Just wanted to share this cute little card to welcome a new baby! I love the papers many companies have created with pocket scrapbooking in mind! Remember they are equally as fun for use on cards and mini books! This particular paper is from Imaginisce. This little card is created with a teal base card (Stampin' Up) then an embossed dot white layer. Banner accents adorn the left side of the printed panel. I also love banners, they are so easy to create from simply using scissors and cutting down the center and then from each corner to the center cut line or create using punches and die templates. Add a little bow accent to the printed panel and finish with a stamped sentiment. This sentiment is from the Stampin' Up petit pairs set, often it is possible to use a stamp that was meant for the inside, on the card front. Another way to multiply the uses of your stamps.
Hope you like this one!
Card Projects Designed by Sharon M. Reinhart
As seen in CardMaker Magazine Online Newsletter
Firstly, my apologies for being absent this past while, unfortunately life sometimes gives you difficult times in which you need to step back, pull together and focus on each other. I do feel blessed though that we have those people in our lives that we can just hang onto each other during difficult times. I hope you too have people in your life that support you and if not please reach out to your community, your neighbor, your church, websites, your associates -- just reach out and I hope someone takes your hand.
I wanted to invite you to view my most recent CardMaker newsletter. This one is in honor of back-to-school and the focus is on Alphabets! I hope you will take a look at this issue using this link, Alphabet Fun with Cards!Don't forget to sign up while you are there, it is a free resource that comes directly to your inbox every three weeks!
My intention of this blog is to provide inspiration and share my creative adventures with you. I am a freelance designer, teacher and author working in the craft and hobby industry. It is my sincere hope that through this blog and my work that you will be inspired to create!