Friday, October 5, 2012


Today we are featuring World Card Making Day and the work of some of our fabulous card making customers.  Tomorrow is the day and there are celebrations and challenges all over the blogosphere.   We have some very talented cardmaking customers and I want to showcase the work of a few of them.
 This cute creation is by Allison Graves.  It just shows how you can creatively use die cuts.  I LOVE this card!
Another Allison Graves creation using all white and the sentiment is a sticker by SRM.  Very elegant!
Sandy Trefger crated this adorable scarecrow card.  She used the woodgrain Impression Obsession cover-a-card stamp to make that really cool wood background. 
Another Sandy creation featuring an adorable Santa.  Love her use of baker's twine on this card!
Look at this fabulous creation by Valerie Light.  This is such an amazing card.  I was pleased to see that she entered it into the Our Daily Bread Designs challenge.
Another fabulous card by Valerie.  I love the simplicity of this card.  Simplicity is something I really struggle with, but admire so much.
These two cards were created by Pam Conover.  She does such an amazing job. Pam's mom passed away and she has been going through her mom's things.  Pam found the cards that she had made for her mom over the years and has been featuring them on her blog.  What a treasure the cards were to her mom and are now for Pam.
Scrapbooker extraordinaire Shaunery Wharton created this fabulous card.  LOVE the distressing on it!
This cute card was made by none other than Cat!  It is adorable.  However, Cat regretted starting it after she "fussy cut" the window and put the photo of her and Ray in it.  Fussy cutting really earned its name...she fussed just a little! 

I want to share just a very few links to some of the many events being held for World Card Making Day.  Operation Write Home is hosting a blog hopUnity Stamp Company is hosting challenges every hour on their blog.  Splitcoast Stampers hosts a big event every year combined with "Hope you Can Cling To", where you make cards for various challenges and then send the completed cards to MD Anderson for cancer patients.  And, of course, Papercraft Magazine, the creator of this fabulous holiday, hosts a huge event.  These are a fraction of the events being held for this holiday.  We are having a crop at Cat's on Saturday.  Call and reserve a spot so you can scrapbook or make a few cards to celebrate World Card Making Day.  Whether you create at home or come to the crop, I hope you can find time to make a card or two for this fun holiday. 


  1. I love looking at all the different cards everyone makes and all the wonderful ideas and techniques! I would love to see Pam's cards on her blog but don't have her link. Maybe we need a customer blog link thing on the sidebar. :)
    visit my blog @ sandy's crafty creations

  2. Her blog address is:
    You will have to scroll back some days, but they are there.