Tuesday, June 22, 2010

WILD CARD WITH LISA GRAND FINALE/ENVELOPE

Dear followers, friends, bloggers and all who stop by to my work...
I started the Wild Card Series with Lisa back on January 1st, 2010 with the Scallop Card.
Lisa contacted me after I made a comment on her blog asking if we can do a series together and that is how all started. Lisa couldn't finish all the cards because personal reasons but we together did most of them, one by one.
I contacted Lisa last week for the Finale of the series to see if she was up to one more but she is not going to be able to. I was looking forward to her response because I think it would have been nice if she could have joined me on this last one, which happens to be the envelopes but this would have given us a free will to make any card we wanted.

At the end of this month my term with Robyn aka My Pink Stamper as one of her designers,
will come to an end.
It was my first Designer Team experience and I learned a lot from it and I am very grateful to Robyn for giving me the opportunity to be one of the first ones on her first Design Team. It was an honor and I had lots of fun. Check the above MPS link to know the requirements to apply to be an MPS designer.
Good Luck and have fun.

So...I am done with the Wild Card series and done with Robyn almost at the same time. Ironic? or Coincidence? or a new window of opportunities? I do not know. I take one day at a time. I still have some projects to do as a MPSDT designer and then I will hopefully have a bit of extra time for my blog and maybe do some fun things with you guys. Let's see!

Now...I will introduce my last card and envelope from the Wild Card cartridge Series...
#50.... 
YAY!!!.

My Envelope
9.25W by 6-1/8"H
and the card I made for the envelope.
I used a Martha Stewart punch for the envelope. 
It is a big envelope...It needed to be big for the Grand Finale, LOL.
I used  the same paper I used for the card background. 

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My Card
8-3/4W by 6"H
 The fire truck is from the Independence Day Summer Collection seasonal cartridge and using my Gypsy and Expression I cut it at 4.50"H by 8.75"W and the layer came out to be 4.5"H by 8.44"W. I welded the I heart USA onto the ladder and I used very fine glitter to cover the heart. I also draw some doodles dots.That little blue star you see on the flag it was not supposed to be there...it is from when I did the corners and I punched it with a star punch. I did not realized when I took the photos it was there, lol.

On this photo you can see the small compartments on the fire truck opening up and you also can see the tires centers had been popped-up and a rhinestone added. You also can see an MPS clear stamp "Celebrate Today" from the Sweet Occasions set stamped with a Colorbox pigment ink. The card base is no other than a white textured American Crafts cardstock. the edges have been distressed on it and inked as I inked the truck too.

This word is from the same Independence Seasonal cart and I made a shadow layer in red but it's hard to see. The cart does not have a layer for this word. I cut this at 1.75"H and the width came out to be 4.41". I had to play a bit with it to get the shadow the right size. 


I hope you enjoyed our series and like I said I am planning to do some fun things with you/for you guys.

Thanks for being there with me all the way and I know I inspired some of you because I read all of your  comments and that does makes me happy.

XOXO 
to all.

NOTE: I joined the Cricut Circle (Agnes is covering her ears, lol)





25 comments:

  1. What an amazing card. Im going to have to get that cart! I love what you did with it and it sounds like you ladies had some fun doing it :) how sweet :)

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  2. What a Fabulous Finale it is and a really stunning card! I have enjoyed every card, and this series is how I found my way to your blog, making a great new friend along the way! Hmmmm. Just Because card series next?

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  3. Love this!! I have loved all your cards and now that I have WC, I need to go back to make some too!

    I joined the Circle too! And bought a Gypsy last night--my husband wasn't thrilled (he's still talking to me though), but I didn't get outbid on ebay :-) I think people are better about the Circle issues now--don't worry!

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  4. What a way to end your series! That's a great card. I can't belive how long you've been doing this (has it really been that long?) WOW time flies!
    Can't wait to see what you come up with next :)
    Hugs,
    Kristina

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  5. What a Great finale!! I love love the firetruck. I loved seeing the wild card series..it made me want to use my wild card cart more. I can't wait to see what you come up with next. I am so glad to be back an able to view your blog :)
    Have a great week

    Hugs, Sheena

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  6. Great job!
    I love the interactive compartments.
    And the dots! You know how I love
    to do to the doodle dots and slashes.

    Good JOB!

    (hug) TR

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  7. Wow Agnes! What a GRAND finale to your fabulous series. Your patriotic card is wonderful and so full of details. Would love if you chose another cart and did the same thing. (I could use a bit of inspirations of the many I've recently bought and haven't touched yet. LOL) Can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve. (P.S. I did too :D ) xxD

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  8. Love the card. Thanks for the inspiration. Can't wait to see what you have in store for us.

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  9. Your card is really cute! I love all the detail. Shari (cricutrookie)

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  10. Agnes, Thank you and Lisa for doing the wild card series. It was fun to see what you came up with. I can't wait to see what you take on next. How about Just because cards?

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  11. Wow Agnes This is perfect for your grand finale! Love the colors as always, my fav red. Love all the little compartments and what a grand size it is! Can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve next, I'm sure it will be something exciting, and congrats on joining the circle, if I had the extra cash I might have also, I just wish it was a little more affordable. I would love to have the first cart, looks grand! Who knows there's still a couple of weeks, maybe I can win the lottery by then! Heck I'd pay for a couple of people then! LOL ((Hugs)) and take care! Theresa

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  12. AWESOME! So fun to see another card maker who sometimes has to make ginormous envelopes to accommodate equally over-sized cards!

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  13. WOw I can't believe it's the end of your series already! You've done so good and all of your cards have been awesome! I really loooove this one! All the details are great!

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  14. Congratulations!!! You did it!!! *tossin virtual confettii for ya*.

    It's a great card, and you really did the wholllllllle thing!

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  15. OH MY GOODNESS, AGNES THIS IS FABULOUS.
    (I joined the Cricut Circle too).

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  16. What an awesome finish to this series! Thanks so much for sharing all of them !

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  17. great card it is really cool

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  18. Very very nice project. You did an awesome job on the fir truck. Thanks for joining us at FCCB

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  19. I love all the bling. Such a cute project. Thanks for joining us over at Fantabulous Cricut.

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  20. What a wonderful way to end your series of cards! The fire truck is amazing! Thanks for playing along with us this week at FCCB:)

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  21. Love all your little white details.

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  22. This is fantastic! I love those opening compartments and all the detailing you've added. Great job!! Good luck in the FCCB challenge!

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  23. Beautiful! I love the inking and how the doors on the fire truck open, cute idea!
    Thanks for playing at the FCCB

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  24. Wow your attention to details is awesome!!! You did a great job!

    Thanks for playing the Fantabulous Cricut Challenage #16!

    Leigh

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  25. Awesome card. I LOVE it!!! TFS :-) Love all the detail :-)

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Have a fun day!!!