Quick and Easy Cherry on Top and Tin of Cards

Saturday Series: Cherry on Top and Tin of Cards

Every Saturday on my blog I like to highlight a particular stamp set or theme...just to add some fun to the week. Well my Saturday got away from me, if you have college students returning to college, I know you can relate! Or getting the kiddo's ready! Well if you are someone who is busy this time of year, you will LOVE these cards! They are quick and simple and you can use for just about anyone on your list. All you need is a few tools and just a little bit of time!!  Yippee!!

Aren't those cute?? With a few strips of paper you can create 3 different looks with the Cherry on Top paper. I wanted to show that's it's not just for birthday cards!

Here's a cute anytime card, that comes together quickly. I layered a Bermuda Bay and Watermelon Wonder card stock and a little strip from Cherry on Top. Very cute!! If you have a friend you wanna send a little card that would cheer up their day, try this one!!

This is a fun card that again, just uses a couple strips of Cherry on Top Designer Series Paper!! This is a happy card! I added a rhinestone to add a little sparkle!!

This Birthday card could be used for a man or a woman. I don't know about you, but somehow birthdays sneak up on me...I know they only come around once a year and I know they are coming...but somehow poof they are here!! Ahh!! This card will help me out!!

I hope you have enjoyed these cards!! The Cherry on Top paper is a happy paper that can be used for many different types of cards, not just birthdays! I sometimes have to remind myself that everything we make doesn't have to be complicated, there is alot to say about simple!! I once heard this quote "if we can complicate it, we will". So I hope you feel inspired to use one stamp set a few circles and a couple strips of paper and you will be set!!

Have a great night!

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1 comment:

  1. Would you be willing to share the dimensions of the "A Happy Hello" card? I love all the cards...they are bright and cheery and could be for anyone --male/female, young/old.