September is a busy time for everyone - for me it seems to be the start of a lot of travel for business. While I love exploring new cities, I really would much rather be at home. Today is the first day of 3 weeks of straight travel for me. I'm off to Baltimore for a week of meetings. I come home next Saturday for just enough time to unpack my suitcase and re-pack as I leave for a week in Regina. The last trip is the one I'm most looking forward to. My sisters and I are heading to New York for 5 days. It will be so much fun to spend time with my sisters - we don't get to see each very often. Even though they only live in Alberta we just don't seem to get together very often. This will be first time the 3 of us have done a trip like this - all spurred because my husband isn't really interested in going to New York. His loss and my gain!
I thought I would share the swap card I made for the Canada Inks Up! swap that we did at convention. Canada Inks Up! is the group of demonstrators I belong to through my Upline Alison. I shared some of the cards from the talented ladies in the group in a previous post but I realized that I hadn't shared my swap.
score @ 3-1/8” and 4-1/8” using the diagonal plate for the Simply Scored. It's so easy - then fold in the 4 points. To make the inside of the card, I then cut Designer Series Paper to the same size and trimmed to fit the 4 points. You can be as creative as you want inside - for this one I attached a small card so that I could write a note .
I may not be as regular at blogging over the next few weeks, but will try to share some of the adventures of my travel - especially New York!
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