Gee, I missed that it was World Card Making Day with all the car troubles I have had this last week. It's a crazy and embarrassing story, but I am glad the worse is over! At least I hope it is. Let's just say a horn beeping excessively when the keys aren't even in the ignition is not a pleasant experience.
I am glad that I actually did make some cards earlier today. First, I worked on my design team card for Tuesday's new sketch challenge. You will not want to miss this one. Be sure to visit Die Cuttin' Diva on Tuesday. The second card I made was a quick birthday card for my son's friend. He asked me at the last minute (typical, right?). I used the Basketball cartridge for the cuts and the Hannah Montana cartridge for the numbers.
I know that his friend plays basketball and the school colors are purple and gold. I didn't want to add ribbon, gems, or buttons since it was for a young man and I didn't have enough time to fill in the "empty" space or change the dunk to another color (black). My son put a gift card inside, so I think that is all that will matter in the end. Teens definitely need gas money now-a-days.
I made this baby card Wednesday night. The person I made the card for always ask for personalized cards.
I still need to make a "kiddie" birthday card. I have all the papers and cartridges ready to go. No more rushing!
Hope you have a great night,