I received a wonderful RAK right before Easter. It came at a time when I was having a bad day. Talk about a wonderful and instant pick me up!! I was all smiles after that. I think everyone should practice the art of sending RAK’s.
I sat down and made a thank you to send to Heather B who blessed me with that RAK. Here is the thank you. The card stock I used for the card was chocolate chip so I put a scalloped circle on the inside to write my sentiment to her. I hope she likes it! I had so much fun making it.
Until next time…
I finally completed the nesting tag. I purchased this kit from Donna Downey. You too can purchase it here. I had a lot of fun making this tag, as well as my ocd kicked in and I had to clean and reorganize my crafting desk. I know, I know, get over it. But I felt better! 😀
I hope you enjoy!
A quick tip for the tag, when getting ready to stamp the back tag, I laid the front tag on top and used my distress ink on a sponge and inked where the windows would be. Much easier to see where to stamp the words.
A funny to leave you with….have I mentioned how much I LOVE adhesive?!
Until next time!
My Donna Downey tag kit arrived today. I never order kits online. Nope, NEVER. I love the stamp set included in this tag kit. I will be making it tomorrow and posting it after. I’ll also link you up where you can order a tag kit of your own. I could be a downer and say I was disappointed in the shipping/handling charge. But I’m not going to. Why? Because this is just another excuse to craft. Like I need one anyway! pfft!
So tomorrow be ready for awesomeness. Donna Downey is a very talented artist and I’m excited to be making one of her tag designs!
Until next time..
I have a new craft blog! About time, right?! I took a break from blogging while I decided which blog site to use. While making those incredibly difficult decisions 😉 I did still craft. I’ll bring you partially up to date. And no, this isn’t everything I’ve made recently.
I still participate in the birthday club at Splitcoast Stampers. That is SO much fun! When I make these cards, I make approximately 15-20 at a time. I love making the scallop cards because they are easy and quick to mass produce. I’ve decided I will use these until I hit August then I will switch to a new card. That will be a year of using them, so everyone on my list will get new ones. And of course, I’m usually late. But not after this weekend! I will post about that later.
Ok, so here is what I’ve been doing! I will post a tutorial later on how I make my scallop birthday cards. I know they are everywhere but I just love them! And you will notice how I use both ribbon and baker’s twine.
My scallop BRAK cards.
Simple, easy and enjoyable! Best part of making scallop cards.
Until next time!