I find it very handy to keep a group of bases and envelopes on hand, these cards are made in an A5 size 4.25 x 6.5 I love this size! I'm not sure it is even a standard size. Thre years ago I bought a case of 2500 envelopes ion tat size and a case of paper. I had the case of paper cut to fit the envelopes.
I pulled out this tool by Fiskars - I've had it for a while, I still haven't decided if I like it.
Um, yup I remember it being a pain
But I got it after a few punches
I pulled a mat stack of pretty paper and ribbons and paired them up
Pulled out the faithful Misti - I love using this, I never got the hang of using a positioner and getting a straight sentiment required many attempts. Now, a perfect image every time!
I purchased a very nice set of get well sentiments from Sweet and Sassy Stamps, fortunately, I had a gift certificate prize from Christian Card Makers Group and that helped with the cost!
Here are the cards:
My back stamp - on every card. Every time I stamp and read this verse I feel blessed, this was the verse that arrested my thinking and opened the door of the gospel to me.
I am working on digitizing a set of card sentiments and "innies" for hospice use. The idea came out of need. I think sending a card that says feel better to someone who is dying is pretty lame. But that person needs encouragement and fellowship. This is a very prayerful project and I will share it when I'm done.
Thanks for stopping by and don't forget- let you Light shine!