This month I participated in another Bazzill Card Swap using the Miss Teagen Sue paper line. These papers are beautiful shades of pinks. I wanted to use multiple papers on my card design, so I relied on an oldie but goodie. Remember when I made the masculine cards last summer? I recreated that look here for girly, birthday cards. The original idea was from Nancy Riley’s blog. I avoided using extra embellishments on this version that would make it thick, so these will be perfect for mailing.
Lots of fun to make. And since I made them at a crop last weekend, here is a photo of my workspace. After working at Archiver’s, the assembly line method always seems more efficient.
I felt inspired to make a few different cards with the scraps. Something simple to send for a future occasion. And this photo highlights that I lined all of the envelopes for the cards. Very simple to do with a sheet of 6″ by 6″ paper!
Soon I will receive ten cards back from Bazzill from other crafters. All of my posts have been about cardmaking lately, but I have been knitting and spinning as usual. I even worked on my t-shirt quilt last weekend at the crop. But no finished products to show yet. Maybe next time!