Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Music Notes

Wow, it's been a while since I have posted. The Christmas season sure kept me busy! During the hustle and bustle of the season, I managed to find time to make these cute cards. I made several of them and gave them to a few special people as a gift. I got to finally break in the music notes wheel. It was the first thing I fell in love with when the catalog came out, and have not used it until now. I left off a sentiment so the cards can be used for any occasion. I had so much fun making these cards. Don't you just love it when you create something that is so simple and effortless that turns out beautiful? Well, I do! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and I have LOTS of fun new stuff coming up ahead... including new catalogs, new stamps, monthly classes and AWESOME events!!! Be sure to check back soon!

stamps: music notes wheel, God's Beauty (retired)
paper: pear pizzaz, cherry cobbler, daffodil delight, marina mist, very vanilla
ink: pear pizzaz, cherry cobbler, daffodil delight, marina mist, early espresso
other: ribbon, scallop border punch

Friday, December 10, 2010

Quick and Easy

Here is a quick and simple card that I made. This is a perfect card to mass produce for those occasions that require a handful of Thank You cards. I used the For All You Do stamp set and the Curly Label Punch. Couldn't be easier!

Friday, December 3, 2010

Holiday Hostesses

I made these cute festive gifts for my Hostesses having Holiday Workshops this month. This is what the front looks like all tied up ready to be opened.

This is the inside. I decorated some candybars with Deck the Halls Designer Series Paper and tied a cute ribbon around them and made a cute snowflake tag. These gifts are so cute and I'm sure my Hostesses will love them! If you are interested in Hostessessing a fun workshop with your friends just give me a call! I am starting to fill up my January/Febrary schedule and would love to include YOU! Sale-a-bration is just around the corner, and it would be a PERFECT time to host a workshop!