I love B/W, but rarely use it. It wasnt until I re-read the challenge restrictions I see you cant use 'markers' - but my interpretation/justification will be that thin lined glitter gel pen doesnt qualify as a 'marker'.....hehe. I dont think you can see it in the photo anyway.
Pretty self-explanatory, this set is similar/different. I chose 6 colors-words:
Pink-wonderful; Aqua-sparkle; Wine- be merry; Mint-happiness; Goldenrod-Thanks!; Orchid-forever.
Each white inset was stamped in black Stazon with a word and a flourish. I highlighted diffent stems/curves on the flourish with glitter gel pen. Each accent ribbon/organdy/cord is slightly different, but coordinated to the card/color/phrase.
I always forget to include the matching envies in the picture. I just stamped a small flourish on the front+back corner of the envie.
thanks for looking,
Valerie p.s. what would a set of 6 sell for?
Date: Saturday, July 28, 2007 GMT Views: 1144
Registered: October 2, 2005 Location: Upper St. Clair, PA Posts: 1
Sat, Jul 28, 2007 @ 10:53 AM
Including the envelope, wrapped in cello bags I know they would sell for a minimum of $18-$20 a set. Anything less and you'd be giving them away. I have a friend who pays $3.00 per card and she knows what a deal she's getting. She knows because she's been to my workshops and she's tried to do it herself and it's just not her thing. There are a lot of people out there who want the handmade card, value it, (but just are not crafters or don't have the time) but are certainly willing to pay. Hope that helps with your inquiry.
------------------------------ I don't make it up, I just make it pretty.