Another great month of making cards. As you can see, I was a little busy.
I made a "magic" card with a Stampin' Up sailboat. LOVE IT!! So easy!
Then I decided to case a card I had seen. This is using Stampin' Up! Stippled Blossom and Perfectly Penned. I made 2 of each, one Get Well and One Birthday.
This is sad. I found the most adorable little girl digi images and was buying them up left and right! They are from The Digi Garden, https://www.facebook.com/TheDigiGarden
Not too soon after I started buying them, the owner/artist, Jacqui, who lived in England, her and I started chatting. Just once or twice, she was not feeling too well and was home recovering. She even made an image of a little girl named after me!!! Not even a day after my last email with her, we were told she had passed away. They no longer sell her images. God Bless you Jacqui !!! You are missed.
I had purchased this Spellbinders butterfly die. What a PAIN IN THE A##!!!! Just saying, have a piercing tool ready. I was also told to use a piece of wax paper in between the die and the paper to help the die come loose from the paper easily. I will have to try that the next time I make something with a detailed die.
This one... my Mother-In-Law bought me a Hot Off the Press kit with a cd of ideas and directions to make a lot of different things. One of them was this card-box. Check out the video.
My friend Lynn started me with this. She got the Martha Stewart Hydrangea punch. I JUST LOVE IT!!! There are two sizes. The circle behind it is a Spellbinders die.
This one is using two Stampin' Up embossing folders.
Another card I've really been wanting to make. I had to google the instructions on this, but it is SOOOOO easy!!! I love it. The paper is a Susan Winget paper pack I purchased from JoAnn Fabrics with my 50% off. Hey, it was 360 sheets of gorgeous paper!!!!
Thanks again for taking a look!!!!