Sorry, guys, that it's been so long sense my last post. I just don't know how I will be feeling day to day with this Fibromyalgia. I wish it didn't impact my life as much as it does but hey, what you gonna do? You just have to live each day and be grateful the situation isn't worse. Right? lol. I try to have a healthy outlook, If I didn't it would consume me.
This card was totally made from one of the new Cricut card making cartridges. I think of these as my "Cheater cards" lol. I think of them as such because all I have to do is pick out a sentiment and paper to use and the cuts are all right there and the card is totally designed for you. It's great when you've got to make a card in a rush. And I'm not ashamed so say that in making all these cards for the church sometimes I have to rush and I just don't have the time to totally design every aspect of the card. I've bought all 3 or 4 of these card making cartridges and I'm very happy with them. This card was made using the Creative cards cartridge. I just used a few sheets of colored card stock and I cut out the bottom three layers (including the card base) with the cricut and then I added the doily die cut to the center using a Spellbinders die. I used a floral image from an Inkadinkado stamp set and used my Prisma color pencils to color it in. The sentiment stamp is from Unity Stamp co. I inked the edges of all the cuts then added a few bling to finish the card off. Easy peasy! Gotta love it. By the way this card was made for a beautiful Lady in our church by the name of Donna Smith. I hope she really enjoyed her card. I definitely had a good time making it. I'm really glad Art, our preacher, asked me to make the cards for the church. It keeps me busy and doesn't allow me to become too lazy. lol. I just can't keep up with all the blogging and posting of the cards once I get them made. The process defiantly doesn't stop once I complete the card and turn it in. There have been many a Sunday that I'm out in the front yard with my camera and set up taking pictures of the cards for the week before heading to church where I hand them in to Art and Sylvia. I always fear that one card may escape with out having it's picture made and then It would be lost to me forever. I have hundreds of photos on my computer of past cards made. I've been taking photo's of my creations for years before I even started blogging. I love to look back thru them and remember each card I made. I've had to start making notes of who they were for because I just cant remember that part to save my life. lol.
That's all for today, I hope to be back soon with more cards to share with you, Till then, may you all be a blessing to one another. Much love and hugs, Amy K.