I feel very blessed to have so many crafting friends, both within my local community and those I've still yet to meet (in person anyway) on social media! Like anyone, I too, love receiving "happy mail" in the form of handmade cards and artwork from fellow crafters. Today I'd like to take a break from sharing MY designs with you and instead share three beautiful cards that I have recently received via snail mail. I'd also encourage you to visit the websites and/or social media pages of each designer to see more of their work.
This fun corgi card was made by Alanna Moses. This slimline card offers such amazing attention to detail from the beautiful Copic coloring, to a stenciled seashell background and 3D water droplets in the form of small acrylic beads. Yes, even though I'm a cat person, this card is "corgeous!" Thank you, Alanna!
This beautiful poppy card was made by Natasha Vacca and is a card that I wanted to replicate, so much so that I have already purchased the stamp set she used!! She used Distress Oxide inks on the background in an ombre pattern and then spattered on some white and silver ink. It's just stunning! Thank you, Natasha.
The final card I'll share with you today is from Candice Fisher. Candice and I worked together on the Butterfly Reflections Ink Design Team and I credit Candice with inspiring me to create my first slimline card! I saw her designs and then I jumped on the trend. Look at the amazing coloring and dimension on all those balloons! What a fun card, thank you Candice.
I look forward to sharing more of my happy mail in the future. If YOU'D like to send me a card (or receive one from me!) please send me an email at email@example.com.
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