I am up to my eyeballs in cards--literally hundreds of them--and other projects for tomorrow's enormous craft show at Maranatha College in Watertown. I am looking forward to it immensely! I hope you can swing by--it's the best craft fair in the area--and I'm not just saying that because I have two booths there : )
I always make a lot of inspirational cards especially for this fair, so I have enjoyed getting out my extremely varied collection of Scripture stamps from all over the place and making cards with those. I always get lots of requests for my "Shadow of the Almighty" cards.
As you can see I have done a lot of heat embossing lately! Last week it was Iridescent Ice, this week it was Brushed Gold. My craft room looks like a Saharan dust storm came through. I just can not keep that stuff in the container and the Powder Pals trays no matter how hard I try to stay tidy!
Since there's so many music majors and music teachers at the college, I always try to have a lot of musical cards made up. I enjoyed using the retired set Musical Manuscript for this set. It's not showing up, but there is a subtle sheen to these cards--the shimmer paint spray struck again!
And while I mostly mass-produce for craft shows, I still have more than 150 single cards, many of which could never be recreated exactly the same way. These vintage cards are made with the Pun Fun set and each one is different and unique. If you like one of a kind cards instead of sets, you will not be disappointed!
Last but not least, I am offering something new this year. I have made up about 20 Mega Tote Bags (see photo tutorial) and will be offering them as a package deal with either a set of cards or a "pick your own" assortment of cards. Fun! Hope to see you there.