I needed a 60th anniversary card so I made this cute card. It's called an impossible card, clearly not because it is impossible to make but because it is impossible to figure out how it is made with one 4.25 x 5.5 sheet of cardstock. They are really fun to make but every time consuming, at least for me, but then I am a little slow. They fold perfectly flat, then when you take them out of the envelope, they pop up like magic.
Then as long as I had the dies for numbers 6 and 0 taken out, I decided to make a birthday card for my cousin.
And as long as I had the measurements fresh in my mind, I went ahead and made two more birthday cards.
And then, just for good measure and to have one on hand, I went ahead and made one more. This one I left generic so if I need a specific occasion, I all covered.
I have a good friend that came and spent the night so we could do some serious crafting.
These are cards my friend Becky made.
These are cards I made.
Then we started [laying around with alcohol inks.
See the white frame in the top left corner of the picture? Well, I couldn't figure out what the was all about until now. I had my phone set in half selfie mode. Geesh! I didn't even know that was a thing.
The morning before she left was such a beautiful day, we had to take our crafting outside. This is Becky working with Brusho watercolor crystals.
By the way, she admitted she was way over dressed and working up a sweat.
These are the cards I made for the group that came to my last Stampin' Up event. I did some experimenting with different technics for coloring. I used colored pencils, watercolor pencils, markers, and blender pens.