Sorry for the unplanned hiatus, everyone. Getting hacked with malware, Google ads, and my site getting redirected to a site in Indonesia may have stopped my ability to blog but it didn’t stop me from making cards! I’ve hired some professionals to keep my blog clean, so now I’m back to blogging again – or at least for today. 😉
Last year I had the privilege of being part of the planning committee for Real Estate BarCamp in Seattle. No, it has nothing to do with bars or drinking – but just go with me on this. It’s basically a fun day of learning, sharing, networking, and laughing at an informal “un-conference” for professionals in the real estate industry. After all of our planning was complete, and the fun BarCamp (#REBCSEA on Twitter) was over, I made these cards to thank my fellow committee members for a very successful BarCamp.
I used my Cricit Expression machine to cut the silver rectangle frame and the green banner and then used a silver marker to write REBCSEA ’11. I took the event’s logo and enlarged it and cut it out for the front of the card and embellished it with dimensional silver stickers. I also printed out tiny logos to adhere to the envelope to seal it, after running the seals through my Xyron mini machine, which turned them into stickers.
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