I've had a nice, relaxing few weeks. The school year is wrapping up, so while we certainly still have things we have to do as a school board, now that we've passed the budget, we don't have extra meetings to attend. The quiet lull will end soon, as we get into retirement functions and year end assemblies. The nice thing about the drop in the number of evening meetings is that I've been able to watch some of the NHL playoffs. Loved watching the Tampa Bay Lightning take out the New York Rangers tonight! Now if the Blackhawks can just beat the Ducks tomorrow....
It's been too hot to be outside, so I decided I'd work on some cards. I went through my stash of kits and found a couple Christmas cards that worked well for this challenge:
For the first card, I just cut the patterned paper and washi randomly. The rhinestones came in the triangular shape.
For the second card, the ornaments and frame were again, both cut with the Cricut, so it was really easy. The patterned paper was just cut to size to fit underneath the frame. For the bow, the paper was cut a little bigger so I could cut off the excess & properly fill the space. Again, the rhinestones came in the shape of the ornaments.
All the products for these cards were from Close To My Heart.