How cute is this snowman? The Let It Snow paper pack is filled with adorable snowmen. I am saving this card for a January birthday. It would also be a cute Christmas card or a Thank you card.
I love making cards that I can use for multiple occasions. This card could be a sympathy card, get well card, baby card, thank you, or birthday card. The pretty paper in the Bird Ballad paper pack does all the work, you don't even need to get your fingers inky.
There are so many things to love about this card. Isn't that sentiment just perfect? The words and the use of font to emphasize certain words are just what is needed. Do you recognize the paper? It is from the 6X6 Regals Designer Series Paper pack. In my Demo team, we have a challenge to make a card using paper from this pack and a design one of our team shares with us. This is my contribution to the challenge. I love the card so well I will be making more of this card.
I loved being a teacher. Both of my sisters were teachers. My sisters and I are retired, but I think it is so important to encourage teachers in the field. I have four nieces who are teachers. I made this card to wish them a wonderful new school year. The paper is from the fun paper pack called, Follow Your Art. The sentiment is from Check You Out, another new stamp set.
I love being an aunt. I have amazing nieces and nephews who mean the world to me. I made this card for a niece who completed her teaching degree. The paper on the front has markers, pens, and pencils - perfect for a teacher. I embossed the front with our new Scripty embossing folder, which gives the look of handwriting on the card front.
I love this burlap paper from the Pressed Petals Designer Series paper pack. Stamping on this paper adds a different look to your stamping. The Stitched Rectangles make a great frame. I didn't put a sentiment on the front of the card, it doesn't need it. That way you can add a sentiment on the inside of the card for any occasion you need.