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Cards that {some of my closest friends} and I will make..

This "Crab & Company" set is such a fun new design and I love using the googlie eyes for an added dimension. (Kathy designed this card, by the way.) I'll have both a pink and a blue marker to color the baby's layette in the hue of your choice for this card below. We have not made baby cards lately and since there are several pregnant women in these parts, I'm sure this card will get used quickly. Lindsay made a special request for a wedding card, so I promise to do one for next month (so be here, Lindsay Ü). The image below is from the "Very Punny" set with the words "crib notes" included, if you prefer that to "yeah baby."
This new Easter set "Glorious Gift" is elegant (as opposed to the usual whimsical Easter cards I have made). I've stamped the scripture onto a piece of vellum with it overlaying a piece of whisper white paper, where the floral design is stamped. The sentiment inside is perfect too, "Celebrating with You the Glorious Gift of the Resurrection."
Looks like I'll have a full house of about 21 guests at my once-a-month card camp. I hope these designs make everyone happy and aren't too complicated. I always have to remind myself to tone it down because sometimes I like to go for the extreme, multi-stepped cards rather than keeping it somewhat simple.


Love them all Kel. I love the third card...that "scriptina" font is one of my faves!
Kelly said…
How wild it is that you recognize the font and even know the name of it, Summer. I guess it come with your business.
Lonna said…
Kelly, all of those cards look fantastic. I have to say that I am a fan of the crabby one, just because it really makes me think of summer. You really do such a great job making cards.
Julie said…
I love all of those cards! My favorite is the crab one, too! I think he's super cute and I love the caption!
I LOVED that crab card last night! That is one of my fav cards we've ever made. So fun to do and see how it's done. I love the whole present and cake thing in the crabs can't appreciate how that little trick is done unless you see it and make it. Heidi would've loved it!
Just Julie said…
I think the color selection is just right, good job sis.

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