For my friend. Woot. I love doing things like this project. It was fun and I got them done in about 3 months. That’s pretty much perfect. Onto graduation cards next. I’ve got three graduates this year and my kids all have friends they’ll need ’em for.
This poor stamp stood on the shelf, nose in the corner, just pouting since then. But, alas, I decided it was time to pull it out. So, one 5×7 card later, and it’s pretty darn cute. 🙂
This is second to last for my friend. I’m so excited!
|Stamps: Some pocket stamp of obscure origin|
|Paper: SU Scraps and I think olive|
|Ink: Not Quite Navy|
|Accessories: Spellbinders banners and mini tags from pick your plum,,, almost forgot the brads. EEEK. VAPORS!|
|Techniques: Gettin’ ‘er done.|
|Difficulty (1-Easy 5-Advanced): 1-easy|
This is another card for my friend, but since I don’t know who she’ll give it to and if her family is “into” that kind of joking, I gave her a nice sentiment about wishing a wonderful year and whatnot.
This is an utter copy…
|Stamps: PTI birthday basics, and VLV sentiment|
|Paper: SU pear and river rock? Scraps|
|Ink: Unity pallette burnt umber|
|Accessories: SU library clip and sizzlets tag thingie|
|Techniques: Finishing a long project. 😉|
|Difficulty (1-Easy 5-Advanced): 1… if you’e talking card. 3 if you mean project… hee heee|