Mini Cards

Hi peeps. Vera here to share a couple cute cards for today’s post.

Every now and then, I enjoy making mini cards. Usually I used the measurement of 3″ x 4.5″. This mini card is perfect to tuck in a small gift bag or like me sister-in-law who owned a bakery, she loves using my mini card with her delivery order.

First up, is this card I made using the Honey BearsLove And A Dog set and Stripe Addict Cling Background.

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I stamped, colored and fussy cut both images. Aren’t they adorable? And, for the strip border, I colored the stamp with my Zig markers (not the watercolor marker, just the regular Zig marker). Finished with some Glass Slipper sequins.

Next, is this simple and cheerful birthday card.

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If you have this bear set, you might notice that the expression on this standing bear on the set is different than the one on my card. As shown on Mayline’s video HERE of this bear set, you’ll see that this bear set comes with several expression images and you can change the bear’s expression, simply by blot out the face part when you stamped the body and then stamp your choice of expression.

The sparkles and  the sentiment is from Purrincess set. Embellished with some Lemon Chiffon sequin. Simple, but fun. My kind of card. 🙂

Hope you enjoy today’s cards and maybe you’ll be inspired to make some mini cards. Have a fabulous day and thank you for topping by here.

 

3 thoughts on “Mini Cards

  1. Christy Bray says:

    Love both these cards! And I appreciate u making cards of a different size. Most designers don’t do that enough! I like big cards doe times too – will u do some of those? Like A9 envelope size?
    Keep up the inspiring work!

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