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Saturday, August 27, 2022

Grad Card

Here is a quick and simple grad card I made for my nephew. I used some very old grad paper I have stored. Not my favorite paper but worked in a pinch. My nephew will just throw it away anyways 😆
I actually used stickers for the sentiments on and in his card. 
I have some cutouts stored for quick use. This one was cut with my Cricut I think long ago ðŸĪŠ

Men’s Birthday Card

Here is a birthday card I made for my dad with some old pattern paper I had on hand. I love how it came out. 
I used this sketch from Sketch Saturday  as my inspiration! 
I always decorate the inside of my cards and used some fun sentiments on this one. I can’t remember the company that made these stamps. I believe I got them on Amazon. 

 I am entering into the sketch challenge at Sketch Saturday-

Sunday, August 21, 2022

Dragonfly Card

 Here is a birthday card for my sister. She loves dragonflies. 

This paper pack is K & Company Best of Brenda Walton.

The dragonfly is a Stampin Up stamp. I colored it with Copic markers and added some glitter to make it sparkle. 

Saturday, August 20, 2022

More Birthday Cards

 I made a couple more cards from my new paper pack, Recollections It’s Your Day.

I always decorate the inside of my cards too. Here they are!

Sunday, August 14, 2022

Birthday Card

 Hello! It has been a long while since I have posted cards I have made. I am not crafting as much since becoming a stay at home mom and my husband turned my craft room into his office 😭 

However I am going to try hard to start posting again! Starting with a fun card I made based on a sketch challenge! Haven’t done this in forever! 

I used a lot of different papers from the same pack. Recollections It’s Your Day 
The stamp is from an old set I have by Stampendous.

I love to decorate the inside of my cards as well. Here it is.

Saturday, January 15, 2022

Shadow Box Banks

 This years way to give teenagers money!  

I have so many nieces and nephews that are older and just would love to get money for Christmas and I am not a big fan of just giving money so I always try to find a creative way to give it to them. This year I made these links out of shadowbox frames. I bought a set of eight shadowbox frames from Michael’s and order them online. They were very reasonably priced that way. My husband drilled a slot on the top for the money to be able to go into. I added some cute scrapbook paper in the back of the frame and vinyl cut using my silhouette their names, easy Peezy!

All the kiddos like these quite a bit. And I figure they will have long-term use for them to continue to add their money to you. And it’s just a picture frame so you just open the back like you would a frame to get your money out.