I’ve been sick for a few days, and I’m afraid it may get worse, before it gets better 😦 Probably just a cold, I don’t understand how they can make you feel so miserable! 😦
I have the new Stampin’ Up! Holiday catalog near the top on the right side of my page! 🙂 You can order now if you’re interested, I’d be happy to be your Demonstrator! 🙂
I hope everyone is well and enjoying the beginnings of Fall ! 🙂 I love Fall and I have a number of cards to share with you today! 🙂
Hmmm, it looks blurry here, but if you click to enlarge, it looks just fine 🙂 I used some misc. paper on the right, a couple stickers on the left, and an digital image by one of our sponsors, Doodle Pantry! 🙂 To make the card, I used Thinlits-Circle Card die (retired) by Stampin’ Up! It’s so easy to make this cute card ! 🙂
Now for some fun SAS4Kids donor cards! 🙂 First I want to show some cards from my friend, Jill Blasche of TX 🙂 She has made some great examples of Fall themed cards that aren’t Halloween. She also has sent in some cards made for two of my hospitals and then changed them up just a little, so they can go to my hospital with no embellishments 🙂
Ok, the orange one looks kind of Halloween, but it doesn’t have to be 😉 Both cards are made two ways. On the orange card, it’s made with googly eyes on the left, and on the right, it has just card stock eyes. On the leaf card, on the right, you can see she used some string and a button. On the left there is a paper button and just a strip of card stock in brown. All of the cards are great and with minimal effort, changed into a card with no embellishments!
Again, the black card could be Halloween, but it has a general sentiment. The black card on the left has ribbon, and the one on the right has card stock that looks like a ribbon 🙂 The pumpkin card has a nice Fall theme, with a general sentiment. the one on the right has ribbon and three gems. The one on the right has green card stock and three punched holes to represent gems, very clever 🙂
Two more that look like Halloween, but have general sentiments, and two more that are very Fall looking 🙂
Four general cards included in the box, I love the birds! 🙂 Thank you Jill for all these wonderful cards! 🙂
Next I have cards from Diane Herniman from ON, Canada 🙂 Diane makes wonderful cards with flowers from her garden and her dog, birds, and other live or flying things in her yard!
This is the front and inside of one of Diane’s cards.
On the left is the front and back of the card, and on the right is the inside 🙂
All card fronts, gorgeous photos! 🙂
On the left are two fronts and on the right is the envelope and card front 🙂 Thank you Diane for your beautiful cards! 🙂
Next is Yara Baird from WA,and she has a blog you can visit HERE. Yara may have sent to other volunteers at SAS4Kids, but she is new to me 🙂 Yara has sent in a wide variety in her box! 🙂
Summer all the way to New Year! 🙂 Thank you Yara for your wonderful cards! I know the kids will enjoy these cards! 🙂
I know, it’s a long blog, but I’ve been gone a while 😉 One last donor, and that is Vicki Luebke of IN 🙂 Vicki sends in a lot of cards, she is really good with encouragement cards! 🙂
Great cards, Vicki, wonderful selection! 🙂 Thank you Vicki for your continued support of our kids! 🙂
All of the card makers on my team are talented and generous!! 🙂 I couldn’t do my job without all of you! 🙂
It’s taken me two days to finish this or more, I can’t remember, I hate being sick! 😦
I want to thank all of my cardmakers and everyone who has stopped by today for some inspiration! 🙂 I hope to be back soon with a brain that’s not filled with oatmeal!