Walking past all of the vibrant spring colors in every store has made me want to redecorate my house and freshen up my wardrobe.
I want punches of orange, lime, teal, and yellow throughout my house sadly, that's not an option.
I use to be a big card girl, a card for every occasion and even for non occasions. Now I just say, "that one's from us" when our gift is being opened. So not cool.
While walking past the display of paint chips at WalMart I grabbed a few in the spring colors I'm lovin' right now and thought, I'm gonna do something with these. And I did!
I took 2 of the same colors and glued them together.
Then I pulled out my scrap booking supplies and decorated the front. I used a few old school rub-offs, a few flowers and brads on this one.
I added a flower to the back to cover up the ugly side of the brad leaving a perfect space for a personal note.
I added a grommet to the corner, fed a ribbon through it and attached it to the ribbon on the gift.
Peanut wrote a note to the birthday girl on the back and wallah, an adorable and personal card that cost me nothing!
Another birthday, another paint chip card. The colors are off in the picture, it's a hot pink card attached with a hot pick ribbon, I'm not color blind I promise. I attached the metal flowers before gluing these together, I didn't want the back side showing and it left more room for writing.
I have a few more ideas swirling around in my head and a stack of paint chips...this could get fun!