Our swap theme for January was birthdays and it was fun to see the creative ideas that my downline came up with. I hope you enjoy them, too! Above is a card by Laura Erickson . . . look at all that embossing! Crumb Cake and Vanilla with the polka dots, the fancy fan and the lacy brocade make for an elegant card with a vintage touch.
Katherine Narog made a winter shadow box card. I love the little snowball that the snowman is about to throw and the rhinestone is a nice bit of sparkle that highlights the sentiment.
Cindy LeMire created this fun and whimsical card. We are “wishing big” for spring right now as it is just 2 degrees this morning!! lol! Her happy little flower reminds me that “eventually,” spring will come!
Karen Larson made a gift card holder. When you take off the belly band and open it up . . .
you’ve got plenty of room to write a message as well as a great little pocket to stow your gift card!
Mary Bellis used the More Amore designer paper to make these paper banners to salute someone on their special day. She made a z-fold card . . .
That opens up to look like this and reveals another banner that sports the inside sentiment.
Linda Watson created this card to celebrate a birthday . . . love the banners at the top of the card and the popped up wish big that further invites you to open up the card . . .
which then reveals an all terrain vehicle from Need for Speed. Love the Chevron embossing to emphasize the wheels!
Stay tuned to see more of our Stamping to Share swap cards tomorrow! Thank you so much for stopping by today . . . I appreciate you!!
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