I made 8 of these cute, Birthday cards. They are fun, comorful and were so easy to make! I used my Cuttlebug and my Happy Birthday embossing folder as the background, and Used the Cupcake from Wild Card to create these! I also glued a Birthday candle to the front! The isinc is also Cuttlebugged as well. I like how these turned out and really happy with the paper that I used for the cupcake wrappers... I think it works very well together! I hope you like it too! :o)
Next are some other simple cards I made for the stash. I used the same Happy Birthday Cuttlebug folder and used a pink glitter pen to highlight a few areas on the design and then used some lime green floss to add a bit more color. I love the simplicity of it! The inside has pink polka-dot paper trimmed with an edge punch. Also, a very simple Thank You card created with my Cuttlebug and some more floss, light blue and white to accent. Then I made a Father's Day Card! The cut is from Designer's Calendar, and I used a rub-on for the sentiment.
Next I made a Thanksgiving Card... I know... Thanksgiving? Maybe it was because I already did some Christmas Cards and felt like Thanksgiving was over-shadowed (like it normally is around that time of year). But wanted to make one anyway! The "Give Thanks is from Wild Card I do believe or DC... don't remember 100%, and the pumpkins are from Gypsy Wanderings as are the leaves.
DRUM ROLL PLEASE!!!!! So this is what I have been working towards.... I was part of a show... My Dear SIL sells Premier Jewelry, and a friend of hers sells for Thirty-One, along with a Pampered Chef Rep, and a Scentsy Candle Rep. I was asked to participate so for 2 and a half weeks I have done nothing but go to work and then come home and craft. HOLY MOLEY! I am SO exhausted with doing all of that and trying to build up a stash, make a display board, count my envies, I even made little business cards for myself. What a crazy last couple of weeks and crazy day yesterday. I was so nervous and excited and overwhelmed and scared and any other emotion I could think of yesterday! But I wouldn't have traded it for the world. It was a good experience, and I learned a lot. So, I thought I would share my little display area with you. The letters are cut from Gypsy Font ( never used those letters before, and I am so glad I found this font - It's Gorgeous!
|my business card|
Hugs and Paper Love,