I know many of us were sad when Teeny Tiny Wishes retired last month but now we get to use Itty Bitty Greetings! There are so many pretty fonts and sayings in this set. I created this card also at Susan’s downline gathering last month.
A few weeks ago I participated in a swap where I sent in 20 cards and got 20 in return. Now I didn’t have much in the way of new product at the time because I was waiting to order until I could get the new catalogs. I had exactly enough Mint Macaron cardstock left over from when it was an In-Color and exactly enough of the Mint Macaron twine from OnStage to make these cards…and I mean EXACTLY. I didn’t have enough to make one for me to keep. Now I need to remember the dimensions so I can make one to put on my own display board. 🙂 Fortunately I thought to take a photo before sending them off.
This past weekend I held a Stamp-a-Stack at my house where we created 12 cards, 3 each of 4 designs. This is the third post sharing the cards this week.
I don’t know the original inspiration for this card since I saw it so long ago but I somewhat followed this card by Lyssa Griffin Zwolanek and this one by Tami White. The slit is 1 1/2″ long at the halfway point.
Also, today is the last day to order any of the retiring products that haven’t sold out yet!
This past weekend I held a Stamp-a-Stack at my house where we created 12 cards, 3 each of 4 designs. This is the second of the cards I’m sharing this week.
I wasn’t a huge fan of some of the Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper and this was a great way to use the paper but not overwhelm the card. I’m not sure why the Rhinestones appear yellow on all of the cards but I didn’t color them. I was inspired by this card created by Chiaki Haverstick. The new catalog starts this Friday and it has a beautiful new butterfly die that I need to try this with.