What do you do if you had previously (like two years or so ago) embossed the edges of some greeting card stock to try out some new embossing folders, then set them on the back shelf and forgot about them? Well, turn them into real greeting cards!
Background on this Dove card is from Christmas Traditions paper pack (the paper studio), spellbinder die behind using metallic white and 3 green Rhinestones to finish. Perfect with the embossed bottom section.
The background paper for these two lovely Ladies and Snowman is from Christmas Candyland paper pack (the paper studio). A Gold ribbon and 2 Fabric Roses (the netherlands) complete the card.
And for the Gentleman in your life, this Christmas Auto sits on Christmas Candyland paper pack (the paper studio). The card is edged with Lipstick Red (cats eyes), and a Red Snowflake ribbon completes the card.
For the family Matriarch who loves Roses, the background paper is also from Christmas Candyland paper pack. Green with red foil dots (art talent of the netherlands) and 3 buttons complete the card.
The main pictures came from Merry Little Christmas collage pack (tj designs). The completed cards are 5½ X 4½ inches in size, come with matching envelope and are blank inside for your personal message. I started doing these quick and easy cards this past summer to provide an inexpensive greeting card for my customers. As long as I keep the cards simple, I can sell them for $2.50 each.
Stay tuned, as more cards are coming.