I liked the other graduation card so much I made another one for my niece! I also made a birthday card for my daughter's co-worker using one of the fabulous Julie Nutting doll stamps.
I sprayed the cardstock with gold Color Shine before adhering the sentiment. I should actually do this more often, make two or more of whatever I'm
doing at time. But most of the time I don't know if it'll be a success
until it's done.
This is for my daughter's co-worker. I am so tickled to discover the Julie Nutting doll stamps will fit on a greeting card after all! She is made of 3 layers, two cardstock and one of very fine golden paper. Rhinestones were added because, sparkle.
The sentiment is surrounded by tiny white stars.
And on the feather front...
I am obsessed with making these! I cut a gazillion slices with my scissors to make them look more feathery. The rainbow one is backed with the same fine golden paper as the center feather. I haven't done anything with the inkwells yet.
The rainbow one is my favorite, but the brown one looks the most real. Want one?
Thank you for taking the time to stop by! I post things I craft or make in the kitchen and sometimes talk about my family. I'm the mom of identical twin daughters who are all grown up now, and I've been married for almost 40 years. My life isn't very exciting, but I like it that way. Whether you are a subscriber or not, I hope I've shared something you can relate to and feel at home here in my little house out back.
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