the day we say goodbye to Thailand. We've had a really lovely time
here, the first week with Stampin' Up! and the last few days, with just the
two of us.
We've enjoyed the food, the sight-seeing, the resort and
have found the Thais to be really polite, friendly people. Although I'll be sorry to say goodbye to Thailand, I am looking forward to getting back into my studio and crafting again!
had a bit of spare time yesterday evening so I decided to share my four
handmade birthday cards with you. All four have been made by great
crafters I've met since becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator!
Photographs 1 - 3:
Geraldine Homenchuk, Canada, SU demonstrator. Geraldine always makes the most amazing
cards. She also decorates the inside of her cards and the envelopes.
Since the beginning of the year, I have been decorating the insides of
my cards, but not with anywhere as near as much detail as Geraldine.
Many thanks, Geraldine.
- Maria Kennedy, Scotland.
Maria is my customer, as well as my friend.
She is a new cardmaker, and, as you can see, has taken to it like a duck to water.
Photograph 5 - Kelly Kent, Western Australia. SU demonstrator. I have obviously overlooked a good
stamp set from the new annual catalogue!
I don't recognise the watering
can on Kelly's card, but will add it to my wishlist when I do! Although I
have my catalogue with me, I don't have time to go through it to find
which stamp set this is from!
Maybe I'll have a look while I'm on the
plane home, if I can stay awake, that is! LOL!
Many thanks, Kelly.
- Audrey Shaw, Scotland. Audrey is in my Stampin' Up! team of Super
I'm not quite sure how Audrey has decorated this card!
There is a
layer of cardstock on the card base but about 1/4" smaller all round.
Then it looks like she has drawn a line of gold all round the edge
where the layer meets the card base. I'm bursting to find out
what Audrey used! I may CASE the rest of the design for my August Thank
You Cards! Do you mind, Audrey?
Many thanks, Audrey.
I'll be back on Saturday, once I'm back home.