Here is another of the cards from my weekly paper crafting days with my neighbour. It was her turn to make the page kits and I think she aced it with this card!
The week before when we had lunch and crafted at my house, she asked to use my Big Shot and some Memory box Dies. I did not pay too much attention to what she was doing, as she is a scrapbooker and a card maker and I just though she was cutting some items for herself. I was busy working on my cards and didn't even glance over to see what she was cutting.
Well, it was the dies for this card! Didn't she surprise me! This was a quick and fun card to make. It was just a matter of grab, cut, punch, glue and done...loved it. I am one of those people that takes forever to make a card. I am one of those people sho take forever to make a card. I often overthink and overwork elements on my card. She is a great card making foil, as she is quick, decisive and glues and moves on!
Perhaps you can see a bit of that shimmer here...
When we started our card kits and lunch sessions, we agreed that the cards we made would be quick and easy. Both of us agree that it has been such fun thinking of cards to create, and then making up the kits. This endeavor is really helping me to fill up my finished card boxes and for that I am so grateful.
Card and Envelope - from Lisa's stash
DP - Graphic 45 paper pad
Card Stock - snippets of textured cream card for the flowers
Dies Memory Box, Lovely Peony Outline and Background; Memory Box Lavish Branch
Bling - from Lisa's stash
Stamp - from Lisa's stash
Punch - from Lisa's stasht
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
1. Pixies Crafty Workshop - must use snippets
2. Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge - must cover card with paper