When I decided to do this Card Exchange, I had no idea how much fun it would be!! It was SO fun to see where all of the cards came from. I was excited to get packages of cards from all over. The little town I grew up in, the college town I met my husband in, several from Utah County, a couple from Illinois, a couple from Arizona, Kentucky, Texas, California, and North Carolina. There is something I love about each of these cards.
This is Debbie’s card, and I love the color scheme and the little presents!Loretta sent this one, and I really like the stamp she used.How cute is this cupcake card that Lexie sent. I love the “sprinkles”!Shaneen sent these cute little hair flowers for all who participated, and I love the embossed paper she used. (I learned how to make these cute flowers last year, but having 4 little boys, I have never made any. I was excited to wear this in my hair, and I think I might make more to wear!)I love the colors Sami used for her card! And how fun is that swirly stamp she used on the orange!?! Love it!Sarah sent this card, and I love the brown and pinks she used. I also love the details of the little bling she added in the center of the little flowers.These are the cards that Tracy sent! I love the banner and the fun colors!!When I saw these cards, it really made me wish I had hand writing like Tiffany! And how cute to use a real birthday candle!? Love it!These cards seriously made me laugh out loud!! How clever is Jeanette!? When I looked closer at this, I’m pretty sure she used punches for all the hamburger pieces. I love it!Isn’t this card fun!? Misty sent this card, and I love everything about it. Stitching/sewing on cards is not something I do often (getting my sewing machine out takes too long), but seeing this makes me want to do it more.Mandy made these cute cards with the felt leaves. I love the way she stitched on the leaves.I don’t know if Debbie used chalks to color her stamp or what, but I love the way it turned out!Bobbie made these cute cards, and I love the soft colors she used. That patterned paper is fun too!And last but not least, this is the card that I made. I’ve never used kraft cardstock before, but I’ve heard about it a lot. I think this is going to be one of my new favorite colors! I used my Cricut to cut out the flowers. I kept my card pretty simple, but I kinda, really love the way it turned out.