Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Two posts in one day....

just who am I?  I never have time to double post!  Actually, these are card sets that were  finished a day or so ago but I totally forgot to take pics of them.  I am a chemo angel and I thought that some sets of cards that are Christmas themed might be a nice thing to have around for  someone who is not feeling well.  This way, a simple card, check , thank you etc...can be inserted into the card last minute.  I had picked up some festive paper on sale awhile back....it is really not my style but you know us crafters....who can throw something away when it is perfectly good etc....and then I remember the Hero Arts card set challenge for this month.  These are very simple layered paper cards with just a highlighted sentiment.  The sentiment is Hero Arts Joy to All CL460 here  which really has some very nice sentiments and fonts.  Sorry for the poor photo quality....I had no idea how to photograph these....no matter what I did they looked goofy!


So, as you can see, these are absolutely easy peasy to make!  In fact, they are so simple that I am a touch embarrassed to even be blogging them but, still wanted to share ;-D


So, main differences here are the sentiment is different and sometimes I changed up the ribbon placement!  Take care!

Be well,
Sheila

7 comments:

Pam W Merwin said...

Saw this on Flickr and had to stop by. Love the papers! The bows are a perfect touch.

Linda said...

maybe simple, but no less gorgeous! your choice of dessin paper makes all the difference. Love these sets!

Dawn said...

Great set Sheila. What a nice idea for someone suffering through chemo

Deirdre said...

These are gorgeous Sheila.

Tiffany said...

Wonderful set of cards! Simple and really elegant!

Maureen Morton said...

Love these, Sheila! And the paper is lovely. These will be just the perfect gift. Your are a dear to do what you do, sharing your talent in this special way.

Elizabeth Allan said...

Sheila I love how you used the same "recipe" for each but made each card unique with a different paper combination.