Sweet Summer Sunshine Blossom

Sweet Summer sunshine is rich in color and sweet as honey.  How can you not smile and almost feel the warm rays of the sun when you see this card.  I put this card together for my friend Mindy Franks.  She is a sweet lady that is always smiling and is a joy to be around.  I met Mindy at work when I was transferred from a different job center to the medical center.  We are both busy people at work and making her a card for her birthday was a great reason to eat at the hospital dining facility.  Who likes hospital food?

Mindy likes it for sure.  She’s worked there so long, she pretty much knows the menu schedule… LoL…  I must say, I love talking to her.  So, I will eat hospital food anytime we both have a chance to chat.  Love ya Mindy!

To make quick clean and simple cards one does not ‘have’ to be creative… simply have a creative coach (like me).  If you are itching to start this fun hobby and find yourself overwhelmed not knowing where to start, start by downloading a few simple layouts that have been created by the Pals Paper Arts design team.  I keep the sketches handy for the days I have no idea what to do or if I’m short on time.  Go ahead give one a try.  If you need help… send me an email.

Handmade Card Ingredients

Stamp Set:  Easy Events
Paper:  Whisper White, Real Red
Ink Pad:  Real Red
Ribbon:  Daffodil Delight Binding Ribbon
  Boho Blossoms, Blossom Punch
Basic Pearls

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About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.

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