I'm sorry it has been so long since I've shared projects on my blog. As many of you know, Windows 98 became obsolete and when that happened, so did the scanner I used to scan the cards that I was sharing on my blog. Therefore, I had to find another way to share them. For the longest time, I've been trying to figure out how bloggers take their photos. Some had good advice, but when I tried, it didn't work for me. Well, I follow Patsy Waggoner's blog. She has a special step-by-step post on how to make your own light box. I took some notes and did some shopping and though my photos aren't perfect, I finally have a way to share project photos again. (Thanks a million, Patsy!!!:) So you should see more posts from me.
Today I would like to share photos from the Shoebox Swap I participated in over the weekend. Keep in mind that some demos case their projects, so if I share something that you designed, please let me know so I can give you credit. Here are the beautiful cards:
(This one was made with envelope punch board. There are two envelope pockets on the inside. Great for giving to grandparents with photos and/or gift cards.)
And for my card, I chose to make a Flip card.
Stamps: Thankful Forest Friends
Paper: Early Espresso, Tangelo Twist, Whisper White & Into the Forest DSP
Ink: Pads: Early Espresso for bear, Tangelo Twist for Fox Markers: Tangelo Twist, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Mossy Meadow, Old Olive & Daffodil Delight
Other: Flip Card Framelits Dies, Circle Framelits Dies, 7/8 Scallop Circle & 3/4" Cricle punches, Into the Woods Elements & Stampin' Dimensionals©
What do you think? Aren't they fun?
Thanks so much for coming by today and I hope you'll add me to your reading list if you haven't already. Have a great day!