Friday, 27 February 2015

Little butterfly thank you cards




I may not be here much but I’m busy squirrelling away in the background, planning like mad for my All-Day Craftathon tomorrow!

I’ve started packing boxes and you would not belieeeve how many ink pads I am taking with me! It’s very much an inky event, and I’m sure there are going to be some very inky fingers by the end of each session. 

But I’ll be telling you more about that next week, as I know most of my customers like the projects to be a surprise. 

Meanwhile, here are the little thank you cards I made for this month’s club order. They are half sized, so you get four from a sheet of A4 cardstock, and they’re pretty much CASEd from this project, which is a non-Stampin’ Up!® card but was so easy to adapt. 

I made half in Calypso Coral and half in Coastal Cabana, simply flipping over the DSP accordingly. The buttons are really sweet and come from the SAB Accessory Pack, with three rolls of ribbon, too. I cut the ribbon up to share as a little treat for the club members, to give them a little taste of what they could earn with their next SAB order. 


Anyway, must press on. Boxes to pack, cakes to bake… house to run round in manner of headless chicken...



1 comment:

  1. Lovely cards Helen, I love butterflies :).
    Counting down to tomorrow's craftathon - less than 12 hours to go! Can't wait.

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