Well, sometimes I just enjoy the process of creating my projects and I don’t spend the time sharing them on my blog and sometimes there are other reasons (like I haven’t given the card yet and I don’t want it to be a spoiler!) I am applying for Lori Whitlocks’ Creative Team and noticed that there were many projects that I’ve done with Lori’s files that I haven’t published here, so I’m gonna share them now. I’ll try to at least give you the links to the files from the Silhouette store, we’ll see how far I get, LOL!
this also uses the digital papers from Lori’s Christmas Day collection that I printed out – I would have loved to have used print and cut, but my Silhouette was not playing nice with me the other day, so I did it a fairly low-tech way instead.
birthday cake pop up card (created and designed by my daughter, Erin – I thought she did a great job!)
One of the cards in a set I gave to staff at my son’s school (I used the school colors of bright blue and white for as many of the designs as I could.)
5×7 box card: birthday (adapted to use birthday labels by Carta Bella)
I had a ton of fun creating this card for my nephew!
My sister’s birthday card – she is a Stamin’ Up! demonstrator and loves blue so I used SU! blue papers. It does say “looks good on you” on the very front yellow panel, but it didn’t turn out in the photo. I have to admit, the Stickles went on a little too thick, LOL! Don’t you love the sweet banner and the little bows, though? Just wonderful!
My first shaker card for my niece who is very sweet!
A card for my SIL who teaches first grade and always talked about the nieces and nephews as her “favorite first grader” when they were that age!
This and the next card were for a card set that I gave as a gift to someone special to me! I felt they would be elegant cards for an elegant person!
That about wraps it up for now. I know I have more, but I thought it’d be fun to share these today!
I hope you have a fabulous day!
Thanks for spending part of it here with me!