Yep, Adulting is Hard!

Emily and I spent a week with her friend and her friend's mom, who is my friend.  A delightful girls trip for 8 days to nice and COOL Colorado.

And then we came home – and adulting is back full force!

I started with one of the sketches from Card Sketch of the Month, put another twist on it, and created this cute and simple card that I can't wait to share with you.

Many stampers don't know where to start with their card making.  They get their supplies out and just stare at them – and that's exactly why I created Card Sketch of the Month.  We take one sketch and use it in four unique and creative ways.  All created to help you get past step 1 and directly into card making.

As I said, this card started from one of the sketches in that program.  Click here to learn more about CSOTM!


The Project

Here is our cutie project for today…



Simple, quick, fun, and creative!  And the best part is, it doesn't take a lot of supplies.  You die cut squares, stamp and die cut your image, stamp your sentiment and you are ready to pop this card into the mail and put a smile on someone's face.  I don't know about you, but that sounds pretty good to me!

Here's what you will need to recreate this card…


The Supplies

To order any of these supplies, simply click on a link below.  Use the Host Code below to earn free tutorials from me as a fun thank you!

Click here to place your order with me, use the host code below, and receive a free gift from me. 

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For orders over $150 placed through my store, don't use the hostess code, you will still get your free gift from me.





If you have ever wished for an easier way to get your creative juices flowing, please check out Card Sketch of the Month.  There is an annual plan and a month to month plan, only 1 person has cancelled her membership – that speaks volumes right there!


Thank You

Thanks for stopping by and checking out today's project.  I really hope you look at Card Sketch of the Month!  It's great card making ideas to help you use supplies you already have.  See you in the next project!  XOXO, Meg

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