Memory Box cards, HELLO and more…

 

I have a bunch of cards I made a few months ago that were too late to get in the first Memory Box look book, so I’m going to start sharing them here before we’re on to another release!

* * * In case you haven’t noticed, I added a new TAB under the blog header with my photos of the cards I made for the first Memory Box look book…take a look!

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For this HELLO card, I stenciled the background on watercolor paper with Worn Lipstick and Spiced Marmalade Distress inks.

 

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I was inspired by Cindy’s fabulous card to make this nest in a tree card… at the time I took the photo, I didn’t have a stamp from MB to use but if I was to add a sentiment, I would use an alphabet set and stamp, “What’s Up?” or Hello!  Look around Cindy’s blog… so many gorgeous creations!

 

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One more bird idea…I’m bummed I can’t remember what I did here. ugh.  Too many cards since!  I know it’s regular embossing paste over a stencil.  Pretty sure I sprayed it with the color spray stuff.  Sorry about that.

I’m pretty sure I colored the branch die cut with markers…might’ve been Distress markers but it could’ve been Copics too!  I use both all the time!

 

I better quit for today! Memory Box overload!  Thanks for stopping by!  Holler if you have any questions and thanks for looking and commenting!  I appreciate it so much!  ttul!

 

Dies and Supplies I used…

 

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15 thoughts on “Memory Box cards, HELLO and more…

  1. Oh my!! It’s a shame these didn’t go in the look book because they are stunners for sure! That last one is absolutely gorgeous! The background… amazing!!!!

  2. oh my goodness…just saw all of your other cards…that I missed…gorgeous …each and every one of them..,You are an amazing artist Pam. I am still loving shopping at Starlit Studio. Thanks to you…and have sent others to Cindy’s site.

    Keep sending your beautiful creations…glad you are posting more….I love that they are sent directly to me..

    Vickie

    Sent from my iPad

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  3. I am amazed that you forgot how you did one of the cards !!!! Guess it happens when you make so many cards. LOL !!!!! All the cards are awesome. Can’t wait to see them IRL.

  4. The “hello” card is so striking! I love the colors and the patterns and textures! All of your cards are so beautiful and intricate! Love your work!

  5. Your cards are beautiful! I love the amazing textured background on the last card. And that striking and detailed birdcage. Love the birds inside and out of it. Great work! 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  6. you are such an inspiration! i love all your samples and case many of them! my stamping friend calls you her bff but i would like to apply for that position! lol!

  7. Oh these are gorgeous. Pam ! Too bad they didn’t make it in the first look book. Happy you shared them here. Off to look at that book again.

  8. Wonderful cards! Wish I could make the kind of backgrounds with watercolors like all of the Memory Box designers do, especially you. These cards should have been in the book, too, as they are pure inspiration. My friend, Joan, calls you her BFF and everyone in our stamping group is jealous, especially me!!! ha ha Your creations always inspire me to do better with the dies. I’m an official dieaholic!

  9. Thank you for sharing your amazing Memory Box cards. I love them all, and it doesn’t surprise me a bit if you cannot remember some of the details of the many hundreds of wonderful cards you made. All of your cards are so beautifully done especially the colors, textures and layouts. You’re my favorite inspiration for my card making. Love the Look Book too!

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