Can you say “PINK”!!

While I am sharing, I would like to show you a card my sister made while visiting with me.  I can’t list all of the materials she used but I can tell you that she is working hard at learning to make cards and I will have another to share with you a little later.  I think she is doing a great job!  

Pretty cool, huh?!  I can tell you that the top layer with the swirls is embossed pink vellum and the ribbon was hand-dyed to match.  I think it should go in my Etsy Shop until she gets hers up and running but…  she took it home with her to show her fans at home.

Let me know what you think of the family talent.  I love to see your comments in my mail and I will pass any for my sister, Megan, on down the line.  Blessings & Hugs!!

About Charlotte Zweigoron

Married, retired, never been so busy..! One of my most prized possessions is my very own craft room! And, actually, all the rest of our home is built around that craft room. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. I have been living in Georgia for over thirty-five years after a four year stint in Chicago. Crafting, reading and playing Mah Jongg with our circle of friends are my favorite activities right after spending time with my four grandchildren and four great-grandsons. Two of my three grown daughters and one of my two grandgirls live right across the yard from my husband and I. The youngest daughter, her husband, and our grandpups live in our same town. I have been teaching a paper crafting class for over three years and the ladies in the group have become a second family. We are well and truly blessed with people and critters to love..!
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5 Responses to Can you say “PINK”!!

  1. Denise says:

    love the card!!!!

  2. megan says:

    Thanks Denise! And thank you Sis for posting it. I got the cream colored, crochet trim at Joanne’s. You can’t really see in the pic but it has iridescent sequins on the trim. I cut the card and vellum shapes from one of Charlotte’s Spellbinder’s dies. The acrylic flower on the bow was purchased at hobby lobby. And I used Tim Holtz distressed ink pad, tea rose on the edges.

  3. Deborah RMercy says:

    Truely lovely!! I gotta get me one of those Spellbinders dies – Meghan, the apple doesnt fall far- well you know what I mean, its all in the family genes. Looking forward to seeing more

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