This card was made for a friends 80th birthday.
This box card was for my friend Joan Buttignol in celebration of her 80th birthday.
It is a box card so it folded flat for mailing but pops up into a box so it can stand by itself.
Joan loves nature so I thought she would enjoy this card.
This is the St. Patrick’s Day Box card I made for a former Irish pastor. I wish I could see his face when he opens it.
My first grandson was born a month early and the lovely ladies in NICU did such a great job with not only him but with helping my daughter. This was a little thank you for them.
This is a card I made for our new priest. He had an anniversary soon after he joined our parish.
A new technique for me, that I enjoyed trying. On patterned paper, I took a butterfly stamp and stamped with clear embossing powder.
Then I took ink and shaded. A bit of embellishment and wallah! A quick and pretty card!
This card was for my niece. I enjoyed making it for her. I would be quite easy to do it in school colors. On the inside I used a picture of her school and the bottom is a pocket to slip a bit of college funding.
These are cards I made just using the printer and a bit of embossing an edge.
I used the child’s names to make each cross.
These cards were fun to do and not as hard as they look. They did take a bit of time though. It was hard to find some of the Easter embellishments that I wanted but I made do.
To the right are some of the cards ready fir mailing. On the back I left space for a hand written note.
This was a card for my mother.
I was trying to send her a card a day. With the plan of most of the cards being handmade. I would spend hours on the weekend making cards that I would send during the week. I always wanted room to write something personal, either boosting her spirits or something about what was happening here. This was an attempt of a folding card. I liked the way it turned out and should have made some more similar ones right away so I would remember how everything fit together.