Ok first off let me say - ooopsie! I didn't realise it had been so long since I had blogged. No real excuse except life has been busy - don't know if anyone is still following, would love it if you do if you could leave me a comment and say hi.
Anyway, I have been creating lots, just not blogging about it. My xmas cards are well underway however today I needed to get on with making a card for my stepmother. As the WORST stepdaughter in the world I pretty much always forget her birthday - so this year I am getting organised early (her birthday is in 5 days) and the card is ready.
I was inspired by a gorgeous CAS card that Catherine Pooler posted over at Stampnation which is a fabulous site full of amazing videos and inspiration that never ceases to amaze me. I originally saw the video and within about ten minutes pulled together a xmas card. That was yesterday. Today however I pulled out a piece of DSP and cut into it, originally intending on making just one card. However while I was trying to figure out which of the colours I would use I realised that actually - out of just one small strip of DSP, using the basic layout I could make 4 different cards.
And so I did.
Here is the resulting set..... Im really in love with it. Can you guess which one I will send to my stepmother?? Which is your favourite.
Would LOVE to hear from you
Colours - Tangerine Tango, Crisp Cantaloupe, Pistachio Pudding, Island Indigo, Soft Suede, Very Vanilla
Stamps: A word for you (retired) Sincere Salutations (retired)
Accessories: various buttons and ribbon from my stash. Elegant butterfly punch, doily