I wasn't going to put another card up today, but as I was cleaning up my mess (I'm awfully good at making those!), I thought I'd share it with you anyway.
I belong to a card-making club that is based just south of Atlanta, GA. I say based--but truth be told, everyone that is in the club lives down there EXCEPT me. I was there for the first gathering, and then again last spring. Each month, everyone designs just one card, and makes up kits for each of the rest to make that card. I send mine down there about a week ahead of time. When the day is down, each has 8 different cards--their own, plus 7 more; and they mail the kits back to me. I wish I could be with them more, but this is great fun when I get a big envelope full of card kits!
This simple little winter card is what I'm sending down for next weekend when they get together. I used it as a thank you note, but it could easily be a thinking of you, or birthday, or whatever. I don't know the maker of the stamp--it was unmounted long ago--but it was colored with Copic markers (C0, YR04, B21, B23), and highlighted with a Sakura Gelly Roll glitter pen. The edge punch is EK Success.
Back to cleaning . . .