Happy Tuesday! (It is Tuesday right??) So, I thought I'd try my hand at posting some pictures today. I am still working out whether I'm just posting pictures of my projects or if I'll do tutorials at some point. But anyway, I made these cards several weeks ago during a very long period of unbearably cold weather. My plan was to send them out to remind people that summer would eventually get here and to
hang tight. Wouldn't you know as soon as I finally got them done....the weather started warming up!
I've noticed on most scrapbooking and card making blogs, the owner will put the "recipe" of the card on the post in case people want to make it themselves. So....who am I to mess with tradition?
Card #1 - (Standard A2) All cardstock from Stampin' Up, ribbon from my general stash, the blue part was embossed using the Cuttlebug (sorry, don't know the name of the folder). The stamp is from an unknown source of clear stamps. The bottom was punched with the Fiskars scallop boarder punch. The popcicle was cut using the Doodlecharms Cricut cartridge - image cut at 3 inches.
Card #2 (Standard A2) All cardstock from Stampin'Up, ribbon is grossgrain from Offray. The blue part was embossed using the Cuttlebug (dots folder). The stamp is from the unknown source of clear stamps. The bottom was punched with the Fiskars scallop board punch. The palm tree was also cut using Doodlecharms, cut at 3 inches.