I love, love, love quick and easy cards, and this stamp set, "Simply Soft," from SU! makes those kinds of cards easy to do.
These three cards were done very quickly one afternoon, and, along with another which I forgot to get a photo of, will make a nice little gift to a friend
Hmmm....not sure what to do with such a helpful, creative daughter. I had made this card from a sketch, not sure where I found it, and, since I was still working on it, I left it on the desk. As you can tell, that was a big mistake, lol.
This is another card I made with a Splitcoaststampers sketch. It is an older sketch, but I had fun playing with it. You can see another card made from this same sketch if you look back just a couple of posts.
This whole cards, stamps and paper, was made with supplies from TAC.
To me this mouse looks like he is having a party in the sky. This card was created using a sketch over on the High Hopes blog. I had intended to enter it into one of their contest, but when I realized I was too late, I decided to post it later.
This card was created with an old sketch from Splitcoast...a least I THINK that is where I got it from. I don't know who gets the credit of the stamp, although I absolutely LOVE it...images that work well for men are so hard to find, yet this one hits the spot perfectly.
This is another get well card made with all High Hopes images. I just love these dragons, and I love how simple it was to make. I made this for a boy about my oldest son's age, but when I was done he said it looked too little kid-like, soo.....I ended up with another card in my stash.
I had a little unwanted help in finishing up one of my cards, which you may recognize from one posted awhile ago. I made the mistake of leaving it out on a desk, within easy access of my sweet Julia. We decided to send it to her Nana, knowing she would appreciate the combined efforts of her 2nd daughter and 2nd granddaughter. Love you, Momma.
I made this card a couple of months ago for my friend Melora's 9th birthday, but I never gave it to her, nor did I get a picture taken....so a litte late, but hopefully still appreciated, I am doing both now.
Stamp: High Hopes Cuttlebug embossing folder, watercolor pencils, paper piercer
Thankfully, these are just the stamped kind, and I am not having to find homes for real ones. My husband is allergic to cats, so we shouldn't ever have to do that.
This is an older High Hopes image that I fell in love with when they put it on sale a couple of months ago. I made the card for a friend I am missing very much...now, to see if I ever get it mailed off to her. I tend to be a card collector, not a card sender...bad, bad me.