Hi you all, hope you all had a good weekend!
Last week I got a lovely card and letter from Diane in Michigan. I had told her that my printer was making problems, and printing everything with a stripe pattern. She was so kind and sent me some print outs that I needed for challenges, and the lovely papers you can see below, all the way from Michigan. Now, that is what I call special delivery! I can't show the images she printed, as they have already been used in various projects, which I will show soon. She sent this beautiful card with it. It is even nicer in real life, if that is possible, and I have it here on my desk now.
And these are the gorgeous papers - wow!
Thanks a lot. Diane, you are a star!
I made this little joy fold card using one of the papers:
At Sugar Creek Hollow the challenge is to make a masculine card for Father's Day in shabby or vintage design. I have made a vintage one. The background shows a vintage photo of an office, overlaid with some numbers printed onto acetate, and a phone, which I printed out, covered with glossy accents, and fussy cut. The old Jalopy is from TH, and the dashing young men are from Gecko Galz 'Smart Dressed Man' collage sheet.
The stopper of the Easel card has a hidden pocket under it for a sentiment or a little present.