Monday, August 30, 2010

My first attempt at Monogram Cards

My aunt is an Educational Assistant at a school and asked if I'd consider creating some cards for her two new teachers.

The A teacher likes green so I used the Always Artichoke designer paper I had and printed the A on white paper before cutting out with my nesties.  The ribbon is two layers and a very simple card, but easy for duplicating, so I went with the same kind of layout for the Bravo Burgundy L cards. Only difference was I didn't have any patterned paper, so I made my own with the Stitched Background stamp.

6 cards with matching envelopes

And all packaged up!

I also created four cards that I was initially going to do for each teacher because the monogram cards were so simple, but instead, I upped the # of cards to six per set and I'm just going to send the other cards to my aunt since it was her birthday on Sunday! I hope she likes them. I'll have those to share later this week!


  1. Tanis I LOVE THESE!!!!!!!!!! They are wonderful!!!

  2. LOVE! These make my heart sing...They will be a total hit!

  3. I love these, so classic and elegant! I am sure they will be gladly received and you aunt will be so pleased!

  4. These are great Tanny!! I bet they would sell well at the craftshow I'm doing in November ... thanks for the idea!

  5. Tanny - are you freaking' kidding me!!!! These are AWESOME!!!! I absolutely LOVE them!!!! Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!!!!

  6. I AM the proud Aunt of the beautiful, creative, thoughtful Tanis. I LOVE these cards and I LOVE YOU!! ♥ ♥ I'm sooo excited! Thank you. x0x0x0x

  7. Very classy - love them! Sure they will be loved as well :)


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