Hope everyone had a great weekend! The weather was amazing. 🎉 Today we have a very simple thinking of you card with one of the aloe plants in the trio. The white paper is dull gloss. Happy Monday!
Happy Wednesday! Does anyone make bib cards? If not, there is a die cut for it! It is a fun way to mix up layouts. Here we have a snowy Christmas card in dark blue. Was thinking of adding a red ribbon but didn’t have the right color nearby. Might add it later and then blog it again with another bib card!
Good Morning! Here we used dull gloss paper to create snow piles. Very simple and easy! Just cut some curves in one side. Popped up the top layer with 3d dots to create depth. Check below for a photo gallery of previous cards with this snowman!
Below is a round up of previous cards with FF36! We thought it was fun to look back and see all the cards created.
Good Morning and happy Monday! We are not ready for snow yet but snowmen are just so cute. Is anyone getting holiday decorations out yet? I’m looking forward to pumpkin bars, apple cider and chili. Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!
Good Afternoon! Not sure where the day is going but I have the day off work so I’m trying to catch up on some Endless Creations work. I feel like I haven’t gotten enough done – made some calls, getting ready to send orders out, have some accounting to do. whew ! it is never ending!
Super simple card today – they are the best kind!
Stamps and Cutting Dies Used:
Good Morning! Loving this warmer weather! Here are two cards with the same stamps and layout but with different colors. This layout shows the patterned paper off a bit. White paper is dull gloss.
For this card, the alcohol inks had some funky color combinations that came by accident. Maybe it is just me, but I like them! Wanted to add some more interest with the inside insert so added the candles and the wish big stamped on a kraft sticker.
Hope everyone is doing well! Glad for technology to stay in touch with loved ones. Anyone getting creative with the food in their pantry? Recipe ideas welcome!