Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Black & White Monogram Card

First of all Thank You for visiting my blog. I am new to the blog world, but I have secretly wanted to do this for a long time. I look forward to the journey that I am going to be taking and the friends I am going to make along the way. I have been working on getting my Etsy Store and this blog going for a few weeks now, maybe more... What is the date? With the encouragement and tremendous help of a dear friend I met at PBS Swappers, my papercraft swap group, I am finally almost there! Thank You Kim, I could not have done this without you!!! For my first post I am going to be putting a few pictures up of the first card that I made for my Etsy Store. Alot of firsts going on there...

One picture is never enough. You need a few to really get the full effect of any handmade crafts. Besides, you know how us scrapbookers love our photos!

This second photo, above, shows an up close view of the ruffle I made for this card. It is actually cardstock that has been stamped, embossed and then I put it through a paper crimper to get this effect.

Thanks again for stopping by and sharing my first blog post! Your comments mean alot to me. I would love to hear what you think of my Black & White Monogram Card and anything else you would like to share. Take care and I will see you in a few days when I get back from my camping trip. Hopefully it goes better than last weekend, (it rained the whole time) so I can have some pictures to share with you. Until next time... Take Care!


  1. I love the black and white card. How did you do the ruffle at the bottom? What kind of crimper did you use? I only have the one from Fiskars and the ruffle seems to have wider folds.
    Carol (aka Tehachap)
    tehachap at

  2. Hi Sherry,
    Read through your whole blog, very nice indeed. Love the cards and tags you've been making and I'm looking forward to all the stuff you bought that you're going to alter. Patsy from


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