Here are three quick and easy cards using GG51. These are great to have on hand to quickly send to someone letting them know you are thinking of them or missing them. We are looking forward to some warmer weather this week!
Good Morning and happy Monday! On this card, the fold is at the top and it opens upward. The words and flowers are stamped on Dull Glossy Paper and set aside overnight. Sometimes an idea starts and then gets finished later but it allows the ink to dry which is needed with the dull glossy paper!
We’ve accomplished a lot today ! We have all the convention “pulled” that means all the stamps we are going to make have had their ticket pulled. The ticket tells us all the information we need to make the stamp. We have vulcanized 1/2 of them. We still have a long way to go but I see lots of progress.
Kevin and Bruce (a friend of ours) have continued to build in the pantry/mudroom. I have to say it is coming out better than I could have imagined!! I have been admiring those barn doors on Pintrest and I’m getting one in the pantry/mudroom. so excited. I will post pictures when done 🙂
I made today’s card for a friend of mine that needs a little love sent her way! Stamps Used: D300 Sending Love; EE56 KB’s Tall Daisy Lg; F196 Wishing Love.
Just a quick note today since we are back on the road. This layout is similar to yesterday’s but I’m loving the colors and simplicity. The words give this card the option for almost any occasion. It could be a birthday, a special day or just a thinking of you card. Hope everyone is having a great Thursday!
Stamps used: E265 Death Leaves a Heartache, HH27 KB’s Whumsy Daisy Lg
KB here, blogging for Beth since they are driving back to Wisconsin this afternoon. Earlier, the question of how I keep my mat so clean came up and it is simply baby wipes (the mat was fairly new too which helps). I think I bought this little pack for $1 at Target a couple months ago. Speaking of cleaning, I was getting frustrated with my unmounted stamps and have been trying to figure out a good way to organize them. I have a binder, a bucket, and a rolodex. I’m still not sure which works best but today at Target, in the dollar section near the entrance, I found some containers which might work nice.
These are the containers I found.
This is what my bucket looked like before.
As you can imagine, it is very difficult to find the one I want. Also, they get stuck together, bent, damaged, etc. It would be easier to leave them scattered all across the desk but that looks messy and the cat enjoys chewing on them.
This is kind of how it looks now.
The dividers help keep them separated. Yet, I can still keep all the cube words and the reverse sets together. The larger stamps don’t fit in any of the containers but I think they will work better in the binder anyway. If anyone has a good suggestion or something that works for them, we are all ears (or eyes since we will probably be reading your responses)! Happy Thursday!