I actually made this card for someone for the this past Memorial Holiday. Maybe we don't send greeting
cards for those holidays, but I needed to thank someone for flowers they
got for the cemetery.
work for the fourth of July as well? I think they'd make nice invitation cards as
well, or if someone is unfortunate to not be feeling well, a get well
card. I think we are about to have a generation that won't know what it's like to send or receive cards in the mail.
I actually had some fabric from a thrift store find that had some silver sparkle outlined stars.
My cards are made from a half sheet of card stock.
I ripped a sheet of paper into fourths to match a section of the card.
One section of the paper became my template to help me decide how long and large
to cut my scrap pieces of fabric.
When I was satisfied with the design,
I used the template to cut a piece of white fabric.
You could run through printer using a favorite font.
The cost from their generation now hasn't changed that much. Wonder why?
Below view B for one and view C for the other.
Above view E.
And then I made my oldest daughter's wedding dress. I also made the bridal party dresses & mine. It took about a year to make them all. Taking so much time allowed me not to stress out at all. I so enjoyed it. However, I never wanted to do this as a business. That would be stressful.