Wednesday, July 21, 2010
I made this easel card for a lady who works with my mom. I am doing up her wedding invitations and she liked the easel card design. She only needs about 7 of them so I don't mind at all. I sent her 2 samples tonight to see if she likes either and if not I will make up a couple more for her to see. The lighter one still needs a stamped sentiment on it, but I thought I would hold off until she decides which she prefers. Anywas, thanks so much for popping by!! Tonight I am off to a supper I won at a local steak house. I am looking forward to that! Then Friday we are celebrating my parents anniversary with supper.
Take care and as always I would love to know what you think!
Posted by Angie Williams at 9:46 PM
Monday, July 12, 2010
This is a card I put together for my Mom and Dad's 44th anniversary. I have really been struggling the past month for time and then for ideas and I am in a bit of a slump. I am really trying but I don't seem overly happy with my end result! I do have a few cards I need to create for the summer and so I hope that my inspiration shows up soon!
Thanks so much for coming by and I would love any feedback you can give!
Posted by Angie Williams at 10:08 PM
Friday, July 9, 2010
This is a card I made just for fun. My daughter sent a bunchof her stamping stuff home with me and I found these very pretty feathers that inspired me! I had colored this image a while ago. I had received it through wish RAK. I also had the card base with the dp glued on from another project. I think the mish mash of different completed elements worked out pretty good to turn this into a darling card.
Thanks for coming by and as always I would love to know what you think...
See you soon!
Posted by Angie Williams at 6:42 AM
Thursday, July 8, 2010
Well, all the kids activities have come to a close and I am finally getting a chance to get some stamping done. This is the card I made for my oldest daughter who just graduated from Victoria School of the Arts at the end of June. I love the saying from Dr. Suess so I wrote it on the card and finished it up on the inside for her.
Our June DIVAS challenge was something patriotic/celebration themed and using the colors red white and blue. Bailey's grad gown was red so I used the colors on her card. I figure it passes because it is the biggest celebration for us in her life so far...
Thanks so much for coming by today and as always I would love to hear your feedback!
Posted by Angie Williams at 6:30 AM