Tuesday, July 17, 2012

A Couple of Cards

My son needed a couple of cards for graduation parties. He was pretty specific what he wanted. He gave me about 15 minutes to made both cards!!!!! (The miracles that Mom's can do...lol)

Here are my first card:

This was for a friend that he went to High School and Rutgers with.

And the second card:

This was for a friend that is continuing on in school for their Masters that has to do something with a Library or books (something like that). This is an Elizabeth O. Dulemba digital image.

I know these are pretty simple, but what do you want for 15 min? lol I had some stickers for "Rutgers", so that made that easy enough. I had to print and color the mouse image. Well, I didn't think I did so bad. My son was happy (and that was all that counted! Right?)

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imagine what you could do...


  1. I can't believe it only took you 15 minutes to make both cards. These look great! It would have taken me 15 to just find the paper I wanted to use. My son has done that to me too...he waited until a few mins before it was time to go to ask for a card.

    Stay Creative,
    Carson's Creations

  2. WOW!!! You made two cards in 15 minutes!! I'm highly impressed with that! And the cards are fabulous!!! You even printed and colored!! WOWZERS!!! :)

  3. I think it's pretty amazing you made both cards in 15 minutes with coloring the image to boot!! Fantastic job, Dana. I certainly couldnt' do that. That stamp on the inside of my Christmas card is a wooden dollar stamp from Joann's. Over time, I've found some great stamps in the dollar bins that I really like--can't beat it, but it's just luck that I happen to find them, mostly one of a kind left over after the holiday.--Pat

  4. Two cards in 15 minutes. AMAZING!!!!! Cute cards

  5. Well for only 15 minutes, these cards turned out great!!!

    Very cute!



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