A very simple child's birthday card. The circles are punched out from different sizes of cardstock. You can't see it but under the horse it does say "Happy Birthday". This card is great to use up all those scraps of paper you have sitting around!!
One of the cards we made in February stamp club: a lego birthday card. Of course my lego expert here at home tells me that there aren't many orange legos anymore..but it still looks like legos. He was impressed, which means a lot coming from a 12 year old boy. :)
This is the coordinating address book I made to go with the card container, filled with lots of cards. I bought the blank address book from Oriental Trading Company and embellished it. I will post a few of my cards in the coming days.
I haven't made one of these in such a long time! A friend asked me to make something for her child's school auction. I decided to make a stack of cards and have them in an embellished card container. Last minute I added an address book, which I will post later. Anyway..I think I am going to do this for my childrens' school auction!
Our second card we made this month is more of a winter theme. The base of the card is Espresso and we stamped the tree in the same ink. We used the white gel pen to give the look of snow on the limbs. We then tore white paper and layer (which you can see in this photo) underneath the tree to look like snow. We used Stickles (well..SU! brand which is in the Holiday mini) to accent the snow on the tree and on the ground to make the card sparkle!
This month we started early with a Christmas theme. This it the first card we made using some old designer paper from Stampin' Up. We used the Stitched Stocking set and punch from the current Holiday Mini Catalog, which I like! Added a jingle bell for little pop! The bell on the left is gold and the one on the right is silver and smaller. I cased this card from Splitcoaststampers.