I know. We're coming up on the midpoint of the year? Seriously???? How did that happen? I love all your cards. The ladybug card is darling, the middle one made me laugh, and the water is so pretty!
I love the boat card...so CAS but dramatic....great job
Neat cards! I love the water card - so striking!!
Nancy, I hear you on getting things done!! I just don't seem to have the drive and push I once had for making cards. I'll keep plugging along in spite :)I LOVE the ladybug card, and the dog & cat on the motorcycle is hilarious! The boat card is awesome!! I love the simplicity of it!
Good job making all these for one post. Those first 2 make me smile. Lady bugs never looked so darn cute! And the 'water' card is so peaceful... TFS :)
Love the lady bugs. Time does fly by...!
Very cute lady bug card. I also love the cat and the dog in the second card. I'm with you on the whole June thing.
The lady bugs are great - did you use glossy accents on the ones on the background paper? The motorcycle stamp is too cute!
That lady bug card is just fabulous! My MIL would love it. Might have to case that for her birthday! :) the travel challenge card is cute and the water one is beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing. Tamara
Seriously. June? How can it possibly be June already? Your ladybug card is so nice. Great job on this week's sketch! The transportation card really made me giggle. Your card for the ODBD challenge is very peaceful and lovely.. Thanks so much for sharing!
Hi Nancy! These are all great cards; my favorite is the ladybug card! So cute!
Great cards! Love your transportation card...the stamped birds on the power line really make the card "move".
Great cards...I think my fave is the ODBD challenge...the image is peaceful and artsy. tfs!!!
Nice job on all of these Nancy. Love those lady bugs, too cute!
These are all great, but that first one is so stinkin' adorable!
I loved all your cards. The ladybug is super cute. At first I thought you used small stickers or brads on the background paper, but after looking closer I think you used glossy accents... how did you get them to pop like that?