My stamping friend Allana provided this card as a swap at our team meeting in January. She used bits of ribbon in her shaker tube, which was very clever! I changed colors and changed up the greeting a little to make it a little easier as a make and take for my Birthday Card Bash. Wanted to share the instructions and some tips to make it super easy for you to make!
Sharing this bright and happy design from our recent Birthday Card Bash. I love how simple this card is to put together. If you take a color cue from the pretty paper you could create several of these in different colors to add to your stash and always have a card on hand when needed!
Take a look at this colorful, quick and easy Birthday card that I recently provided at my team meeting. It uses a fun new stamp set called Balloon Bash. Sounds perfect for a Birthday card doesn't it? I selected the color combination from the pretty paper on the card.
I always love having some quick & easy cards for birthdays! This one totally hits the mark for fast to prep and fast to put together! The color combination is perfect for any age, man or woman! Change up the pretty paper and colors to create different looks with the same layout!
I attended my third ever Leadership Conference this last week. I participated in an organized swap hosted by my friend Lyssa. I wanted to make sure I provided an elegant, but true to my style, easy card. I think this swap does that. Colorful, but easy to put together, this card would be right for any occasion!
This is a card I designed using a few new products. I love the new Hello You Thinlets so I knew I needed to use one of those on something! Also, the new Petal Potpourri stamp set and coordinating punch are so much fun! I loved one of the samples in the catalog so it was my inspiration. We all have plenty of people who deserve our thanks, so hopefully you will share this with someone special.
A card I created for our team meeting swap. It is a versatile and easy card that uses washi tape, embossed background, and little strip of DSP or ribbon! My card was inspired by the shaker card on page 4 of the Occasions catalog. Be sure you check out the alternate version!