Tuesday, June 5, 2007
Over 556 dimensionals....
In the last 10 days and I'm out. At least until my next SU! order comes in! Between the now 13 albums, over 100 plus cards I've made, and Stamp Nite, I've used up all my SU! dimensionals. I gasped out loud when I went into the drawer to open a new pack, they were GONE! I had to use those icky circle ones from the craft store to finish up the last batch of cards.
I've been so busy with end of school preparations, shopping for promotion and dance dresses, end of karate, end of swim, start up of soccer, plus all the stamping I've been doing, that I have neglected my blog. I'm sorry, life just gets in the way sometimes! I do hope that you understand.
This card is just one sample of another set of thank you cards I just finished up. I created 4 sets of 8 assorted cards each to give to a select few of my PTSA pals who do so much for the school and have many thank you cards to send out. 8 won't begin to touch what they need to send, but I know that they'll appreciate the hand stamped ones and maybe select the recipients carefully *wink*!
All cards in this series use some DELICIOUS DCWV patterned papers that Michaels has on sale this week, 4 sheets/$1 and it's heavyweight! When it comes to patterned papers, I am very fond (understatement!) of the card stock weight variety; the paperweight variety tends to languish at the bottom of the box, even if very pretty.....one of my quirks I guess. Anyway, I purchased 4 different styles and made 8 different cards out of each sheet. They all have glitter embossed on the paper. It is gorgeous!
I hope to be a bit more consistant in my postings after next Friday the 15th is said and done, so please bear with me!
Thanks so much for your continued support!
Supplies: Stamps: Butterfly Wishes (PaperTrey) and Much Appreciated (SU!), Paper: SU! Almost Amethyst, Old Olive, Marigold Morning, Whisper White DCWV, Inks: SU! Marigold Morning, Regal Rose, Lovely Lilac, Almost Amethyst, Accessories: Mat Pak and Piercing tool, Word Window punch, White mini brad (American Crafts), Distressing tool (MM) Dimensionals