Seriously. What happened to me? November? I haven't blogged since November? Well, I suppose the Holidays did me in. And I don't even make my family's Christmas cards. Anyway, I really have been making plenty of things in my few spare moments, so I'll post them as I can.
This card is one of a set I made for my friend who got married last month. She is pretty amazing. I used their last name initial, then his on the left and hers on the right. I have no idea if that is kosher or not. It was difficult to capture on camera, but I used a rectangle Nestability to dry emboss the middle of the card. I then heat embossed the frame from PTI's Piece of Cake. Simple and elegant.
Paper: PTI White
Ink: Versamark, Versafine Onyx
Stamps: PTI Piece of Cake, Trajan Alpha, Simple Alpha
Other: Filigree embossing powder-silver, Rectangle Nestabilities
In other news: This is the picture we used for our Christmas card. Because we're ridiculous. We saw a portrait of Brigham Young this summer, and it was of the back of his head. Framed and on the wall and everything. We couldn't pass up that idea...Yes, I really do have 6 kids. And yes, that ugly statue is made of rebar. My husband tells me it can hold 8 hats. It has since been removed from the mantel.