Welcome back! I guess I was in a bit of a cutsie mood this week. I kept thinking about soldiers that have young kids at home, and these cards are geared toward them.
Cookie Monster Card:
Supplies: Cardstock by Provo Craft, stamps by Stampin Up!, C by DoodleType Cricut Cartridge, patterned paper from Google Images, font is Tall Paul, idea from Split Coast Stampers
I saw an Elmo card and thought how fun a Cookie Monster (my favorite muppet) card would be. All in all, I really like it and don't think I'd change a thing.
It's Owl Good Card:
Supplies: cardstock by Provo Craft, patterned paper by KI Memories, die cuts by Gypsy Wanderings and Alphalicious Cricut Cartridges
Who doesn't love owls? I've developed a serious obsession with owls lately. Be prepared to see a lot more owl cards in the future.
So fun! Lately, I just can't get enough of cards or of service. My husband wrote his friend that is serving in the army about my weekly card project, and his friend replied,
"tell your wife hello for me, and let her know it makes me feel good knowing about her project. all the guys out here love the support we get from our friends and family. let her know it means alot that she is contributing."
I just get all warm reading his words. The service men and women appreciate and need our support out there. And what better way than spreading some smiles with handmade cards?
If you've joined the pack of 104 cards in a year, then be sure to get your own OWH stamp for the backs of your cards. There are lots of different designs to choose from. As for me, I'm cheap so I went with the FREE stamp option:
Awesome, isn't it? And it was completely free, I didn't even have to pay for postage. You can order any of the OWH stamps from HERE. Keep crafting friends! And keep me posted on your cards, I'd love to feature them on the blog.