It’s that season again, full of weddings and engagements! One of my closest friends just got engaged, and I decided to make her a home made card. I really enjoyed experimenting with custom lettering as I designed this “L.O.V.E” card. I left the O blank, for her ring of course!
I took a few photos of the card with my own engagement ring before I shipped it off to her :)
I had a lot of fun with these rush order Diwali Cards! I used ink and acrylic paint to make these 5×7 mini works of art :)
One of my oldest and closest University Friends got engaged this weekend! Not only was it the first proposal I ever witnessed, but it was also my first flash mob. It was an incredible experience and I am so happy that I was a part of it. I wish them all the happiness in the world :) This card was made on cardstock using acrylic paint and black ink. The “Omega” at the back is a part of a really old nerdy inside joke.
I made a pair of unique Indian themed Christmas cards for a friend. Her sister likes India and Monkeys, so I went with an Indian Monkey theme (This never happens). Her other friend is Indian at heart but is also a candy loving doctor, so I added a candy cane stethoscope at the back.
I was commissioned to do a pair of very unique Christmas Cards for a San Francisco 49ers fan and a Philadelphia Eagles fan. I did these 5×7 cards using acrylic paints and card stock.
Today is my sister’s 22nd birthday! I am so proud of my little sis for her amazing experience abroad and everything she’s accomplished so far :) I wish her an amazing year full of bigger and better things!
I also recently celebrated the 25th birthday of one of my closest friends from University!
I had several business cards leftover with my old position on it, so I used them to create these cards.
I used a floral stamp with black embossed ink, red acrylic paint, and some pretty brown/gold thread I found to create this card.
I used my embossing stamps, silver embossing powder, acrylic paint & little crystals I got from Etsy to make this 5×7 card. Ever since I got my Martha Stewart score board, I find that my cards look much more professional :) It’s hard to see the 3D effect of the stamps. I tried to take a picture under light so you can see the full effect. The geometric pattern reminds me of those wooden doors in India.
I created this card using acrylic paint, card stock, and some gold foil from the inside of an old envelope. I used a thick gold acrylic paint and some acrylic medium in order to get some depth into the border. It’s hard to tell in the picture, but the red background shines in the light thanks to hints of gold paint :)