I am trying to send out a card every couple of days to my friend with leukemia. He has to be in a protective environment for awhile, since the chemo leaves you unable to fight infection. So with very limited visitors I thought I would do what I could to let him know I'm thinking about him. No cricut on this one, just a computer generated sentiment, nestibilities and some Ellison corner die cuts. Flowers are Prima's and I added some rain dots and buttons. The paper is Scenic Route north Shore collection and cardstock is Bazill. I know when he gets well, I'm really going to catch some flack about all those flowers! Thanks for looking!
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
I made this card for a friend who was just diagnosed with leukemia. He's having a rough time of it and has just finished a pretty intensive round of chemo. Faith was cut from Home Accents solution cartridge and I really don't remember what size. The calling bird was cut from joys of the season and once again I didn't write down the size. Thanks for looking and happy crafting.
Posted by Kathy at 1:15 PM
Monday, March 2, 2009
Every year my sister and her family have a St. Patricks Day party. I thought these would make perfect party favors. Each seed packet holds some green jelly beans. The Shamrocks were cut from the Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge at 1 3/4" and 3/4". The packets are personalized with name and town.
Posted by Kathy at 9:07 AM
This is the first card I made with the Wild Card cartridge, (of course I choose the easiest one)
But this is great for a quick card. I cut the envelope first at fit to page, let it calculate and then cut the card at that size. I don't have my notes in front of me but I think it was 5 1/2"
Posted by Kathy at 9:04 AM