Saturday, November 6, 2010

Scrappy Sunday #9

Welcome back to Scrappy Sundays! :)
November is such a beautiful month, don't you think?
It's my second favourite month next to October.
I see love and thanksgiving on almost every scrapper's blog.
Like a chain that binds us, thanksgiving is something close to our hearts, 
to give something that is handmade,
to show that we are appreciative and grateful.
It's so close to Christmas too.
I just love this month!!
Vanilla cardstock from AC, Patterned paper from Dream street papers, Rose from Prima marketing, frame from Tattered Angels, stamped sentiment from Papertrey ink & Seam binding from my etsy store

In my favourite fall colours.
Fall colours are soooo romantic, especially for a die-hard romance lover like me!

Another card
Patterened paper from Basic Grey and October Afternoon, edges inked using Ranger Distress ink, butterfly punched out using Martha Stewart punch, pearl, seam binding, resin flower applique and tags will be on sale soon!
Sorry for the poor lighting! 
I made this in the middle of the night so that I can deliver to my students who were having their O'levels.
To encourage them and myself (over those sleepless nights at Mac) to 
I wasn't for the idea of handwritting the title but heck, I need more time to sleep.
It looks quite ok still, no?
This is one HUGE card! 
The boyfriend needed one card to dedicate to his little students and 
of course I did not allow him to buy any.
Nothing beats handmade cards honey.
Image cut out from wonderfall paper from Webster, tree image and sentiment stamped from papertrey ink, butterflies punched from Martha Stewart punch, crystal adhesive from Doodlebugs
The inside of the card for the teacher to fill up..
So that's from my newly arrived Wonderfall Webster paper kit.
You can email me if you want to purchase one.
I still have a couple of kits left.

Have a lovely rainy Sunday.
It's been so cooling recently that I can wear my favourite coats and blazers out. Gee

For flowers that bloom about our feet;
For tender grass, so fresh, so sweet;
For song of bird, and hum of bee;
For all things fair we hear or see,
Father in heaven, we thank Thee!
~Ralph Waldo Emerson


nicolelim111 said...

Hey Lynn!
Your work is beautiful!! :)
Do keep it up!

I'm you know where to buy those ink stamps with words like, thank you, happy birthday, best wishes, congratulations to make cards?? :)



Sue said...

gorgeous cards, Lynn! And I see those pretty seam binding at work again. :)

Viola Mahr said...

Oh, sweet, Lynn!! I love that you're back to your scrappy self :) missed you! and these cards are so gorgeous. You make the prettiest things and you're pretty creative. I wouldn't have dared to do some of the things you did on them, but they turned out fabulous! You're great, friend!! :)


Blue Banana said...

These cards are simply amazing!!

eMeLiNe Seet said...

what a beautiful post, Lynn :) i saw your HUGE Banner with M-bank one day and was so excited haha ! :0) lookin' so good !

Juanna Hope said...

how much will u b selling the kits for? (:

Lynn said...

Hi Nicole,

I buy them from Papertrey ink!
They have the most gorgeous stamps, extremely useful with those words, really.

Shipping is pretty expensive so I do a monthly spree so that we can split the shipping costs.
Do email me if you're interested to join the spree! :)


Lynn said...

Thanks Sue and Viola for your lovely comments!!
I'm so busy the past month so I'm really really glad to be back at my favourite hobby and of course with my favourite people like you ladies! :)

Lynn said...

Screams!! You're finally back in action Irene!! Hugs!!

Lynn said...


Where did you spot the ad?
HAHAHA Can you believe I've never seen my own print ads on Maybank?!

I'm so slow at catching up with these stuffs. LOL

Lynn said...

Hi Juanna,

Welcome! :)
I'm selling the each kit at $40.
You check out what's in the kit as well as other kits in this post:

Lynn :)