Hi there everyone! Man I just feel like the time is slipping away from me every day. I always have a hard time adjusting to the time change. I used to come home from work and have time to get a few things done before heading to the park, but with the light fading so early we have to leave almost as soon as I'm home from work. You'd think I'd just do all I need to do after we get home from park, but it's not working out like that. We get home from the park and I need to get going on dinner and I blink and it's late and I haven't done anything! All I can say is TGIF!
My first card today is the last one I did from last week's featured stamper challenge. If you like to see the card I CASE you can see it here. And here is my version
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This is a shadow box card. They are easy to make and I think make the card appear a little more special. The instructions can be found HERE. My image is called Make A wish Cake and was drawn by Robin Willis. I colored with Copic markers and added some stickles to the cake and candle flames. Waiting for the stickles to dry was the thing that took the longest in making this card.
My next card is another from the Stamp-a-Stack we did last weekend.
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Isn't this very vintage looking? We used Crumb Cake card stock for the base and stamped some bells from the Bells and Boughs stamp set all over it with Crumb Cake ink. Then the Christmas Postcard image was stamped on vanilla card stock in Suede ink. We distressed the edges and attached it to a panel of Soft Suede card stock. The border was punched with the eyelet border punch and layered over Real Red card stock. I think this would be pretty with a little color added to the image too.
Well, I hope you all enjoy your Friday to it's fullest and thanks so much for stopping by to see what I've done!