Monday, July 20, 2009

Cards For Hire

Last week I was hired by a customer to make cards for the non-profit agency that she works for. I'm not exactly sure what they do, but it sounds like they send a lot of cards to sick kids and adults. She hired me to make mainly sympathy and get well cards, but also a few other assorted types. Since these are typically "difficult" for me to make, I thought I'd share what I made. Hopefully this will help you the next time you need to create that type of card.

All papers/embellishments and most of the stamps are CTMH - however I did use a few of my new Anyas and Ians from The Greeting Farm (all the cute kid stamps). I used my copic markers for coloring. I don't have time to post individual supplies for the cards, so if you have a question about any of the cards, please post here and I'll answer you.

One quick note... For the first card, and last two cards I used the 9x9 simply snapshots pages cut up to make these cards. It is quite easy and fast to do. Perhaps I should make another video tutorial showing how! I originally got this idea from CTMH consultant Chris Green.


Kim Burmeister said...

Great job, Nona! Cute cards!

Alanna said...

Great cards Nona. I think I need to do that with those 9x9 papers that I also have from CTMH. Thanks for the reminder.