Every once in a while there has to be a card that doesn’t turn out the way we wanted and this one of them that I couldn’t fix. I’m just not happy with it. I think it’s the laundry! I might have to color up a new spin and change it.
For this bookmark, I decided to represent my family by their favorite colors. I was surprised everyone chose either red or blue – I thought for sure there would be a pink or green involved. But to coordinate with the paper I chose, I decided I would choose black for myself since black absorbs all colors and therefor would be considered a rainbow in my mind. 🙂 White is a lack of color. It’s a geeky thing or perhaps just a me thing.
This is a fun interactive card that I made for a birthday using Beam Me Up from Lawn Fawn. The alien can actively beam up to the space ship and there’s also a glow-in-the-dark component with the stars in the sky. It was a fun card to create! With both the glow-in-the-dark and pull tab, this will be a fun interactive card to receive.
I have a love-hate relationship with this project and I for one am very happy it’s off my desk and ready to send to someone. The main components are Springtime Girl stamp from Stamp Anniething and the Lawn Fawn Reveal Wheel die. Either of these on their own would be simple but I had the idea of using all four images for Springtime Girl in the wheel. I mean, how cool is that?! I’ll describe some of my troubles below but in the end, I’m very happy that it worked out. Yay!
This is a quick post to match how quickly the project came together. I think I did this little note in less than ten minutes. Perhaps I was too hasty because I just noticed the paper doesn’t match any of the colors I used. Ha! The stamp is Lawn Fawn’s Sealed with a Kiss and an easy addition to your Amazon cart. At least, that’s what happened with me! I drew the ice the seals are on and kept the coloring simple. It’ll be a fun bookmark for someone special.
These literary mice are at it again, typing poems for those they care about. Last week I had bookmarks to share and from that I expanded and also created a card using the same theme. However, with the card being larger, I was able to include more of the accessory stamps.