Good Evening! I know that it has been awhile since you heard from us! We ran into the great pestilence called Covid. WE are on the mend and doing well. I do love Birthday cards that are simple. As you know, I do things in bunches. I stamped 10-15 floral bouquets and then spent an afternoon coloring them. Such fun! Now they are finding their way into cards. Pictures do not truly show how lovely this card is. I hope you are all well and having fun Stamping.
So yes…my cards are usually late…I’m a bee-lated kind of girl but at least I finally get there. I needed a birthday card for a friend. I had several of these bouquets already colored and just needed to be put together. The mosquitoes have been so bad outside that even though it has been sunny outside I’ve been chased inside! I don’t complain too much – love to stamp even after all these years.
September is here! Amazing. The months and years seem to fly by. September brings knee replacement surgery to me. Little nervous but my knees were what took us off the road but of course then along came covid and changed everybody’s world.
Today’s card was made for a young friend who is moving to Michigan that I am going to miss! You might notice that I cut the flower out several times and stacked them instead of using 3-D-Dots. Love that trick.
Enjoy your first day of September! Fall is coming.
Good morning! Here is a coffee card on a scallop circle card stock. This one is fairly quick, the only part that takes a little more time is cutting out the coffee cup sleeves. But even that doesn’t take much time as the edges are not complicated! Links to stamps are below!
Keeping it simple with this card. First, cut out three scalloped ovals of white dull gloss paper and stamp the flowers. Very important to set the ovals aside to dry before coloring. Then stamp the words on the lower portion of a 4×5.25” piece of white dull gloss. Again, important to let ink dry before coloring and assembling! The middle scallop oval is popped up with a 3D dot. Links are below!
Good morning and happy Monday! Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend.
On this card the white paper is dull gloss (link below) and the key to using it is making sure the ink dries before coloring! It’s so disappointing when it gets smudged. Alcohol ink markers were used to color the images. Loving these cheerful sunflowers right now!
Hello! We’ve been a bit busy around here! I had a birthday party to go to so I grabbed a card kit and put it together. Thought I might as well blog it since I have a little time. The card is pretty bright but I love it.