Okay, so here we have another very flat and mailable card and one more card for the slowly growing stash! The rhinestones should not add enough bulk to make a difference. I could not help but distress this one though it may have looked just peachy without the distressing - that would have seemed way too easy though - ya know like cheating, lol! This is one of those lovely designer papers that allows you to just let the paper do the work - quick and easy peasy! (Well sometimes - other times I can't figure out for the life of me how to work them into a design!)
I would like to share at Shopping Our Stash where the challenge is "Critters" - I like birds while my Dad and sister can't stand them, lol! I guess I willl avoid sending them this one!
I would also like to share at Christmas Card Challenges.
Now, these next two were made by my youngest son. He is the best kid - ever since I made a Christmas card a few weekends ago to get my stash started, he has been listening to Christmas music, looking at Christmas books and asking me if I have any Christmas presents to wrap because he LOVES wrapping gifts!!! He has also been hunting for the Sears Wish Book to start his wish list, lol! I guess I might have passed my love for Christmas on - BUT besides making Christmas cards here and there, I must admit that even I don't really feel like wrapping Christmas gifts in June! lol So if any of you eager shoppers out there have a stash ready to wrap, you might consider hiring my son!
Aren't these the cutest? I allow him to raid my "never made it on the card or layout" stash whenever he makes cards, which is pretty fun really - maybe I should make more cards that way...
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What I used:
papers - My Mind's Eye - All is Bright 6x6
flower rhinestones - CTMH (very old)