for us old timers, is the tune running through your head now? Well, although this post doesn't really have anything to do with music from the 60's, I am a believer that the eBrush has found a permanent spot on my crafting table. I'm having so much fun!
Today's pics all have the same theme - Anniversary. We have 5 kids who all have anniversaries within a 3 month period of time... 2 in August, 2 in September and 1 in October. Hubby's folks have theirs in December. I decided to use a file from SVG Cuts' Everyday Cards collection. It's been a go to for several other dimensional folding cards over the past couple of years. I love the flexibility it offers. I switched out the bracket frame/cutout and replaced it with an oval and a narrow oval frame. Even with a tiny bit of layering and some dimensional embellishments, the finished cards flatten and fit into a regular sized A4 envelope.
for each card you'll need:
1 sheet 11 x 6in white card stock
background stamp of choice (I used one from Stampin' Up! retired)
ink (optional - you can spray the stamp with the marker of your choice and the ebrush)
markers (Stampin' Up!)
adhesive (Xyron, tombow)
embellishments as desired
electronic die cutting machine and software (I used the Sizzix eclips2 and eCal)
Everyday Cards collection from SVG Cuts.com
Here are 4 of 5 of the cards:
The August anniversaries have come and gone with September's up next. I love looking at the joy in their faces in these pictures and even better to know that the joy is still there in each of their relationships.
All of the card bases are colored with markers using the eBrush. No ink daubers were used to distress the edges. I used my 5 in Xyron sticker maker to apply the photos and oval frame to the front of the card. I also used a crimper to add a little more dimension to the narrow frame piece. Other embellishments from my stash.