I hope you had a fabulous weekend. Mine was great. :) Went to my niece's birthday party on Saturday, and yesterday I got to hang out with her a bit. I just wish I had HALF of her energy. :p
Well, let me warn you that today's post if photo heavy. Today I am sharing my World Card Making day projects. I actually began on Friday night and continued working on them for the rest of the following week. I decided to make a card set and I shopped my stash for every item. That's right! I restrained myself from going shopping, so I used what I had. Here we go-
I made 6 birthday cards total with various banner colors.
(Supplies: banner punch- Fiskars, scraps of cardstock & pattern paper, sentiment- Plaid, cupcake stamp- Studio G, glitter glue- Martha Stewart, sewing machine)
I made 6 baby cards of various styles but only photographed 1 type. Sorry.
(Supplies: pattern paper- Recollections & Echo Park, sequins, sentiment & stroller stamps- Unity Stamp Co., glitter glue- Martha Stewart, Distress Ink- Ranger)
(Supplies: cardstock- tan & solid colors, pattern paper, banner punch- Fiskars, black pen)
And since I didn't want to just place these in a gift bag, I decided to make a container/box for them. This was created from a frozen dinner package. :p I measured, scored, folded and stapled.
After: (Front side)
After: (Back side)
(Supplies: cardboard package or chipboard, pattern paper- Echo Park & others from stash, Mod Podge, Flower die cut- Anna Griffin, butterfly die-cut, watercolor pencils, lace ribbon, letter stickers)
Phewwww. That was a long one. Are you still there? I hope I didn't scare you off. If you are, thank you for hanging in there. :) Enjoy your afternoon and thank you for coming.