This is fun when you mind needs to wander. I took a 8 1/2 x 11 piece of white paper and stamped all over it. I then cut the paper into smaller sections to create these 8 cards. I left the sentiments off so that the recipient can choose which one they would like on which card. I have several sentiments to go with the cards. As a finishing touch I used white seam binding ribbon for all of the bows on the cards.
For the card stock bases I chose a light pink, light blue, red and a pale purple and a few scraps of green to accent the cards. For each of the sentiments I added dimensionals on the back so the sentiment would be raised up on each card.
I saw this card on Pinterest and thought I would give it a try. I used pink ink and stamped it on pink cardstock for the background. For the sentiment I used black ink and popped up the sentiment up on white cardstock. The cross was stamped with the same pink ink and the butterfly was stamped with black ink and then fussy cut. I added a small pearl to the butterflies body.
Although I made this card for a sympathy card it would also look good as a wedding or birthday card. I used heavy weight cream cardstock as the main color and a little light purple and light green as accents. I used gold embossing powder for the lettering.
I thought this card would make a great graduation card. It is a flip card that opens to reveal a different picture in the circle.
I kept the colors pretty simple and the horse images were stamped in brown and the trees with garden green. No bling for this card just in case you would want to give it to a male. I did add a little twine to the left of the card on the front.