Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Simple Cards

I made this set of simple cards for a friend whose been so thoughtful to me during my surgery/recovery period! Wanted to let her know how much her kindness has meant to me! She's not the type to like "over the top" creations, so I kept them clean and simple.
There are two in each color scheme. 
Here they are all bagged up pretty in my homemade glassine bag.

Supplies used:
  • Anna Griffin background stamp
  • Scripture stamps from Biblical Impressions
  • Wax Paper
  • Ribbon
This post linked to:
Word Art Wednesday


Courtney said...

I stopped by to thank you for your sweet comment on my blog & then I see that you linked to me today! Aw thank you! I love all of your cards, so cute.

xo, Courtney

Karen Letchworth said...

Just gorgeous, Esther. You are always such a creative soul. I love coming by to see what you're up to. By the way, your blog looks awesome for the season. I wish I had your creativity (and energy). Have a blessed week, my friend.
Karen L
Word Art Wednesday

Unknown said...

Esther, what a thoughtful tangible way to say thank you to a friend. Those cards are lovely and like how you packaged them.
Thank you for linking up with WAW this week.
Psalm 103 Blessings,
Carole Robb Bisson,
Word Art Wednesday

Faye said...

The cards are so pretty and the bagging with the ribbon makes them extra special.

Jennifer said...

Such a thoughtful gift! Love the gift wrapping to!

Winnie said...

such lovely cards! I love how you packaged them for a gift for your friend. What a thoughtful gift, and I am so glad you had such a helpful thoughtful friend during your recovery.

Teresa Arsenault said...

These are lovely, Esther, and they look so perfect all tied up with a bow.
Blessing hugs,

PS - Love your knitted clutches.

Pam said...

Your card set is lovely! The colors are beautiful!

Susan (rainy) said...

Such a gorgeous set for your friend.. simply perfect.

Pamela said...

I love having notes with Scripture on them. Love the colors.

Christa said...

I love your "clean and simple" cards just as much as your layered ones. You do such a good job!

Thanks for the link to the DIY glassine bags, too. I've wanted some on occasion, but I never knew I could make my own.