I usually use this platform to share my cards with you. I'm so glad to take a step back and see what you have been working on. This "Caronacation" may have separated us all, but this is a great way to see that people are still getting crafty. If you have a minute, feel free to comment and share the love for your fellow crafters. If you have cards posted, don't forget to come back in a day or so and read the comments! Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy!
I'm so glad that so many of you wanted to participate. I posted a max of three photos per person. It was hard to choose there was so many amazing cards.
JoAnne from North Carolina:
Kristen from Buffalo, New York made a treat box.
Suetta in Indianapolis
Teresa in Corning NY
Amanda for Ithaca, NY
Donna from Horseheads, NY
Karen from Brockport, NY
Kathy from Pennsylvania
Fran has been making masks. Thank you to all those health care workers!
Lori from Brockport, NY
Amy from Brockport, NY
Cheri from Brockport, NY
Evelyn from Deshler, OH (camped out in NY) Look at her...starting her Christmas cards!
Ryan-- artist in training made me this card. His Daddy helped with the words and drawing shapes.
Thank you all for sharing your work. It brought joy to my day. Please leave your fellow crafters comments. If you all like doing this, we can do it again next month. Hugs to you all! Happy Crafting friends!
This is my last card in my "thinking of you series". I'm planning on working on some spring birthday card's and scrapbook pages in the next week or so. Are there any other scrapbookers out there?
This stamp is from the last Magnolia release. It is called Tulip Love. I was organizing my embossing folders and thought she paired perfectly with this old folder. I placed the paper so the flowers are actually depressed rather than raised on the card. I thought it gave an interesting texture. I made a video a while back showing how I color my Tilda stamps. You can check that our here if interested.
I hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend. It was certainly surreal. We usually spend Easter with extended family. This was the first Easter we spent at home. We did our best to make it special. We made a bunny cake, colored eggs, and had a visit from the Easter Bunny. Hopefully this quarantine thing will not become a regular thing. Nothing makes up for the missing time with family. Sending big HUGS out to all those missing family. You are not alone.
Today's is card #4 in my thinking of you series. This stamp is from Flourish stamps. I've had this stamp for years and it is only seeing ink now. I'm really enjoying chipping aways at my unused pile. I have no idea what kind of flower it is. I just picked a favorite shade of pink and colored it up. What do you think? Anyone know what kind of flower it is?
I'm so excited for Spring. The little crocuses popped up in our front lawn. It inspired me to pull out some flower stamps. This is an older stamp from Stamping Bella. I hope you have a wonderful Easter tomorrow. I'll be be back Monday with another flower card.
This weekend is a bit tough for many of us. We are used to spending this holiday weekend with family. Sadly, we are unable to do so because of of quarantine. We decided to do something different today to make the best of this unusual time. We made a 3 layer bunny cake. There are photos below if you are interested.
I love this little puppy all curled up on his bed. He has such a sweet little face. I hope you enjoy him too! The copic colors are listed below.