Welcome Back for a peek at Today’s Card!
I hold a Stamp Class the First Wednesday of each month…we gather together and make a Card that everyone can take home and replicate, if they wish!
I was inspired by a Card I saw in the Occasions Catalog!
Here is the Card…on page 30 of the Catalog!
A little closer pic of the Card!
Here is the picture of the Stamp Set in the Catalog!
The actual Stamp Set I bought!
The Stamp Set is on the page, introducing the Stampin’ Blends!
We used the Light and Dark Daffodil Delight and the Light and Dark Old Olive!
For the Greeting we used Memento’s Tuxedo Black
and also used to pre stamp image for coloring!
Here is the finished Card!
Stinkin’ Cute, huh? Love it!
The Ladies LOVED it!
(2 of them changed the greeting to use the Card for a different Occasion!)
We all also, moved the banner lower on the Cards we made!
The inside of the Card…we used the ‘cut off strip’ from the front panel
of DSP for the bottom of the inside!
Here is the Card, ready to be mailed for Easter!
Easter is APRIL 1st!
Stock and Measures:
Soft Sky-card base, 8 1/2″ X 5 1/2″ scored @ 4 1/4″ folded in half on the score
Whisper White-front panel 3 1/4″ X 4 3/4″, inside panel 4″ X 5 1/4″
Sahara Sand-banner, 3/4″ X 4″ (use your snips to flag the banner ends)
Coffee Café-front panel, 3 3/4″ X 5″
You’re Inspiring-front daffodils and greeting
Suite Sentiments-inside sentiment
Stampin’ Ink Pads:
Memento Tuxedo Black-all stamping
Light and Dark Daffodil Delight-for the daffodil flowers
Light and Dark Old Olive-for the daffodil leaves and stems
True Gentlemen Buttons-the button!
Linen Thread-bow through the button
Here is the Card again!
I had 4 pkgs. of the pre-cut Cards from the Class left over.
I made up 6 more and will be assembling to mail out for Easter!
Yup! These are my Easter Cards for Family and Friends!!!
Are you ready for Easter?
Again it is APRIL 1st!
The Cards need to be assembled
and then addressed and mailed!
Whew, I am going to be busy!
Has Easter crept up quick on you too?
Get Movin’! You know we like to “move it, move it!”
Until the next Post…Blessings and ‘quick card-making’ for Easter to you ALL!