We continue to have beautiful weather here in the Midwest! I’m off to plant flowers!
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Good Morning ! We seem to be always behind so I always need a lot of belated wishes. I dropped the card and bent the corner – so bummed. Hopefully it is hard to see in the pictures.
CC98 April’s Sunflower with small bee – I just used the bees because I liked the size
Hello! This little flower bouquet has won our hearts. It is a fantastic stamp! The bouquet was stamped on dull glossy with memento ink; colored with copies, and re stamped with Versafine ! Love the technique.
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Happy Wednesday! Aren’t these polka dots fun?! I’m loving these colors! This is a really quick card especially if you have these potted aloe already stamped and cut out. They were even colored and all I had to do was find matching paper. Get the right words, assemble and done. Links to see on website are below!
Happy Tuesday! Sending kind words, peace and care.
For this card, the aloe was stamped first on a scrap of dull gloss white paper to set aside to allow time to dry. Then the square was cut out on a dull gloss swatch (4” x 5.25”). Stamped the words next to allow time to dry before assembling. Once the potted aloe is dry enough, it can be cut out and colored with alcohol ink markers. All that’s left is to glue/tape swatch onto cardstock, then put 3D pop up on aloe and attach in window. Quick and easy! The cut out square was saved for another card which will hopefully get finished and posted later this week.
Taking one day at a time!
Can’t decide if I like this card more with the pink stripe or without! So including both and you can decide. 😅
Paper is dull gloss with alcoholic ink splattered on top portion leaving a section on the bottom for the words.
A person can never have enough birthday cards! The weather is starting to warm up here in The Midwest and we are enjoying it.
Such a simple straight forward card. I have found myself making cards that are flat so they are easier to mail!
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