Isn't this a cute card for Christmas? I like them both.
The first Cardnal Card reminds me of fabric. It was run through a crimper both way. That is how it made that crinkled look and the second Cardnal Card has glitter all over it. They are both nice cards and perfect for the holidays.
This is an envelope card. You can put mini candy bars, necklaces, money anything that is small will fit in this card.
I used a flower punch for the leaves and stem and another flower punch for the actual flowers. Added dots to the envelope and folded the bottom up in the back and stapled it and covered up the staples with ribbon. Added a pretty lace for the handles. Really cute and quick to make.
Here is another Halloween Card that was at my Workshop for the ladies to put together. The picture below is the inside of the card. This is a fabulous card for the Grandparents that aren't allow to give the grandchildren a lot of candy, just add what ever money you want and you are all set for the greatest Halloween a child can ever hope for. I know all my grandchildren would like the money and of course the candy also would be nice.
Just got done with this one. It turned out terrific. I like the colors and with witches, you have to have a purple, even though my witches hat looks bluey, but it is a purple marker. I don't like the Argyle at all, but went perfect with this card.
I think this card is an elegant card. With the snowflake background and the embossed white glittered snowflake in the top of a scalloped square. This card was very easy to do, and if you look closer, you can see it opens differently than other cards. About 1/3 down from the top is the top of the back of the card and it opens around the middle of the square.
Finally this is the last of the Christmas Cards I did in my July Workshop. I am still putting together the kits that weren't finished.
I just love this penguin card. He is so cute. And it colored fantastic too. Easy and a some blending with the black water color pencil. So cute for a summer or fall birthday. I purchased the stamp in Akron and I haven't heard of the company before. Maybe they will be back in Akron in the spring and have some more new penguins to pick from.