This is the third Swap Card that I prepared to swap with other demonstrators for the Milwaukee OnStage Local convention. This is a classic layout in a simple color palette that gets all it's WOW from the layered punched embellishments.
This was the second of three swap cards that I prepared for the Milwaukee OnStage Local convention. I saw a similar card on Pinterest done in non-Stampin' Up product. I also added some simple embellishments to dress the card up a little. This could easily be used as a sympathy card if needed.
If you love snowflakes on your cards and not on your sidewalks then this is the project for you! Shades of blue with lots of glimmer, sparkle, and shine. Stamping the greeting on a vellum banner adds a special touch. I plan to use this color combination and stamp set for several projects this card making season.
If you are like me, you never have a sympathy card when you need it. Then you scramble to put something together to try to convey the heaviness of your heart. It happens to me more often than I care to mention. When I saw the Woodland embossing folder with the beautiful birch trees I pictured it embossed softly on vellum cardstock. I love the classic design of this card, that I will be able to change out the colors and stamp set for the seasons. I plan to make several of these to have on hand when I need them. Hope you will give it a try as well.
Spooky is when the full moon turns into a ghoul moon. Spooky Town is when the whole village decked out for Halloween. Just listen and you might hear a wolf baying at that moon! Follow along to learn how to make your very own eerie street scene.