We wish you very happy holidays from all of us here at Lily Bee.
ring in the new year.
You never know when you might need a card for a special occasion and these
cards will hopefully inspire you as you create for others.
First up is this gorgeous card from Andrea. I love how cheery and bright
it is and this would surely delight anyone who received it:
She brings in so much color and texture on this card.
About her card Andrea says, " I love creating cards that may not fit
perfectly inside an envelope. With a bit of 3d foam adhesive and favorite
Lily Bee collections, you can take your card making to a whole new level."
Andrea began creating this card by stamping and layering paper strips on the
front of a folded piece of cardstock. Next, add foam adhesive to the back
side of the index journal card, add the ribbon and adhere it to the front
of the card. Add stamped elements (such as the butterfly) using foam
adhesive or craft glue. Bend the wings upwards to create more dimension.
Using a safety pin, add a paper heart from Victoria Park Bag of Bits
collection along with buttons.
Double Dutch (Celery- paper), Christmas Cheer (Hot Cocoa- paper, Figgy Pudding- Paper).
With 2012 coming to a close I decided to create a card to celebrate the
This card was quick and easy to create by simply layering a couple of
journaling cards and adding the sentiment. Don't be afraid to cut into
your cards like i did here. It adds a unique touch to your project and allows
you to use the products in different ways.
I cut the "Today" from one of the journaling cards and used it as a
highlight on the card.
Supplies: Persnickety (6x6 Tiny Tablet, Index Journaling Cards).