Adventures in Card-Making · To die for

Can’t wait – so many possibilities

Dear Fellow Crafters,

Do you get excited when you order a new craft item and can’t wait for it to be shipped to you? Chances are, you do. Well I ordered this die from Craftstash and could hardly wait for it to arrive. Since Craftstash is based in England, the wait (while totally worth it) is usually longer than if shipped from a state near-by.

So many possibilities! Just think – red-check paper (barbecue), pink, lilac yellow – (Mom), flowered paper (baking, gardening), quilting paper (sewing) … I could go on and on, but instead I think I’ll just make a card!

~Sallie

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Seasonal Sentiments · Sentiments

Sentiments for Easter cards

Dear Fellow Crafters,

In the spirit of the season, here are this year’s sentiments for Easter/Spring cards. Enjoy!

~Sallie

May the beauty of God’s creation fill your heart with joy.

Hope this Easter blooms with happiness for you.

Wishing you Easter blessings every day of the year.

A special wish for all the little delights of spring.

Easter surprises just for you!

Somebunny loves you!

Just hoppin’ by with an Easter “Hi” and a special wish for an extra happy day!

I’ll give you a “bunny hug” first chance I get… but for now, here’s a wish for your best Easter yet!

Adventures in Card-Making · Gallery · Seasonal Sentiments

Think Spring

Enjoy an “egg-excellent” Easter!  

Dear Fellow Crafters,

As the weather turns warmer and flowers start blooming, everyone starts thinking Spring! The retail outlets have been selling Easter bunnies (candy and plush) for weeks now and we+’ve all seen the newest fashions in clothes so let’s talk spring cards and sentiments.

“Do all things in love”.

“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.”

“Breathe. Let go. Remind yourself that this very moment is the only one you know you have for sure.”

“Easter is the only time of year when it’s perfectly safe to put all your eggs in one basket.”

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Enjoy spring!

~Sallie

Seasonal Sentiments · Sentiments

Christmas sentiments

Dear Fellow Crafters,

Does your mind “go blank” when faced with writing a sentiment in a greeting card? Here are a few Holiday greetings for you, broken down into categories:

FOR FRIENDS:

“Have your best Christmas ever!”

“We hope you have a nice, relaxing Christmas, Susan!”

“So grateful to have a friend like you at Christmas and all year long!”

FOR FAMILY:

“Family is the greatest gift of all.”

“Thinking of you with lots of love this Christmas.”

“My holiday starts when we get together.”

“Looking forward to being with you soon”.

FOR THOSE FAR AWAY:

“Missing you this holiday season but we wish you a wonderful holiday.”

“We may not be together in person, but you’re always in my heart.”

FOR THOSE IN DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES:

“You’ve had more than your share of challenges this year. Wishing you peace and hope at Christmas and a new year full of better days.”

“It’s hard with Christmas comes during a difficult time. Just know that I’m thinking of you.”

FOR YOUR SUPERVISOR OR OTHER COMPANY CLIENTS:

“Happy Holidays and all the best to you in the year to come”.

“It’s a pleasure to work with you and a joy to wish you a Merry Christmas.”

“Warmest wishes for a happy holiday season.”

…and you can always wish them a very traditional “Merry Christmas!”

~Sallie