Last week was my birthday. It was a big one for me. I won't tell you how old I am, but one of my cards does happen to have my age on it. Thanks to my sister. I'll have to forgive her because the card is so beautiful. Today I'm going to share my birthday cards that were hand made. I'm positive that many are CASEd from Pinterest or some other source. If you see a card that you designed please consider it a compliment to you. If you want to comment and give yourself credit, please do so. I'll start with my sister's card. This was made by Martha Morin.
And here is the inside of her card.
This card was made by Kaye Owenby.
This card was made by Debbie Brooks.
This one is also made by Debbie Brooks. Debbie joined my team. She had already given me a card, but gave me another when we all met to celebrate birthdays.
This one was made by Cindy Rose. I love Oh, So Eclectic.
This was made by Debra B. We met for a team meeting not too long ago. We made different backgrounds. This was a tie dyed technique using a coffee filter. Debra made hers into my card. Don't you love that!
This card was made by Lisa Austin. So pretty!
This card was made by April Gardin, the newest member of our team. She's off to a great start!
Twila Hartford made this card. Twila and I share the same birthday. I'm older.
Patti Tacy made this card. We are trying to pull her into the team. I think she'll be joining us soon!
This card was made by Faith Welch. Faith, I love you and my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Tina Lesson, a fellow Southern Belle made this card.
Kathy Smith made this card. Kathy is the reason that I stamp. We taught first grade together and she was across the hall. Now and then I would see faculty members in her room after school hours and they were having fun! I asked to join the group. Here I am, still stamping!
I don't know exactly who made this card, but it came from my NC Demo group. I want to show you the inside of this one.
This card was made by Sherry Summers. Lovely!
Nancy Rogers made this card. You can see she has a eye for detail. Some of this was hand drawn. I love that she used the new embossing paste she just got!
This one was made by Pat Wilkinson.
Thanks to all of you. I hope I didn't leave any of them out. Just think about all the time and love put into these cards. I am truly blessed to have these friends. Many of these friends have been brought to me through stamping. Stampers are good people!
Thanks for taking the time to share these cards with me.