Sunday, August 23, 2015

2 Thinking of You cards...

I have to admit, I made TONS of cards, and at least half of those cards are sitting in boxes waiting for the perfect time to send them to someone. I don't understand why I'm such a hoarder of my cards, but I am. I must be more diligent in sending out cards to friends and family, just whenever I'm thinking of them!
I'm happy to say; however, that these 2 cards have already been sent out.
Click below to see them!

The base of these 2 cards is just plain white cardstock from Georgia Pacific. It's a very heavy 80lb cardstock. I love the thickness and smoothness that it has. The smoothness and bright white of the cardstock makes other bright colors just POP.

For these 2 cards, I used flower stamps, although, because I received them in a lot of purchased stamps, I do not know the company name. They are clear stamps that were in no package, just on their plastic backing in a baggy. I really wish I knew the company, because these flowers are SO cute and I would love to see what other stamps the company has.

For these cards, I used Stampin' Up! Rich Razzleberry and Tempting Turquoise ink pads. I overlapped the flowers along the edge of the card. It adds a nice dimension to the flowers, even though they are flat.

The sentiment is from the K&Co. Amy Butler 'Lotus Greetings' stamp set. I just LOVE this stamp set. It's one of my favorites for some unique sentiments.

I only made these 2 cards for this set; however, after taking the pics of them I realized how nice they are, so I think I'm going to make a few other cards that are this same layout, and just use different flower stamps. I have tons of them! :)

Thanks for looking! Check back soon, I have lots more to share.

Keep on Craftin'
~Melisa Marie

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