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Many palpable “thanks” grace the embossed front of this card. Literally a variety of “thanks” to touch and feel! Navy, white, and silver. Polka dots. Tiny pearls. To further convey thankfulness is a stamped sentiment opening over a gift card pocket inside.
Amazing fun to make this card. Feeling thankful. 😉
Ah . . . it’s a special friend’s birthday today. She makes 45 look so very good!
I pulled this card from my stash of handmade Birthday Cards, all made with love. It’s on kraft cardstock with edges burnished in a coppery-gold to match the sheer ribbon. Went a little wild with coppery-gold dots here & there, because, well, metallic ink is such a blast. T’was enjoyable to make but even more fun to sync it with this good friend.
Ahh . . . imperfect. 🙂 Just a quick & quirky card using a dry-embossed card base and heat-embossed sentiment. Rubber stamping went wild to create a background on the top layer. Edges & a few raised flowers were inked with abandon. Finished with a wrap of black hemp cord and shiny dollops of enamel (by a shaky hand). Imperfection is alright by me.
Thanks for dropping by & here’s to a stellar day!
Hi! Mojo Monday sketch 418 inspired the layout of this wintery card. I have browsed through sketches in the past, but have never used one directly. Besides, why not participate in a challenge?
Dry embossed snowflakes in the background invite glitter & velum flakes to drift in front. I may never tire of my Hero Arts Tree Trunk background stamp. The trees provide the perfect perch for a sweet wooden bird. I used VersaMagic ink and Neenah cardstock (Desert Storm for the card base & alternating layer and Solar White for all else).
Thanks for the inspiration, Mojo Monday. Happy day to all!
Sharing a quick, quirky card. The sheer pink ribbon drove this project. Embossed kraft on kraft, the top layer of which got edge-sponged in pink. The sentiment was printed & not stamped this time (royalty-free fonts — if you’re interested to know fonts used, just drop me a line).
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I would rarely see purple and think “Christmas card” – but there it is. It feels snowy and peaceful . . . I like it! I sponged the edges of the dry-embossed snowy snowman scene with a touch of purple. Found a few flat purple sequins in my stash for buttons. Used glittery snowflakes.
I looped silver cord under a glitter heart — inspired by a favorite crafter’s signature “Pootle Loops” — should you visit http://www.pootles.co.uk, prepare to be blown away! In SO many ways.
Thanks for your time and much happiness to you!