Get well cards are really not easy for me to do. I do have this cute CC image (I abbreviated this when I first got them so I am not sure if that is the name or not). We have a nurse in the family so I thought I would get more use out of it than I have. I really like it though. I get mentally challenged when my space area is so small. I am hoping for normal postage on this one, but I won't know for sure until I go to the post office. On the inside I did a Kristina Werner technique with that banner. I just love that stamp. Will look up the maker if you ask me. Anyhow the white flowers are done with that pentel white pen. I love it much more than the unibal or inksential. It really flows!
The inside of my card is a reflection of the outside ( Amy R technique). Actually if it weren't for her, the inside would
I have been working on scrapbooking photos from a trip to Hawaii a few years ago. The book I found here to use is 8 x 8. Boy does that limit what you can do! It took me hours to get the first page done and then it only has one photo on it. Not my idea of fun! Then all of a sudden I got inspired last night and zippo - I managed 5 pages! I think I have found the secret for me with these albums. If I have a lot of photos to get into the book and lots of things I want to say, then I should probably forget all the extra creative stuff as there really isn't going to be enough room anyhow! I tend to pick the small albums for our trips. It seems to take less room to store them than the big ones. So I cut a single piece of cardstock 8 x 8, place my photos (group them by activity - if too many for one page, do a double page layout), make sure I have room for my journalling ( this time I am using little homemade tags with a little ribbon on one end - if my room is scant, I can move them as they pivot from a brad) and then see if I have room to "decorate" the page! Also before I started this time, I wrote out my journalling for each group of photos in a little dollar book I picked up. It goes together much easier when all the big thinking is done before you start!!! Hugs to you all, March is a real busy month, so there should be lots to see here! Look at the counter! Almost 20,000!!! Wow!! Thanks to you all for making this such an exciting venture! Hugs again, Barb F