Hi everyone Christa here with a special card.

My friend ask me “Christa can you make a beautiful card for my granny she gonna be 90 years old.
So I did my best, and lucky she liked it.

I find it always difficult to make something for someone you dont know ,so i ask a couple of things, and then she said ” i know you can do it so make something beautiful” .
Does this sound familiar to anyone?

I know Kristy has some cute  digital grandparents, so i use GRANDMA’S GARDEN .

I color her with my water medium Tansai Gambi.
And i love to work with many layers of design papers, i love that  but is not convenient for postage costs, my cards are always so heavy LOL.

Further i add some sparks in the flowers and around the oval.
A big 90 cut out from a shape, use some beautiful flowers and lace.
A paper doilly , a rose charm and a lace from a cutting die on top a lace with little roses.

I hope you like my granny card , i look forward to your response  🙂 .
Come and share your beautiful projects and cards at our SomeOddGirl Facebook Community  .

I wish you a nice day hugs Christa


Hi SOG Friends! If you celebrated Easter, Gangsta bunny and I hope you had a very special one.

This cool bunny was a collaboration of color choices picked by my two youngest children. The middle child thought the bunny should be blue, and the youngest thought the hoodie should be green. At first, I didn’t think it was going to work, but looking at it now, it totally does.

If you ever get stumped on color choices, reach out to a loved one and see what they suggest.

I printed Gangsta Bunny onto Kraft card stock and colored him with prismacolor pencils.

I wasn’t sure what I wanted to use for embellishments for my card, and I spotted this cute pattern paper with flowers, carrots, and butterflies. I just fussy cut them out, and popped them up on foam dots. Instant embellies.

I hope you have a wonderful week!

Leah Crowe

Good morning, Oddies! Alexis here with a fun birthday Shaker card using the Party Tia digi. I turned this into a birthday card for my mom, and it’s one of my favorite projects so far. I colored her in pink, purple and gold to match the paper and shaker.

I used the new Distress Oxide inks on embossed paper for the background of the shaker and glued sequins and gold foil hearts to the face and added some to the shaker too. I also colored and suspended the cupcake from the Sweet & Salty clear set inside the shaker, so it bobbles around in there too.

It’s a super fun and interactive card and I think it was a hit.