Saturday, May 14, 2011

Get Sticky

Happy Saturday! How are you all doing? Hope you're enjoying your weekend.

Today we have fun new Wee Memories challenge for you. Let's "Get Sticky". Create any project using stickers. And we are sponsored by SRM Stickers.

SRM Stickers offers sentiments for all occasions. A close friend of mine, Lori, her daughter Sarah is graduating this year, so I need a graduation card for her. And this sticker set is perfect as I do not have any graduation stamps at all.


Then, since I had so much fun  playing with the stickers, I made an extra card, combining sticker and stamp. The spiral sticker made me think of a spiral notebook. :) Quick & simple. Literally, it took me less than  5 minutes to do this card.


Seriously, I love my DT at Wee Memories. These girls are so nice, supportive, and their creativity is inspiring! Go check out their fabulous creations HERE. :) 

Have a great weekend, peeps!!

12 comments:

Laurel said...

Such cute cards!

~amy~ said...

Cute...really love the owlie cuteness!

Lea L. said...

These are great! Love their CAS designs!!

Giovana said...

Beautiful creations Vera!!

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

CUTE cards love them both!!!!

AnitaRex said...

Hi Vera! I love that grad card! Love that you used so many stickers and made it work! :> And love your CAS card too! Hope you have a great weekend!

donna mikasa said...

Two great cards, Vera! Those SRM stickers are awesome!

Virginia L. said...

LOVE your CAS card with the SRM Stickers, Vera! FABULOUS job you did!

Michelle Bertuzzi said...

Oooh, love your use of the SRM stickers & the clean design.

Sue from Oregon said...

How fun! I started making cards using stickers in the beginning days...from scrapping to cardmaking! I love the idea of stickers! Thanks for stipping in to say hello today too! Sue K

lynn said...

such sweet card, vera:) i never think to use stickers, but these look great!

Alice Wertz said...

these are so cute and fun! lovely cards, Vera!

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