Sunday, January 9, 2011

Caught My Eye

I love to surf the net, looking at cardmaking and scrapbooking blogs, and quite often something catches my eye.  I thought I would share some of these gems with you here on my blog.   I am always impressed at the amount of sheer talent and inspiration that is out there.  It's great to see that our craft is alive and well, thank you.  And that so many creative, talented people are sharing their work.

I recently spotted some gorgeous work over at .
Candee has a great eye for design.  Her work is clean, uncluttered, yet elegant and inspired.

This card really caught my eye because of it's simple layout, yet elegant design.  The colors are stimulating and pleasing.  And the focal point, that flower!!  I'm loving the way Candee used the twigs (Martha Stewart punch) behind the flower (which she made by layering flower punches.  Visit Candee's blog to see more of her pretty cards.

 I love the striking look of the red with the kraft and white on this pretty Valentine's Day card.  The playful way Candee put the little red heart punched shapes inside the hearts on the embossed background, and layered the heart punches in the center make this card fun and delightful.

I love everything about this card.  The soft blue with white, the texture of the embossed panel, pretty snowflake patterned paper, snowflake punches, and the saying layered up on circles!

This one really made me smile!  Black and white is such a classic color combo.  Candee's layered hearts featuring the tux and wedding dress are adorable.

Finally, this stunning card really caught my eye.  I'm loving the embossed vines, and the pretty sheer bow on the background paper.

Thanks to Candee for letting me share some of her work here.  Stop by and visit her blog, and leave her some love!  
I'll be back Tuesday with another technique for you.


1 comment:

  1. Hi Lynda! Thank you for featuring so many of my cards on your blog---love the new look and all the Tech Tuesdays... Hoping you will be able to offer classes soon as well. Candee P


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