During the process of making my best friend's wedding invitations earlier this year, I had lots of cut materials and stamped images left over. I made several cards with some of them (click here and here to see), and I made note cards which were placed on the wedding reception tables (top right of the picture below) for guests to write messages on.
Last Friday, I managed to clear my craft desk and craft room floor... woot!!!
Then I came across a bunch more leftovers from the wedding invitations - more of the samplers I made for my friend. So I made three big cards (8.5 x 5.5) using some of these leftovers. Making this post first of a series of three.
For this first card, I went for a vertical design using this image cut with Cricut Expressions and sentiment originally made for the wedding invitation slider.
Most of the tools I used are edge punches by Martha Stewart and EK Success. The embellishments are mainly by Prima (washi tape and trim).
cardstock/dp: The Paper Company, leftovers
tools: Cricut, Spellbinders, Martha Stewart, EK Success
embellishments: Prima, Darice
adhesive: Scotch, Glue Dots, mounting tape
It sure feels great to make cards again. Looking back at my old blog posts, the last card I made was in early June. That was almost three months. It's time to catch up with the card making.
'Til next blog!