My little local group, the Southern Belles, meets once a month. We are a group of demonstrators who just like to meet to discuss Stampin' Up! and our lives. We always swap cards. Today I want to share. Some of the cards might be original or they might be cards found on Pinterest and copied. They might be copied from Pinterest and changed up just a little. I'm not sure. I'm going to show a picture and tell who made it in our group. If you see a copy, please consider it a form of flattery.
This first card was made by Twila Hartford. I wish you could see this up close. There is so much texture on this card. Twila used the Daisy Delight stamp set and punch.
Martha Morin made the next two cards. She said she owed us one. The first one uses the old standard Lovely as a Tree. She stamped the tree on glossy card stock and used several colors of green to color it in. She used the Hardwood background stamp.
Martha's next card uses the A Little Wild bundle. This stamp set makes great tags, but it's used here in a card. I'm going to show 2 pictures of this card. You have to see the inside. The best thing about this card is that Martha will be a grandmother for the first time in October. She's getting ready. Did I mention that I'll be the baby's great aunt? That makes me sound old!
Don't you just love that new Layered Leaves embossing folder on this card!
The next card was made by Kaye Owenby. She always leaves me a note about her cards. She got it from Laura's Creative Corner, Laura Venvertloh. Kaye says she did change a few things. This card uses the Oh, So Eclectic bundle. I just love the colors she chose.
The final card was made by Tina Lesson. Tina used the Graceful Garden stamp set and the matching Petal Garden Designer Series Paper Stack. She stamped the large flower on velum and colored it from behind. It makes for a lovely card.
So, there you have it. I feel so fortunate to have such good and talented friends! I do look forward to our meeting each month! Thanks for stopping by today.