Hi everyone, just wanted to show a few of the Mother’s Day cards that I made this year:
I also wanted to share a picture of my Mom and I on my Wedding Day:
She is gone and I miss her so much, but I am so thankful to her for being such a great Mom! Happy Mother’s Day to all! “Be Good!” Debbie
I wanted to share with you a fun card that I made for my husband’s daughter to send to her daughter, who just passed the test to become a Realtor. I cut a rectangle for the house itself and embossed it with a polka dot embossing folder. The roof, window, and door are from a Memory Box house die set, the sun and clouds are from W plus 9, and the grass and tulips are from Impression Obsession. Then I just used my Office program on my computer to make her picture smaller and create the sign. I know she will love it! Best wishes Sadie, you will be great! “Be Good!” Debbie
It’s time for the Winter/Holiday Coffee Lovers Bloghop! It’s a fun showcase of cards for coffee, tea, and hot cocoa lovers. Here is my card for today:
I had in mind a cup of Christmas tea when I designed this. The cup is from Simon Says Stamp, it has the cup, spoon, and little sugar cube dies with it. I used American Crafts foil paper for the cup and spoon, and used clear Wink of Stella to make the cubes look shimmery. The sentiment is from Verve, a free digital set that they are offering called Cup of Kindness. I used my computer to change the color of the sentiment to match the card. I love this set, thank you Verve! I used Spellbinder floral ovals to cut it out. The poinsettia is from Memory Box and I cut it out with a sparkly flocked ribbon I got at a garage sale. The leaf is also from flocked ribbon. I love the look and the feel when you use it! The background paper is from Bo Bunny called the Silver and Gold Collection. A few rhinestones for accent and there you have it. Make sure you check out all of the talented people participating in the bloghop! “Be Good!” Debbie
Hi, I wanted to share my Thanksgiving cards with you today.
This one uses a Die-Versions die.
This one uses the My Favorite Things Pure Innocence Cornucopia girl.
This one uses the Memory Box turkey die. The sentiment is from Unity.
This card uses a stamp set from I Heart Papers, and another Unity sentiment.
This one I made from coordinating papers of a paper pack that I had in my stash. The thankful is from Reverse Confetti.
And finally, I made this one using a felt pumpkin that I cut off of a garland, colored with copics and used a little raffia as trim. Another Unity sentiment finishes it off.
Hope you all have a blessed Thanksgiving. I am so thankful for my family and all the blessings I have received from God this year. “Be Good!” Debbie