After another very busy week, I had time to upload a few pics of cards that I sell. All funds raised from sales go to Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston,…
Greetings all. I’ve been busy trying to get our Store up and running. I did have time to make a few cards. This is using a prestamped sentiment and the…
Greetings all. I’ve been busy fulfilling orders for Easter Cards, and am now working on Mother’s Day cards. Looking ahead, spring, summer cards will be coming.
Let’s not forget Graduations, Weddings, Births, and Memorial cards.
These are a couple cards I made for Easter and Mother’s Day.
Here’s a card I made for Palm Sunday/Easter. It is embossed, with palm leaves cut out and the cross is a cut from glitter cardstock. A red dot symbolizes the Blood of Jesus.
This is a layered card, the inside says, “Happy Mother’s Day.” This type of card is good for most any occasion.
The purple and yellow is another example,with greeting on front of card.
Last week I was working on “negatives” and these are a couple examples of the finished cards.
This is a Birthday card I made.
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Greetings all. I hope you are all well. Spring is here, although we had snow last week.
This week I was making cards with more cutouts.
A layered card seems to be trendy. This delicate butterfly pattern makes a lovely Easter, Birthday or Friend card. The lilac cardstock against the white is stunning. A little bow makes it look spring like.
Next up is a cutout with minimal coloring while still in die cutter. Soft pinks and greens coordinate well with the pink background cardstock. The neutral color for the greeting doesn’t take away from the intended image.
With Easter right around the corner, here is an embossed card with glitter cross.
I usually don’t post on Mondays. Mondays and Tuesdays are usually for family obligations. But I just had to show you this. I’ve been playing around with “negatives.” This is…