Monday, 14 January 2013

Cards Designed by me!

I haven't posted anything about the cards that I make on this blog. So here goes!

This was a Thank you card I made for my sister with a Stamping Bella stamp. I chose this stamp because my sister is usually grumpy in the morning. Especially before she has a coffee.

This was a Thanksgiving card I made for my family. I made a few of them and sent them out in the mail. The stamp is from Stampin' Up. (A Tree for All Seasons set.) The sentiment is also from Stampin' Up. (Thankful set, I think)
This was a Halloween Card I made for my husband when he was deployed to Afghanistan. I put a lot of effort into it as  I wanted to cheer him up and since it was going such a long way it better be good! The stamps are from Stampin' Up.
This was a birthday card for my nephew. The stamp is from the "Creatures" set from Staving Artists stamps and the sentiment stamp is from Stampin' Up.

A Valentines' Day card. All supplies are from Stampin' Up.
This was a Thank you card for my son's teachers when he was in Headstart. I put a Starbucks coffee card inside each card. There were 6 teachers and therapists to thank that year. The stamps and ribbon are from Stampin' Up. The fabric which I sewed onto the black card stock was left over from the backing of my Coffee Themed Quilt. (I'll have to post that one up one of these days.)
This was a Thank you card for my son's Initiation hockey coaches. This stamp is from Stampin' Bella and I think it's called "Hockey-Mom-a-Bella". There were 5 coaches to thank so I made 5 cards.
How can you tell I'm Canadian eh? This was part of a set of cards I made as a gift for my son's female hockey coach who was a teen volunteer. I got the stamp at Michael's and the supplies are from my stash.

So those are a few of my handmade cards. If you need more details on the stamps or supplies please leave me a comment and I'll do my best to find more information. (Some of these were made three years ago.) Thanks for stopping by!

2 comments:

  1. Love them Anita. I do some cards too, not near as nice as yours! And to be honest... I have lost my time. Too little time with too much creativity inside me to do it all! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you! I hear you about time. There is never enough! I have so many things I want to do too! I learned a lot about making cards at the Gagetown Military Family Resource Centre from Stampin' Up consultants. I didn't make Christmas cards or tags this year. I just couldn't do it all. LOL! I must do a Christmas in July day (or week)this year and get them done early.

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