If you've witnessed the tomatoes on my windowsill [in my November Month in Numbers post] you'll be aware of how much I like to arrange things in colour-order!
So now, following on from the pink Christmas card I shared last week, here's a couple more in the same style ... but in red this time:
- do you use alphabet stickers on your cards?
- Or do you prefer to use a stamp or a pre-preinted greeting?
- the size the card
- the size of your stickers ...
- and the length of the word you want to spell out!
The only thing I found difficult while using these particular images ...
[However I didn't bother to restrain myself earlier in the year, when I made this card and this one using the romantic images from the same range.]
As a younger sibling I look at this particular one and wonder about that as-if-butter-wouldn't-melt look the older girl is giving the camera. I reckon that the very moment the shot was taken the little one ended up unceremoniously shoved through that door on the left!
If you're not already too bored of these cards, I'll share some more ... the next in the rainbow of colours I've made ... next week. See you then.
Happy December to you!
[p.s: Let's face it ... chances are I'm going to be sharing the rest of the cards whether or not you're bored of them... it's not that I don't respect your feelings or anything ... but, y'know, I'm just fond of the cards ... and I've already photographed them. All 156 of them.]
[p.p.s there aren't really 156 of them. Yet].
Some of the supplies used:
Vintage images: from the 'Grandma's Attic' range by Pion [they were from 3DJean but are not in stock at the moment]
Leaf pins + seam binding: The Ribbon Girl
Heart pins + cabochon: 3DJean
Black + white paper; kraft ticket: by Collections Elements [from 3DJean]
Paper flower + leaf: Prima