Friday, March 28, 2014

Greetings Near and Far

I needed to make a card for an upcoming baby shower, and since I don't have an baby or children supplies on hand, I used patterns that coordinate with the nursery theme my girlfriend has chosen. I couldn't decide what sentiment to put on the front, so instead opted to leave it blank. Since it's going with her gift, I think it'll be ok. ;)


I used a sheet of paper from the Best of Basic Grey paper pad, a scrap piece of wood grain paper, and a round label sticker by October Afternoon. I have such a hard time using stickers, yet have plenty, so this was perfect for layering.


Apparently I was in a card making mood, because the next morning I put together another card. I'm thinking I might send it to my sister because it's been a while since I've mailed anything to her. The pretty feather paper came from the February 4"x6" paper pad from Studio Calico, and then I cut a couple of feathers out of some scraps I had.


I sprinkled some Heidi Swapp Color Shine in White on both cards. I don't know if you've tried it, but it's not opaque, it's more transparent, and adds a nice touch of shimmer.


Hope you have a fab weekend!

10 comments:

  1. These are so pretty, Elise! I love that you chose to coordinate the baby card with the decor rather than trying to find a baby collection. Great idea and so creative! Love the feather card too. Such pretty, soft colors!

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  2. your cards are beautiful!!!! loving them them both

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  3. Great idea for coordinating with decor, love the little butterfly and the stitching you added to it, the second card is so pretty and delicate. I use perfect pearls, radiant pearls and it's just like HW color shine white..just addes a nice bit of glimmer. I am sure your receipents will love these cards!

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  4. I love the stitching on these, it makes them look dreamy! x

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  5. Beautiful cards... love the colors in the second one! And the shimmer that the Heidi Swapp Color Shine adds to projects is gorgeous!

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  6. Beautiful cards, I LOVE that you used green thread, it's awesome with the pink patterned paper !

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  7. Both cards are beautiful.
    I love the second one, I love the matching butterfly :)
    I also love that you are sending your sister a "just because" card…I really need to do more of those.

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