Welcome to another edition of the Wednesday Evening Post. I'm happy to remind you that today is the LAST DAY OF WINTER!!!!!! I've actually seen signs of Spring, so I know it's coming and it has been a very long wait.
I hope this post finds you well and happy. Tonight's post (BTW, I've used a larger font-what do you think?) contains more thank you cards. Seems like I have been thanking people left and right lately. That makes me a lucky guy to have so many out there doing stuff that deserves thanks.
As most of you know by now, I have a brand new set of choppers. The dental staff has been wonderful, and I wanted them to know how much I appreciated them. Here are the cards I made for them:
|FOR MY DENTIST|
|FOR THE HYGIENIST|
|FOR THE FRONT OFFICE|
I also needed a "manly" thank you card for someone else who helped me recently. Here is another "guy" thank you card:
I actually got the inspiration from a card from one of my old House Mouse buddies Patricia Rose HERE. I liked her two-toned oval. So I changed it up a bit by running it through a wood grained look embossing folder, then using distress ink to make it look a little more like wood. I added the copper square brads and then a banner greeting all on some DSP for background. You are going to see a lot more square cards from me. I've never really liked the A2 size card. The square just gives more room to do stuff and is more impressive in size.
Pic of the Week:
I think these Canada Geese are tired of this crappy winter too. I love how they were standing on just one leg while trying to keep the other one warm.
Well another post is complete. The next post will be written (wait for it. . .wait for it. . .) IN THE SPRING!!!! LOL I've still got just a few more people to visit then I will be all caught up. So hang in there those of you who haven't seen me yet. . .I'm coming!
Hope you all are doing great. . .
PS. . .there were a couple of you who asked for the instructions for the gift card holder I made last week. Your blog is not set up so that I could reply with it so here is a link in case you were interested: GIFT CARD HOLDER