Tuesday, December 30, 2014

College Football Notecards

Hi everybody!

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas holiday.  Did anyone get any awesome crafty gifts?  I got a laserjet printer.  I'm hoping to be able to print digital images more economically, no smearing and heavy cardstock.  I'll let you know how it worked out for me and share the info with you.


I just wanted to share a card I made.  Football and hunting are both HUGE in Mississippi where I live now.  I've made an Ole Miss card in the past, a college located in Oxford, MS.  Now I've made a Mississippi State card.  This college is located in Starkville, MS.  They are rival college football teams. 

It was a little bit of a challenge because I had to import the logo into the Silhouette software and basically take the layers apart and cut separately and hand glue each piece.  Of all the colors of card stock that I have, would you believe I found about 3 sheets of gray paper?  I guess I never use this color, well, it's kind of necessary for a Miss State card.  The colors are white, gray and burgandy.  Any suggestions on where to get gray and burgandy colored paper? 





Here is the Ole Miss card I had made previously. 





I've already had several requests to make notecards with these. 

Thank you for stopping by and have a great day!


Regina

2 comments:

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

I have a HP Laser Jet printer (CP2025) and I love it. More economical than that inkjet I used to use, and I am able to use it with my Cameo.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Awesome college football notes. You did a fantastic job on those.