When I heard about this great card drive, I told Mom about it. Cards are being collected and will be distributed to elderly patients in nursing homes. Mom and I got together this past Saturday and made 11 cards to send. Most of these cards are pretty simple and didn't take long for us to put together. We stamped various sentiments inside each card. We came up with some of the cards on our own, and used our Pinterest boards for inspiration as well. Check them out here and here.
On to the cards!
I think this one ended up looking sort of vintage. It's one of my favorites:
This Christmas card is bright and fun!
This one is so pretty:
Mom added some glittery paint to a few of the berries to give this card some extra pizazz.
I made this one quickly with a die cut and 4 triangles for the corners. I used a large square paper punch and trimmed the squares in half to make these photo corners.
I love the dimension on this one. I used stamps, buttons, circle bunches, a die cut, and snowflake stickers.
Don't these ornaments look like they're hanging off the branches? Too cute!
Mom made this beautiful religious card.
I made this one more masculine, since there will be men receiving the cards too.
I love the black and white on this card Mom came up with!
If you would like to participate in this card drive, there's still plenty of time. Cards are due November 28. Please consider sending one (or more!) in. These cards are sure to brighten someone's day.
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