Do trust you all had an enjoyable Easter break - the weather here wasn't the best but from the sound of it, it could have been a lot worse, as was the case further North.
These cards that follow are some I have been having fun putting together, for no particular reason. Hope you enjoy seeing them and get some ideas for your next cards.
This was a little challenge a friend gave us - by mistake she ordered too many sheets of the Graphic 45, so gave us all a couple of sheets, to see what we could come up with. It is By The Sea range and this is one of my cards. As I am a Graphic 45 fan, I did enjoy this. I immediately thought of acetate and a window box card - it was all just made from the sheets that were given us, with a bit of fussy cutting.
This card is sort of a flip card, I think you would call it. Having part cut the two circles out then they are joined by the sentiment which gives the back a slight curve. I have used Kaisercraft's Honey Chai Collection.
I'm not too sure what you would call this card but I do like it a lot and once you have the basic shape, is very easy to put together. You begin with two pieces of card the same size and I have used the double sided paper to get this effect. We first made it 6" square card but I have adapted it to a 5 1/4" as I prefer the smaller size. The papers are from My Minds Eye, the Now and Then range.
This final card is called a Block Card which folds down nicely, for posting. So, so cute and I have used Prima Stationer's Desk range which I just love. Don't you agree?
Well, I am going to sneek into my workroom now and see what happens - hopefully something!!
Thanks for taking the time to check this out. May you all enjoy your day and happy crafting or whatever you are doing. With many blessings to all,