Here are some cards and other mixed media projects I’ve created, but haven’t posted.
My grandson Sage stayed with us for a few days this summer and wanted to surprise his girl friend. He said he wanted a folder to tell her how much he loved her. “Grandma, can you make something for Emma?” What do you want me to make? “Oh, just take a folder and do your stuff on it!” He loved it! You should have seen the look in his eyes when I gave it to him.
I used stencils, spray paint, acrylics and a black marker
The back of the folder with a silhouette of a person dancing.
Close up of the stencil I used and the word Celebrate!
This is a mixed media canvas for a dear friend of the family who just found out she has Ewing’s Cancer, a rare form of bone Cancer. She is so sweet and only 14 years old.
A closeup of the quote:
It didn’t take long for her to start loosing her hair, so I sent her a card to cheer her up!
I used a couple of Unity stamps for this one.
One of my cousins asked me to make a Sympathy card for a coach who just died, so I dusted off my Cricut and cut out a few images from the Basketball cartridge.
I also used my single stamps and stamped the inside.
Finally, I’ve been taking some Craftsy card classes and these are a few of the cards I’ve created.
The lessons were given by Catherine Pooler – so much fun!