Thanks to all of you for your response to Making a Difference.
I have three pocket-related things to share today.
A Pocketful of Well Wishes Cards
The following 3 cards were all made for family and friends using a sketch from a fabulous card-making book. Really, this book is so wonderful I literally squealed with delight when it arrived in the mail -- much to hubby's surprise! :)
Aside from the gem on the first card and the tulle on the second card, all three cards were made entirely from garage sale finds (a pile of Stampin' Up two-sided dp, prima flowers, brads, ribbons) and menopause room stash (cardstock))!
The first card most closely follows the sketch on page 180. However, it doesn't quite fit in an A2 envelope and requires hand delivery. So, I modified the design for cards requiring envelopes.
Ashley's Pocketful of Talent
Surf's Up! was inspired by one of Ashley's monthly sketches.
|We R Memory Keeper's Down the Boardwalk collection; gems|
For my card, I focused on the center part of the left side of the sketch. I love this paper collection and thought the colors could work well going into late summer/early fall.
A Little Extra Pocket Cash
A big thing happened in my little blog world this week. The 25th follower joined Scrapping with Purpose! To celebrate, I'm raffling off a $25 gift card.
So what do you need to do to qualify, you ask? Two simple things:
- Be a follower by noon on Saturday, August 11.
- Leave a comment letting me know whether you would like a card to Michael's or JoAnn's.
While I haven't been the best blog follower/commenter as of late, I really appreciate those of you who have made this a regular stop.
The good news is that they really like me at work. The bad news is they really like me at work.
My most recent project, which has been a red-hot frying pan, is winding down. But, I found out today that my next project will find me jumping into an even hotter skillet!
Not only do I think blog posts are going to be fewer and fewer, I fear that card-making may also be far more limited than I would like -- especially thinking about the upcoming push to make cards for our heroes.
Hoping I'm wrong, but not counting on it.
As always, thanks for visiting. I'll be looking for comments from followers by August 11.
Until my next post, happy scrappin'!