Tuesday, May 29, 2012

May is a very busy month for me with three special birthdays. I'm posting all their cards tonight since all have now received them.

The first card was for my friend, Deb. Deb and I work together and take turns driving to the conventions and have a good time at all of them.  This card was for her. This Elisabeth Bell image was colored with Copics.

The next birthday was Caitlin who sits next to me at the office. This card was for her.I used a Mo Manning image that I had to reduce down in size because it was too large for my card. I colored her with Copics.

This last card was for my daughter, Stephanie. I colored this image with Copics. I used a Mo Manning image for her and reduced her down in size, too.

Hope the recipients liked their cards. I had a lot of fun creating them and making them so special.  This past Memorial Day weekend I made other cards, was warm here in Phoenix on Sunday and Monday so we didn't spend a lot of time outdoors. It was a good craft weekend!

Hope every had a nice Memorial Day and have a good week!


  1. OMG.. there is no way they would not like the cards... they are stunning Sweetie!! love them all!!!!

  2. Wow! You are so productive! They will love them for sure! I love them all, they are very beautiful! I like the details like the stick pin on the second card :)
    Hugs, Brigitte :)

  3. I love the sweet images Gail, Beautifully done
    Hugs Julie P

  4. Gorgeous cards, Gail - each one of them. Love how you chose different colors on each one and then coordinated the embellishments absolutely perfectly for each - awesomely cute and definitely should be treasured for always !! You are a true artist . . .

  5. Simply adore your beautiful work. Every card is perfect & you are such a thoughtful person to make these for so many friends. Wish I worked in your office so I could see them all up close & personal. Also LOVE those round sentiments !!! What a perfect touch. What company makes the ones like the Happy Birthday to you with the little balloons & noise maker? Too cu