Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Mackenzie Mae Card Kit...

Have you popped over to Pam's Mac Mae Card Kit's site lately???

I thought I would share some of the cards that I designed for the August kit.


This is an easy smeasy one...just stitched the Cosmo Cricket onto the yellow card...
Okay, I'm pretty proud of myself on this one...see that kraft panel? It is actually the packaging that comes with the Mac Mae Card kit!!! It is a 3x3 card so that bloom really makes quite the impact.
Ahhhh....Sassrass goodness...I absolutely adore the stuff...can't go wrong with Sassy!!!
I did some stitching on this one and added the buttons to dress up the card...super clean and crisp!

Pam is actually running a sale right now on...yuppers....the best four letter word...

SALE

Go check it out!!!


Mac Mae Card Kits

37 comments:

  1. These are simply beautiful Amy, love the last one, the purple and your stitching...wow!

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  2. i AM proud of you for recycling kraft packaging!

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  3. These are `gorgeous` Amy..TFS....
    Have a great Day :)x

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  4. Super fun cards!!! Love the last one especially...I always have a hard time using purple in my cards and you rocked it with that one!!!

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  5. Wow! Fabulousness! Love the one with the kraft packaging and the colors on the last one...:)

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  6. Great job on the recycling! I've been recycling the covers of my paper pads :D

    Love your cards!

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  7. Let me just add an AMEN to that first sentiment. Cute cards Amy..

    Mishy

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  8. Wow, busy girl! These are all great!

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  9. Oh I have a bunch of the paper you used on these! I need to go use it! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. Wow, these are all simply fabuous!!!

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  11. You totally R*O*C*K my friend!!!! ♥♥ Kay

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  12. Lovin' all your cards Amy...they're fabulous! :)

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  13. fantastic group of cards girl!! and did i read SALE?? going now :)

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  14. Great job, Amy, you have been one busy little bee, keep on buzzin', just wonderful!!

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  15. Kwel!!! You sew straight!!! Mine's always zigzaggy -- wish it was by choice :P

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  16. What darling cards! You're so crafty at using other things on your cards!

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  17. Awecome card creations Amy!! Love these cards!

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  18. These are totally fabby Amy! So many bright fun colors!

    (-: Heidi

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  19. LOVE these Amy...especially the one with the circle Fower...So Pretty!!

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  20. A terrific collection of cards...my fav is the first one!

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  21. you were busy creating so many wonderful cards! too cute! I have to learn how to stitch! it totally adds to a card! TFS!

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  22. Amy ~ such cute cards love all of them.

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  23. you are showcasing that kit well my friend!

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  24. You've been busy GF!! love that bright lime flower with the huge button center particularly!

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  25. These cards are soooo cool! It's too much eye candy for me to handle ;)

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  26. These are all great Amy!! So cute... all of them!

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  27. Woot Woot I love to reuse and recycle when I can! Great cards, all of them!

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  28. ooohhh I love these!! My fave is the kraft one with the big yummy green flower...loves it!
    hugs
    latisha

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  29. What fun cards, girl! You're quite the talented one!! ;)

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  30. Not sure how you find time or where you manage to get so many beautiful cards done at once - lovely work Amy!

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  31. They are all great, Amy!! That first card is soooo true, and I love the stitching!!

    All of your cards are so fun and colorful!!

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  32. Oh my! So much cuteness in one post! You are ssss ssss smokin'!

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  33. Cute cards! I especially love the green circle flower with the black and craft.

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  34. Such CUTE CUTE cards!! Love them all!!

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Cheers,
~amy~