Happy Friday Friends!
We have arrived on the final day of the GIU Giveaway. I hope you have enjoyed the cards I have so far shared with you. But no worries, I have seven (!!) more cards to share with you today! All of these are very simple, so I will keep my comments and instructions to the minimum, otherwise we will never get through today’s blog post. If you have any questions, as always please feel free to post below in the comment section and I will answer them by this weekend.
And because we are coming to an end of the GIU week with today’s post, and if you like the style of my cards, I would like to ask you to please consider subscribing to my blog at bottom left corner of this page. I would also ask that you follow me on Instagram because I don’t get to write about all my cards, but I try to post most of my cards on Instagram, so you will get to see a lot more cards there if you check out my photos. When you have a little bit of time, take a look at my Halloween cards (make sure to swipe left to see the inside of the cards as well).
Okay, now let’s get back to today’s cards. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the wreath builder! It’s so versatile and it’s therapeutic to me. I get lost in stamping. And I don’t worry about anything else. And when I have a little more time, I can make all my stamped panels into cards.
As some of you know, I travel for work, so these are also super easy and fun to take along if I think I will have time in the evening. All I need is Mini Ink Cubes (because those are my favorites to stamp wreath builder images with), small stamps and a MISTI. Also, in my opinion, Unity has some of the most beautiful flower images in their Circle of Friends stamp set.
Let’s start taking a look at these cards. Here is what you will need for your projects:
- White card stock
- Colored card stock for the background
- Mini Ink Cubes
- Red & White pearls
- Birthday go round Stamp Set from Unity
- Circle of Friend from Unity
On this last card, you could stamp a regular square panel and after you are finish, you would cut it in the middle. Then you place one of the cut pieces on top and the other on bottom of a regular card.
I think this concludes our little card journey this week. I want to sincerely THANK YOU for stopping by and spending a little time on my blog this week and leaving so many wonderful and encouraging comments. Please don’t forget to comment for another chance to win today. I will post winners by beginning of next week (no later than Tuesday), so please check back to see if you won.
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Wishing you a wonderful and crafty weekend!