Monday, February 2, 2009

cute cards




So, with "heart day" coming up, I have been looking for inspirations for my Valentine's cards. Here are a few I pulled from Martha. I have already finished my cards, but you'll have to wait til the big day to see them! 

4 comments:

Daniella said...

The Martha valentine's are cute eh? I posted some last week. That's quite a few posts we have in common!

Justin said...
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Amanda said...

Oh Sandi! One day you'll have your own little greeting card shop full of your own letterpressed cards! You always make the nicest cards! These are cute, i can't wait to see yours on v-day!

Nicole said...

Good Afternoon everyone,

Just wanted to add what everyone else has already said really, I really like your card designs, really lovely, I think you are so talented! I wish I could make my own greetings cards, I have tried to make my own cards in the past, but failed terribly! I think I went a bit crazy with the old glitter glue! However until I get my confidence back up to make my own cards, I have found an alternative solution for the time being! There are so many people that don't really agree with sending e-cards, I think maybe they feel that it is a lazy way to send a greeting, and are more in favor of the traditional way of buying a 'real' card, and sticking a stamp on it and popping it in the post.
However, I think this is one of those cases of 'don't knock it till you've tried it', I am a fan of electronic greetings cards. A lot of my computer wiz kid mates introduced me to e-cards, and that is how I began using them. I think when you try something new, you are recommended it by word of mouth, and that is exactly what happened to me.
I have recently been sending my friends a Happy Birthday e-Card greeting when they are at work! They just said it was a really idea and that it brightens up their day. I have tried quite a lot of e-Card sites, and I have now found a really cool Free Happy Birthday Day e-Card site that I really like. This particular site has an awesome application where you can upload a photograph of yourself and incorporate it into your card. This is such a clever idea, and adds that personal touch, and as I already mentioned this particular site is totally free. I think e-Cards are definitely worth a try, they are not for everyone, but I am becoming a fan! Just wanted to share my findings with you all. Have a good rest of your afternoon, Nicole.

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