Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Lamp Post Cards

So now that school is out, I'm finally having some more time for crafting (yay!).  One thing I want to do quite a bit of this summer is make some cards, both for myself, my family, and some for Operation Write Home as well.  I sent off my first package of cards to Operation Write Home at the end of May, and I'd like to send even more before the summer is over.  I have a goal of making at least 52 cards this year (my first year participating), one for each week.  Some people send in hundreds of cards (amazing!) but I'm trying to not overwhelm myself and just starting out with averaging one per week.  You can check out my progress over time on my sidebar :)

I'm really really really happy with how these cards turned out.  They were pretty simple to make, once I got the idea in my head (hardest part of card making for me - coming up with ideas of how the card should look!).

The background paper is from Michaels
The black silhouette was cut using my Cameo and is a shape from the Silhouette store
The sentiments are Paper Smooches
Have a great rest of the week!
Linking up at some of these great parties!


  1. This is just so lovely - what beautiful cards!
    Saw you over at Life on Lakeshore Drive and had to come see these!
    Hugs from Montreal

  2. Lovely card! Thanks for sharing!
    Have a fabulous day!
    Hugs from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft

  3. So cute! Love the background! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  4. What a professional-looking, sweet card.

  5. This is seriously so sweet! Thanks for sharing it at The Creative Exchange ♥

  6. LOVE this silhouette couple! What a beautiful sentiment to give someone. Thanks for sharing.

  7. This is a really nice card. The card design can be used for both versions. The overall design was well crafted I must say. I like the dark color you chose to use for the girl and guy because it gave it a sensual look that made it come off really romantic. Dark represent passionate love. Wow, your work is spectacular!

    Kurt Bohling @ Philadelphia Mail Room


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