I have some generic white cardstock and wondering what I can do to it to "livin" it up?
Any thoughts...suggestions? I think I'm going to emboss it with clear and or white embossing powder. See how that works.
Here is a picture of a card I lifted from Elizabeth Allen.
The card I sent to my friend, Bill, was a white (pristine, thick, nice tooth) cardstock base which
I think looked better. The blue base is ok but the white on white with just a burst of color (gift)
That's all I have for you today. I'm off to the movies ..."much Ado About Nothing" and "World War Z"
Have a great week-end.
Hope you have had a great week-end? As usual they go by way too quickly!
I have some cards and an album.
This album was from Sandi Genovese. She used it for some very pretty pics of
roses taken by a photographer friend. I plan to give it to a friends daughter
who is expecting a baby girl next month. I wish I had used a heavier weight
The image I used for this card and the album is a digi from the same company
but I cant remember which one. Sorry;( Both are colored with Copics.
This little mouse image is one I've used before..the right amount of
flowers so it does'nt require a lot of coloring...quick!
Another Pure Innocence image. This one colored with pencils. The shaped
card was one used on a PB&J video.
Pure Innocence digi image colored with Copics.
Penny Black stamp...colored with Copics.
That's all I have for you today.
I've been thinking it's been quite awhile since I made a box...next post.