Thursday, April 3, 2008

Craft Room Madness

I have been trying to get my craft room organized so things would be easier for me to make cards on a daily basis. I am starting to sell some of my craft supplies/stamp sets to help with the organization process. I just have too much stuff for such a small room.

So far I've sold 5 stamp sets :-)

Since it's raining outside today I decided to pull some things out and sit at the kitchen table and make some cards for my inventory. I made a birthday card and then thought it would probably be nice as a Mother's day card. So I made 5 Mother's day cards and 20 birthday cards. Since we give cards to everyone at our church, I will go through these birthday cards in no time. I am going to try and set some aside to sell but I don't normally sell that many cards.

I did make one thing different between the 2 cards because I couldn't decide if I liked it better with the brads or without. What do you think?


Anonymous said...

The cards are great! I love all your cards. You are so creative! Glad to hear you are working on your craft room. Can't wait to see the changes.


Elizabeth said...

Thanks Rebecca for the sweet comment! The craft room will take a while to get organized but I will keep you posted.
Love, Elizabeth

Anonymous said...

Wow! I like both of them- brads or no brads! What about buttons? or sparkly hearts? or a little wooden spoon? You see? it gets a little overwhelming for me with all the choices to be made! : 0 I hope you make lots of money sacrificing your stuff so you can make your craft room very special!

Christie said...

I like the site! :) I'm torn between the cards... I like the look of them both,.. of course, I'm an indecisive person, so that may be part of the problem... :)

Elizabeth said...

Nancy and Christie,
The great thing about making your own cards is you can make each one different. So you really don't need to decide on just one way. Maybe you should both start stamping cards with me :-) We could have a coupon and stamp club meeting together :-)
Love, Elizabeth