I missed posting about this card too. I sent it to my local gift shop for sale back in the winter. This card is similar to the last one I posted. The flowers are one big embossed sticker that I couldn’t help but use, and the stamp, ink, and thread are all from Stampin’ Up. (The thread is the Old Olive Linen Thread.) I’ve had the patterned paper awhile now and thought it was just lovely; I love the lattice look with flowers because of the trellis idea. I believe the die-cut card base is from Studio G. It’s a 5×5 card with the lip cut off into a decorative shape – so I matched pretty striped paper from DCWV for the inside since the strip would show through to the front.
This is a card I made back in the winter for my local gift shop that I neglected posting to social media until now. I love the delicate details of this one! The flower bouquet is embossed—I think the set was from K & Company—and the lattice paper is from Stampin’ Up (the Delightfully Detailed Laser-Cut Specialty Paper, available only until June 4 or until supplies last: https://www.stampinup.com/ecweb/product/146907/delightfully-detailed-laser-cut-specialty-paper), and I inked the lattice and background slightly with Distress Ink as well. The beautiful ribbon is Stampin’ Up’s Blushing Bride color, and the ink I used on the sentiment is also from SU.
The inside of the two similar cards in the last post. This is the Mother’s Day one. I’ve omitted the hearts for the friendship card. I really like this saying. Seemed just right. 🙂
A throwback to a masculine lightbulb card I made previously.
Since I’m recovering from being sick and haven’t been in the craft room, I thought I’d take the next few posts to show cards I previously created and didn’t post to social media. Some of them were or are listed on my Etsy shop and some have sold privately. . . . I had fun creating this masculine card with retired materials from SU. I inked and distressed the edges and used Distress Stickles on the filament inside the light bulb. Thought I’d “grunge” it up a bit. . . . #thelittlewhatnotshop #constantlycreating #masculinecards #lightbulbs #youlightupmylife #summerstarfruit #sudsp
Progress on my first diamond painting (or what to take to do on vacation!)
An update to my train layout. I realized I’d forgotten to carry over the year from the red version. As the layout was different (other than the photos), I had to find a new location for it too. #thelittlewhatnotshop #heritagescrapbooking