Among all the cards that I make, I think I make the most of hello cards. It is the easiest kind of cards to make. Since this type of cards can be totally random, it does not has to be complicated or fancy. When you send one to your old friend, he/she will know exactly where to pick up the pieces since last time you are in contact. Your new friend is certainly not expecting anything ( just yet) and will be thrilled to pieces to get a hello card.
I had made this card a while ago for Paper Crafts submission, it was not picked, sadly. It , however, remains to be one of my all time favorite cards. Today I decided to "recycle" it and enter it for the challenge over Moxie Fab's World for the "Pay It forward"Challenge.
My first publication is right here in this magazine (you did it on P.70).
Cardstock: white (Recollections), Blue (Martha Stewart, 8”x8” ,Pastel Paper pad); Pattern Paper: Basic Grey (Out Of Print) 6’x6” pad; Cleat Stamp: sentiment from Type (Hero Arts); Ink: Versamark (Watermark Stamp Pad), Pastel Embossing Powder (Lady Bug) from Martha Stewart by EK Success ; Tools: Fiskars Micro Scissors; Accent: Gems (Hero Arts), SRM Press (Life is Good)
1. 1. Make card from cardstock
2. 2. Stamp hello sentiment with Versamark ink, emboss
3. 3. Cut out flowers form Out of Print collection, Adhere to card stock
4. 4. Apply Sticker sentiment (“how’s life?”), add gems
Did you check out my birthday celebration post (see here or the top of the post)? I hope you can join the fun and help me celebrate this special milestone. It will mean so much to me. Thanks so much for stopping by!