pretty cards! I'm planning to take the kiddos to that movie over spring break.

Julie Koerber said...

Hey girlie! Where ya been??!!???

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

What fun and great piercing you have done -- just love it -- so glad you played -- thanks much!!!

Allison said...

Some terrific creations! I like the second one best!