It's Thursday and time for another card CASE (copy and share everything).
Before I became a demonstrator 19 years ago this month I had a huge collection of cards. I would buy assorted cards in boxes when I found some I liked. So making cards seemed like a natural idea.
So when I saw this box on page 85 I naturally wanted to make a card.
My mother created a scrapbook in the late 1950's full of cards she received when I was born and my first few Birthdays. As a child, I would sit and page through the scrapbook looking at all the fun and beautiful cards.
While stamping can include a variety of projects I think my focus on cards in my business comes from my love of cards.
Notice the envelope coordinates with the paper featured on the card?
Did you know you can make your very own envelopes to go with your cards in over 66 different sizes using our Envelope Punch Board?
Easy to read directions right on the surface of your board so you never lose them. Notice the easy to read measurements along the top.
A handy storage spot right on the board for your scoring tool so you don't have to hunt around you stamp room saving valuable stamping time.
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Are you like me and love coordination no matter what it is?
- Matching paper plates and napkins for the picnic
- Matching envelope and cards
- Matching sock with your outfit
- Table cloth with plates
- Matching jewelry with your outfit
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Donna Sicafuse says
Love how your friendship with Alison goes across the border—Thanks for showing and sharing your cards—Oh my, my want list is getting soooo long will take SANTA a long time to read. Keep up the good work of card making–is nice to enjoy doing what one loves to do.
Patsy Waggoner says
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Thanks so much Donna for your comment. Alison and I have so much fun working together. Patsy