I've been making cards for the last two days. Once I get everything spread out all over the dining room table, I want to make more than just a couple cards! So I go into card-making-factory mode.
I made some more Christmas cards with little triangles of fabric for trees. I did this two years ago. You can see the original post here.
I made a couple other styles of Christmas cards, too, but I'm not going to show them, because I know that SisterStitches will say, "OK now I've seen them, and the surprise is out, so you have to make me a different card!"
Then I made some "every day" cards just to have on hand.
A few different varieties. . .
These blue ones just have different sized squares glued down in a random, overlapping pattern. Makes for very sticky fingers!
Believe it or not, this cool paper was a paper bag that I received at a store. I wadded it up in a ball, then straightened it out again and glued it down. I like the rustic look.
And a couple more of these flower cards, made with silk flowers.
I used up the last of this cool trim that I've had for quite a while. I like that it is so colorful and festive.
All in all, I made 14 every day cards, and 32 Christmas cards. Not bad for two days of work. And we're not talking 8-hour days, you know!