Saturday, October 28, 2006

Dare 2 - Use the Kitchen

I've used the kitchen i 2 separate ways for this dare (certainly wasn't for cooking though as haven't been food shopping yet - will deffo today or tomorrow though!)

This card is made by sticking split peas onto a Quicktutz tree then dusting with spring green Pearlex powder. The background paper is American Traditional Designs - Dear Santa. (as usual my photo is pretty crap, so I'll try to do a scan on Monday)



This card is made with Fimo embellishments (which required me to use the oven to bake them) Tags are cut from Making Memories Cosmopolitan and the font is GAW.

12 comments:

BondGirl said...

Thanks for joining in our dares. Both cards are fabby - my fav is the fimo ones the baby is just sooo cute!

Jo said...

Brilliant cards, such fantastic ideas, I love the Christmas tree, so clever :)

Jo z

Lythan said...

I love both of these as well. The pea tree is an awesome idea and the fimo baby is soooo cute!

Lynne.x said...

Love the split pea tree - try saying that 3 times fast after a few sherbits ....... phew!!
and how cute is that baby card.
See you tomorrow ......... :D

Rachel said...

Lisa two fab cards hun, have a great day tomorrow xxx

Debbie said...

Lisa - absolutely fab cards - love the tree with the pearly peas!!! And that fimo baby is just sooooooooooo sweet :-)

Debbie
xxxx

Paula said...

I just can't do fimo models!!!!
Yours are so cute. Is there an art to it??
Think the tree design is really striking & what astounds me with all the cards in the dares challenge, by looking at them you would never guess what they are actually made of until the maker spills.....of for trade secrets amongst us..

Monika said...

I love fimo. What cute cards. Thanks for the comment you left for mine.
X

LisaBabe said...

Paula, there's no art to the fimo stuff I do for my cards cos I just use push moulds - so much quicker than trying to do them myself. I do make some other stuff out of fimo myself, but nothing spectacular.

Kathy said...

Both cards are great - but the split peas tree decs are inspired!

Thanks for joining in with this Lisa

Anonymous said...

I love them, fanatastic. I'd never have guessed they were split peas, they look like expensive brads!

Anonymous said...

Brill cards and great ideas...

Tx