Archive | May 5, 2014

Anniversary Card

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This is the card I made this year for my Husband on our Anniversary. When I saw the dragonfly stamp I knew I had to use it for a card for him. The inside says why, I used the Buzz and Bumble Paper Collection. He now looks for a hand made card every year. The card is a standard size card, and the inside was done on my computer using the color setting to match our desert sand color. I love being able to match our colors for the inside of the cards. Close To My Heart is just the best and provides us with great supplies to create beautiful pieces of Art.

A Tiny 2″ Treat Bag

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This is a tiny 2″ gift box done from the Ivy Lane Paper Collection. Very simple for it is so small and doesn’t need a lot of embellishing. It was quick and easy and only took about 35 minutes to make. I used the Cards and More Basket pattern to create the box and then embellished it. Remember to get the Cards and More Basket pattern from Inking From The Heart to make this. I just made it a lot smaller and left off the side panels that are in the full version of the basket. It is perfect for just a few pieces of candy or a little trinket of sorts as a thank you to someone.

Cards and More Basket Pattern by Madeline Morcelo of Inking From The Heart Blogspot.

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Madeline Morcelo’s pattern “Cards and More Basket” is a great pattern. You can find it on her blog Inking From The Heart. She does such beautiful design work, I love  her work so much. These are a few of my versions of the pattern. The Black and White are done from the For Always Paper Collection. The Red, Black and White one was done for a teacher Anita Shackelford and The Blue one was done for the other teacher Joan Knight. They were the teachers at the Retreat my husband and I attended in April. They give so much to us in product and in knowledge that I wanted to do something nice for them. They were liked and a big hit at the retreat. The pattern is so easy, be sure and go to Madeline’s blog and purchase the pattern. It is only a $5.00 pattern, you will love it. It has great instructions and very easy to follow.