Anyone else out there love making cards? Did you know that the first Saturday in October is World Card Making Day? Well it is. And that’s just awesome.
A few years ago, I hosted a card and scrap crop for World Card Making Day at the local JoAnn’s. I made card kits and demonstrated a few techniques for those who attended. I have a few of those kits left.
Anyone want one?
There was a lovely butterfly one, with a couple fun ideas for using punches, and coloring with pencils.
Then there was the cupcake card, which showed some fun ways to add texture to punched images.
Then there was the four seasons card with some inking and texture techniques.
If anyone is interested in a card kit, sign up for my mailing list, and drop a message in the comments. I’ll do the stamping and punching, and you’ll be able to do coloring, inking, and assembling.
Also coming up, November’s month of thankful cards. Each year, I make and post a card for each day of November. At the end of the month, I send the cards to people on my email list.
Why do I make people sign up for my mailing list before I send them a card? Because I need to be able to contact you for your physical mailing address in order to send you a card. It’s that simple.
I don’t send out a lot of emails as a general rule. Once a week, you get an email letting you know if there’s anything new on the blog. Additionally, once every two weeks, you’ll get an email with links and ideas just for my email list. That set of emails doesn’t last very long right now. Occasionally, I’ll send out a general email, telling you about interesting things I may be doing, or classes or products coming up that are on sale. That’s very rare.
I will be sending out an email this week to current mailing list subscribers to remind them about the upcoming month of cards. If you don’t get an email this week, that means you’re not on the list, and I won’t be able to send you a card this year. The easiest way to get on the list? Scroll up to the top of the post, and fill in the information in the green and grey box. Bonus for you? You’ll be able to get a handy dandy tip sheet to help you figure out what’s the reason a stamp image goes terribly, horribly wrong.
Sound good? Good.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got some crafting to do. You should go make something too! It’s good for you!