It’s been a busy few months with Sale-A-Bration. First of all, Thank you to all my customers for your support and patronage AND to the wonderful new people who have joined my team. I had 4 new people join the JEN’s INK team over Sale-A-Bration. They know a bargain when they see one. Welcome to them all. I love my team whether they are hobby demos loving the discount or striving to build up their business. BUT, Thank you to you all for visiting my blog. I would love to talk to you in person and love to say Hello. I love talking to people about cardmaking and sharing ideas. It’s always so exciting. We can all learn from each other. Thanks for stopping by in your busy day. Don’t be scared to leave a comment now and then. 🙂
Now we move on from Sale-A-Bration and from Easter. This past week I have been making my swaps for Onstage this coming weekend. This is such a fun event for Demonstrators held in locations all over the world. It’s too early for sharing my swaps yet but stay tuned in the next week and I can share them.
Today’s card I realised I hadn’t shared with you yet. I made this for my niece who recently got engaged in January. When I went to check on the photo to share with you today I realised it’s not the best photo. BUT I have already sent it so I hope it gives you an idea. This is with her favourite Stampin’ Up! colour Island Indigo.
A Whisper White card mat is embossed with the Scattered Sequins Embossing Folder. A piece of Island Indigo was cut with the Detailed Floral Thinlits and adhered directly to the white card. I left a section on the left of the Island Indigo card to allow for the sentiment and the ribbon. The sentiment is from Vertical Greetings which fitted well in the space. I thought I had added some Rhinestones or Pearls to the sentiment but obviously after the photo was taken. 😉 Some of that gorgeous White Organza Ribbon was wrapped around the card mat before adhering to the Island Indigo base. It was a very quick card and time was limited but I can report she LOVED it. So that’s all that matters.
Thanks for stopping by today. I will be back with more creating very soon,