Friday, June 28, 2013

This was the last card my groups made and by this time I was doing a long sigh of relief! Like I said before I love doing this for my groups but it sure takes a lot out of me, not to mention a dent in my cardstock LOL.

While we didn't put a sentiment on the outside of this one I did let them each choose a sentiment for the inside and of course everyone one of them wanted a different sentiment and different ink color, so that did take some time to do.

On this last day I had there other 3 cards bagged up in a ziplock bag with their name. This way they could have all 4 cards together and if they dropped them or spilled something the cards wouldn't get ruined. Had each of them sign the back of the card and told them that way the receiver would know they made it. I think I need to get one of those "handmade by:______________" stamps for future card making sessions.

I am now looking forward to starting on some projects for myself but yet they are already asking about Christmas cards *okie smiles and laughs softly*, I guess they really do enjoy our little card making sessions!

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  1. You are such a good soul for leading these crafting sessions with your clients. They will get such satisfaction out of giving their homemade cards to people they care about.

  2. You are so creative and talented, and generous to share with your clients. It is easy to see why they are already asking to do holiday cards! Great job, and those who receive the cards made by their loved ones will be so pleased. BethAnn M.

  3. I love hearing about how much your group loves making cards. I know it must take much patience on your part, but it's worth it! They're lucky to have you. Julie M

  4. I think it's great what you're doing with them. Aside from the crafting/construction skills, it gives them a chance to have something to "gift" to a friend and also gives others there (as I'm sure at least some will be exchanged with others there) a chance to have their day brightened with a card! - KCM