Thursday, 29 July 2010

Casing Cheep Talk

Today, I have two fun & simple cards to show you using the very cute 'Cheep Talk' set. I've wanted this set for ages & was excited to finally be able to play with it when I got it as a Sale-a-bration reward. As luck would have it though, my mojo decided it had other plans. When this happens, I sometimes, look through our catty for ideas, visit my fave blogs or sites...or if all else fails, organise supplies! This time though, I decided to visit the Cheep Talk gallery on Splitcoast to see if it would spark some inspiration. Fortunately, there were lots (over 900 cards just using Cheep Talk – amazing!), so this is what I made:
This one is a case of this fun card by Kreations by Kris, which she said was cased from a card the new US catty.
& this one is a case of this cute card by stamp2u.
I carried the theme onto the inside of the card too...
Anyway, I hope you like these cards. If you'd like any more info on anything, just let me know. Thanks a lot for stopping by.
Inky wishes, Di

PS: Cheep Talk is still 20% off until this Saturday. Contact me if you can't resist those cute birdies.

Cheep Talk Circles
Stamps: Cheep Talk, On Your Birthday
Ink: baja breeze, riding hood red, so saffron, kiwi kiss & tangerine tango
Card/Paper: baja breeze, whisper white, pacific point, so saffron, kiwi kiss & tangerine tango cardstock, Washington Apple DSP
Tools: Circle punches: (all of them! - 1½ in, 1 3/8 in, 1¼, 1 in, ¾ inch, ½ in)

Birdie on a hill
Stamps: Cheep Talk,
Card/Paper: tangerine tango, chocolate chip, whisper white & old olive cardstock, Washington Apple DSP
Ink: riding hood red, tangerine tango, chocolate chip ink pads, old olive & chocolate chip markers
Accessories: tangerine tango striped ribbon


Karen said...

How CUTTTTTTTTE are these! lol

I know you say they are CASED, but they are still gorgeous! I havent used my cheep talk set in such a long time - I really must dust it off!

Great job Di!


Liam said...

These cards are just amazing. Love it. Liam

KimB said...

HI Di,

loved these!!They are both so bright and fun :) Just like Karen it makes me want to dig my Cheep Talk set out of the cupboard for a play.