Next a couple of cards using Melissa Frances papers and stickers, vintage images, some rub ons from Daisy D's that I had for a long time... and a few other embellies.
Remember that I have a Halloween workshop for sale here if you want to create some nice projects like decoration, cards, tags and gifts.
Next a Christmas card made with paper scraps, vintage image, stamp from Inkadinkado, ribbon, chipboard star and silk flowers.
And last a sweet card created with more paper scraps, die cut from K & Company, rub ons, silk flowers, vintage buttons and ribbon.
And before I go I want to answer some questions about mailing these type of cards...
Tina and Linda asked:
How to mail cards that use puffy embellishments ... well since handmade cards are SPECIAL and one of a kind, I use bubble mail envelopes, I know for some people this can be a little bit more expensive than regular envelopes/cards but when we want to give a special gift to someone I think it has to be wrapped nice and carefully I put the card inside a cellophane bag or paper and then inside the envelope. I have mailed several cards this way and thank God all of the cards have arrived safely. If you have any other suggestion about mailing handmade cards I would like to hear them ;)
Thank you so much for stop by my blog and for your sweet comments! more projects soon :)