Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Birthday Cards

I needed some birthday cards so I made a feminine version and a masculine version of this card.
The papers are from A Muse, the sentiment is from Hero Arts, the peach ribbon is A Muse and the
polka dot ribbon is from Michaels.  The sentiments are raised with pop dots.  The pearls on the
feminine card are also from A Muse. The card stock is from Hollo's PaperCraft Store.

I had a rough winter with knee replacement surgery and a bad cold and bloody noses.
I am finally feeling better and able to make cards.  So glad to be back!


  1. Love the colors and the textures - great cards!

  2. Glad to have you back, and on the mend! those are both great cards. Love your colors. Pat Kinkaid

  3. I'm glad you're feeling better too. I hope to see MORE of your cards on your blog. Those are interesting papers and you have paired them up so nicely. Great job Sherry!

  4. Great cards Sherry! I love the layout, I have a couple stamps that same size, I think I'll need to do some CASEing!

  5. Hi Sherry! I like both versions you've done. I almost always tie my ribbons in a knot like you did on the first one here. To me that works for the ladies and guys... and it's so much flatter than a full bow too. I am sorry to hear you've had a tough winter. My mom has had both her knees replaced and I know what a difficult recovery that entails, but I am so glad you're back in the swing of things and I look forward to seeing more cards. Thanks too for joining in on the March Bootcamp... I can see the thumbnail of the floral design and I just love the colors and layout. Nice work!

  6. They look good to me! Glad you are back to creating

  7. I love seeing how just a couple simple changes switch a card from feminine to masculine. These are great!

  8. Hi Sherry,
    I'd like to use your two cards for an OWH MIdweek Throwdown challenge in the future as samples for a challenge I'm thinking about. You can contact me at gonestampin(at)gmail(dot)com
    Thanks! Jan