Well, this fulfills my commitment of a week
of Valentine’s Day cards.
It has been fun and having challenged myself
it kept me on my toes.
I enjoy making cards and I know that my friends and family enjoy receiving them.
I have even had a few friends frame their
cards and use them for art in their homes. That is quite a complement and truly
has made me feel good about putting
the time it takes into making them.
Yesterday when I went to my mailbox,
inside was my February copy of
Martha Stewart Living
and inside she has four pages of some delightfully cool pop-up card.
Now I’m ready to make a few more
and try out her ideas.
If you don’t subscribe be sure to pick up a copy when you’re at the grocery store,
or at least take a look while
you’re waiting in line.
I hope this gets you thinking about
crafting up a few cards of your own,
have fun and never stop being creative.
Like that’s something you need to hear
People that love being creative couldn’t
stop if they wanted to . . .
it is just who we are.
The book that I got the bird pattern from
Holiday Touches for the Country Home,
it is published and copyrighted by
104 Riverwood Road,
North Little Rock,
I have had this book for a long time,
but you can still purchase it on Amazon.
It has a year’s worth of very pretty projects.