I know you must be really tired of this subject by now, but as it has taken me over three months to complete these invitations I thought I might as well share the last pictures of them all together and to show how I boxed them up for my Cousins to pick up. I am very happy with how they all turned out and I can't wait to see what they think of them.
With that being said that means that very soon I will be able to get back into making my own cards and perhaps get a chance to purchase a few of those wonderful new stamps out there that I have been missing out on. =0)
As I pretty much wore out my Cuttlebug machine I am hoping to save some money up so that I can get the newest Big Shot. I think that I will really like using the bigger platform that it is now coming with.. We'll see.
Anyway here are the last pictures of everything all together. I hope you like it and I can't wait to get back to visiting with everyone real soon. As for right now I am dog tired and just might have to take a little nap before I try to be crafty. lol Wish me luck. =0)
|All packed up, labeled and ready to go.|
Talk at you all later.
cs-Neenah Natural White- 3 reams
pens- Sakura Glaze-28 pens
dies-garden weave-Spellbiders D-lites
labels twenty-eight, classic rectangles-lrg
Fleur De Lis Rectangles
fancy flourish -Die Namics
Anastasia border lace-Cherry Lynn Designs
Life Style Crafts basic envelope die
ink-Brilliance Graphite black-Tsukineko
computer font Vivaldi @12 & Edwardian Script ITC @ 76
2 boxes of wax paper and a whole lot of LOVE...
Gift Box for Bride & Groom from Ross and Chipboard letters and numbers from Stash