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Tag: handmade card
The butterfly is the symbol of those whose lives have been cut short by Cockayne Syndrome. Since baby Knox was added to Amy and Friends worldwide support group I’ve been connecting with other families around the globe who have traveled this journey. I’ve been looking for answers, searching for something to ease the pain of this […]
Look at this sweet face! This antique baby portrait was in such good condition. And I have a friend expecting a baby girl this month so… I brought her home with me. The Antique Mall is becoming one of my favorite places these days. I layered the portrait with some pink stained cheese-cloth, decorative […]
Happy Birthday to my funny, intelligent, and extremely good-looking husband! I’d post a picture of him but it would just make you jealous. 🙂 Anyway, seeing as how the cards for men at the store are so LAME, I made a special man-card just for him. My inspiration? Captain […]
I’ve always been a fan of the gothic novel, Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte. I especially love the 2007 film version with Ruth Wilson. As I was playing around with my new stamps and some pieces of book text, I made this card. I could wax eloquent on the symbolism included in […]
This card is easy to make and fun to stamp up. I cut a 4 1/2″ strip along the long side of an 8 1/2″ X 11″ piece of cardstock. I folded it twice, into thirds, and then decorated/stamped each section. My favorite part is the gift tag envelope […]
Woe is me, for there is no vacation in sight for us and the summer is almost gone! The cost of travel precludes our departure to any exotic destination at this time. Plus, all the places I truly want to go require a trans-atlantic flight, which is unfortunate for someone who doesn’t […]