I love doing artwork. I use it myself for letters and cards, and even decorating presents. And what better way to honor my art than to share it with you!
Using small clusters on your cards or inside them adds a little more interest to your cards or letters. There are some blanks for you to add your own quotes, and then there are others that already have some quotes.
Clusters usually come in groups of 3 or 5. Like the one pictured above, you have a button, a flower and a lady bug, which are 3 items. You could add two sparkly rhinestones to the dot of the antennae to turn this into a 5 item cluster.
Clusters are often stand-alone art that is put together in a design.
A cluster could be 3 dots, all the same size or each dot a different size or color. Many times, I use dots or flowers to balance out a larger creation or card.
If you would like to add clusters to your creations, please feel free to use the ones I’m offering today!
And now, onto the REAL SHARING.
And the last two items today are calendars; September and October, 2016.
To make creating easier, you can buy blank cards with envelopes. I use those from time-to-time, when I need a quick card in a hurry.
If you’d like to take the next step, and need tools to do it; look no further. Go on! Just right click, copy, save as, and start your journey today! Put a smile on the faces of those you love. Erase the miles between you. It’s fun! And now, it’s so easy.
Here’s my card to share, share, share with others! And, thank you!
I’d appreciate any and all comments, and you can pick up my free journal coloring book by sending me an email to cjzphone at gmail dot com. Allow 24 hours for a response.
If you have trouble posting, try several times. It took me a few times, and others have said that it was hard for them to post. You can also reach me at my personal email address, which is cjhampton at wideopenwest dot com. (You might also try right clicking on the comment to see if that brings it up.)
Have a terrific weekend, and see you Friday.
Cj at Grannies Print Shop.blogspot.com; designed to help grandparents reach out to their grandchildren, so that closing the miles equals smiles. Make a connection again, and let your grandkids know you are thinking of them. If you consider making a physical card, you are remembering how wonderful it used to be to receive REAL MAIL from friends and family. It’s a dying art, so I hope you’ll help keep the tradition alive!