Hey Bleeps (blog peeps)!
I have two cards to share today! My baby brother’s birthday is coming up so I made him a card. I got the idea from this card here on Pinterest! Here’s my take on it:
I really like how it came together. Here’s a close up look:
I always love doing a sepia style card with monochromatic brown tones for a masculine or even a vintage feel….depends on what kinda card you are doing. I think it really looks good with this particular stamp set!
Here’s another view:
My little brother came for a visit in our new home for July 4th! It was really good to see him and his sweet little family. His wife is pregnant again, which will make him the father of three! YAY!
While they were visiting, my nephew accidentally left his retainer here. He had been swimming and put it on the patio table wrapped up in a napkin! So, after my brother told me he went through all their stuff and we couldn’t find it anywhere around the pool, we decided it must’ve accidentally got thrown away. So, we dug through the top two trash bags and yelp, we found it, LOL! So, I will be mailing it off tomorrow for him, hence the second card I made is for my nephew! Good lesson to be learned, hopefully, lol 😉
So, here’s the cute little card I made him celebrating the fact that we found it:
I used the retired So Hoppy Together stamp set from this past Saleabration. I thought it would be fun to add the sequins in a way that made it look like the little froggie was juggling.
Here’s a close up:
I never did use this cute stamp set at all during Salebration and it’s so cute, so I’m glad it saw some ink! I did actually use several things on the froggie card that are from this past Saleabration and no longer available.
Here’s another view:
I hope you like my cards……. and please keep praying for my other nephew Aaron. He is healing up great after a horrific car accident where he actually died during careflight and was brought back to life. He’s a walking miracle and we thank the Lord that he is still with us, he has a long road still of lots of recovery and surgeries, so please keep lifting him up. The power of prayer is very strong!
Well, thank you so much for stopping by and have a blessed evening ❤