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A Special card between a mother and son

My cousin wanted a very special card for her sons birthday. He loves to fish but also she’s says he’s her super hero. We put our heads together and came up with this card that fit both. Some won’t get the two themes together, but they don’t need to. It’s something special between the two of them. I received a blessing designing and making this card. I created the cut file to make it in Cricut Design Space. The vest was created all from adding a shape like a circle, square, triangle and octagon. The slice feature allowed me to make the shapes.


6 X 6 magnet closure Card, card front.


Inside the fishing vest.


Special message inside the card.

18th. Birthday Card 

My cousin and I saw this type of card on Pinterest. So with that in mind we set out to create this version for her grandsons 18th. Birthday. 

Front of card.
Card open.

5th. In my series 2017 Quilt Retreat Box and Card Set

I wanted this years set to represent the double wedding ring pattern. I think I really like this set.The Set holds 3 each of two designs.

Front of the book box closed.

Book binding edge.
Back side of the book box.

Open edge of book box.
Open view of the book box showed pocket with two note tags and housing for 6-8 cards.

Anniversary Bookmark Card

I made this Bookmark card for my husband to celebrate our 31st. Anniversary. He’s an avid reader, I thought that this way instead of being filled away somewhere not to be seen he would see its message every time he reads.

The back has a blank area for the message.

Inspiration Jars

While my daughter was down from Wisconsin for a mother daughter visit.

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We created these gifts for friends and coworkers. They are designed around each person and each one is filled with little notes of inspiration. Each day they can take one out and read it and start their day with a smile of encouragement.

 

Fourth in the Series Quilt Retreat Box Card Set

 

Quilt retreat for 2016 had two sessions this year,  so I did two sets one for each week. It was the fifth year celebration and the color was blue. I’m a very visual person and blue is out of my comfort zone of colors I like to work with. With that said I think the sets came out pretty well.

I also added a little gift box  for each person who attended as a keepsake for fifth year. For some there was a little something extra in their box, a little beaded scissor fob to adorn their favorite tiny scissors. No one knew who would receive the extra gift for each box contained something. It was fun to watch and see who received them.

These are the little scissor fobs that were inside some of the boxes.