All I can think of is how cold and gloomy it is for a June Day. Wisconsin is known for crazy weather changes but really???? Two days ago I got a SUPER red sunburn just from walking around and looking at cars, now today I have on a sweater, and thick socks, and I’m still a bit chilly.
I don’t know about you but I find it so hard to be productive when its gloomy and rainy out all day. All I want to do when it is like this is curl up with a cozy blanket on the couch with a mocha and watch cheesy old chic flicks, and drift in and out of lovely naps.
Well, lets blame the weather for the lazy cards I am showing you today. They are really cute but so simple that each one of them can be completed in less than 10 minutes, and with minimal supplies!! I actually saw VERY VERY similar cards to these on a SU Demonstrator only website, and I do apologize that I did not note who made these to give them their proper credit. The only real change I made was to make cards with each of the flower stamps in the Fifth Avenue Floral Set, instead of just 2, and I did not put any sentiments on them, as this way I can use them for sweet note cards, or I can quick grab a sentiment stamp and add it when I realize I need a card for someone. I tend to make a lot of cards without sentiments on the outside or inside. I do this so that whenever I do need a card I can simply add it without having to make a new card. On the inside I often times like to have them blank so that I can write the person a longer, more personal, note.
Project 20 of 365: Rich Razzleberry Any Occasion Cards
- Crumb Cake (also known as kraft)
- Rich Razzleberry
- Versamark Pad
- Versa Mark Marker
- Fifth Avenue Floral
- White Embossing Powder
- Heat Gun
- Rich Razzleberry Polka Dot Ribbon
- Snail Adhesive
See how simple that is, mass produce them and have a bunch around for whenever you need a card!!
That is all for now. I’m working on another card tonight, but probably won’t be done in time to post it today.
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