Hello Once Again:
I haven't forgotten what I promised. I just spent the day working on getting my Christmas cards that I've already made, addressed and stamped. Those will go out in tomorrow's mail. This card was made for my neices Maya & Sarah and I used the sketch at Sketch Saturday's #80. I don't have any Whiff of Joy stamps but I used the word JOY in my creation. :O) Maybe you can tell it's an easel card. I recently learned this technique for a challenge and I do love to make these. Ingredients:
Alota Rubber Stamps (image), Crate Paper (pattern paper), Fred She Said (poinsettia digi die cuts), Stickles, Art Institute Glitter, Spicas, Fiskars (corner punch), EK Success (border punch), Keep In Touch (ribbon, Santa sticker, Joy brad)
I'd like to offer a little Thank You to Marion Evans for turning me on to Fred She Said. I love their flowers! Thanks Myrt.
That's it for today. It has been a REALLY long day. I addressed and stamped 25 cards and I still have 20 more to MAKE, address and stamp. But tomorrow the TV repair man is coming so I don't know what time I'll be getting back to it. Saturday I am attending a Stampin' Up! class to make 20 more cards. I have NEVER been to ANY classes on card making. Wish me luck.
Betty aka ZacksNana
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