The Scrapbooking/Stamping/crafting/papercrafting/cardmaking (did I cover it all?) Industry is all abuzz with news Of WORLD CARD MAKING DAY tomorrow.
In respect of this I put together 2 simple little cards using some of the scraps I had left from last months Spread Your Wings kit from WWW.SCRAPBOOKOBSESSIONS.COM These are really simple simple non complicated cards that any skill level could make.
That is what I like about making cards. It is a fun sentiment to give to someone. They enjoy it and I enjoy giving it to them to brighten their day.
This card didn't take that long to make. I will be making a ton more cards to donate to the Fall Festival at Bella's School. This is one of their BIGGEST fund raisers. All of the proceeds go to keeping the costs down so these children get the best education they can.
IF you could see the things these children are doing you would be amazed. It just has me in awe. Just love that we are apart of this place. :)IT blesses the parents as well as the children.
Here is another Card. I thought this would make a good Wedding, Anniversary, Valentines, You could use it for so much,
The inside of these cards are blank. With a white insert so you can put your own sentiment. SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Get started making cards today! Replenish your stash and start making others smile. Just to say hi, or maybe you have birthdays or want to get started on the upcoming holidays. :)
I will have some tutorials up soon. Tomorrow I am going to be making MORE CARDS and showing you some more ideas of things you can do to celebrate WORLD CARD MAKING DAY.
SO do you have big plans? Will you be making cards? TELL ME HERE IN THE REPLIES. I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU.
Also TODAY the 4th quarter edition of STAMPING* STATIONERY* AND SCRAPBOOKING at Hobby LOBBY should hit the shelves. It is the Fall Halloween THanksgiving and Christmas Edition. YOU SHOULD NOTE THERE IS A 40% coupon on the BACK COVER OF THE MAGAZINE ALSO!! BE sure to use YOUR COUPON!! ( See if you recognize the little girly on pages 9, 10, 16 and 43)