Here are the final 4 cards I have made with Simple Stories I Am. A bit of layering on these ones, and some of the extra embellishments I used were a metal key,ribbon bow,sequins,Die cut vellum butterfly and a flower. As you can tell I loved working with this paper collection and think I made 32 cards altogether with this purchase! Today was a day off for me but very busy shopping and time spent getting my little car fixed, but I have a little while before I have to organize tea so will head to the craft room to start a couple of customer orders.til tomorrow….
This paper just goes on and on!!Another 6 cards with Simple Stories I am paper collection, we have one more post and we will be able to move on. The common theme with this group of 6 is that they only rely on the paper ( except for a few sequins on card 3) .No embellishing required. I have been making some cards with kaisercrafts’ new release which is so bright and fun, just what we need in the depths of winter weather! til tomorrow…..
More of my Simple Stories I am series .I used the papers, packet of bits and pieces,brads and washi tape. I also added some sequins on the bottom two cards,and a scrap of hessian on one of the top cards.Well this weekend went by far too quickly and we had a lovely day today with all our extended family celebrating my Mums 80th birthday.No crafting this weekend, but a lovely one just the same! Til tomorrow….
Another 4 cards made using Simple Stories I am series of paper and matching bits and pieces.These ones are Bon Voyage and thank you cards.The base cards for all of these are made with Stampin Up Crumb cake cardstock. A busy weekend this weekend, as we prepare for Mums birthday party tomorrow…til tomorrow….
Last month I chose some Simple Stories paper to prepare for Mays class, and before I knew it I had made 10 cards. I couldn’t choose which cards to do for the class, so in May my ladies will be making 10 cards! Anyway, I went back and purchased for myself some more paper, and the matching brads,washi paper tape,packet of bits and pieces,and chipboard pieces, sat down over one weekend ,used it all, and made 32 cards. I love this paper!So easy to create with it. Here are the first 4 cards, we might see a few and take a bit of a break otherwise you may all get thoroughly sick of seeing it!Today I taught a lesson at Paper Flourish, and then headed to the shops to pick up some groceries as the shops are closed on Saturday for Anzac day, , my usual day for shopping.we have a busy weekend coming up as it’s Mums 80th birthday and we are having a big family shindig! Til tomorrow…..