Sunday, October 26, 2008

Public Service Announcement

Tonight I have two cards to share with you. Both were made with Storage Units, Ink & More's "Vote for Me" stamp set. This is such a timely set and it would be perfect to use for anyone running for, PTO, etc. I'll be the first to admit that I'm not an artist, but I did try my hand at making a backdrop for this debate scene. Yes, I did crack myself up!

My second card was made using some of my infamous stash of patterned paper. I just love this little image of the voting booth. I paper pieced the curtain and "Vote Here" sign and added Kandi Corp. small copper stars to the corners with my new Professional Touch tool. I love that you can get the look of a brad without having to have anything show on the inside of the card.

The message of both cards is the same. Regardless of the candidates you support, the important thing is that you get out there and VOTE!

Have an awesome week!

It's all about the details:
Card stock: Core'dinations
Patterned Paper: My Mind's Eye
Stamps: Storage Units, Ink & More
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Distress Ink
Accessories: Ribbon, Rub-ons, Kandi Corp copper stars, dimensionals, Glue Dots, Glossy Accents
Tools: Copic Markers, SU ticket punch, Professional Touch, stapler, Nestabilities


Patrina said...

Kathie, you did a great job on the backdrop! If I did it, it would look like my 2 year old drew it. Both cards are great. TFS!

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

WOW Kathie! You totally ROCK'd with these cards. I am blown away by the first one.

Sankari W. said...

beautiful cards kathie! love the backdrop that you created - and your supply of patterned paper is just awesome! love the second card too with the stars and stripes- i am excited to go and do early voting --
hope you are well!
best wishes,
Sankari :)

MJ said...

Super job with these! I can not believe how close we are to the election! I am still confused on who I am voting for???? Frustrating, really.

Justine said...

How very clever, I love it. Our votes have been in for a few weeks now. One of the nice things about being military overseas. NO LINES!!!