La Plume Noire Photography

Simply Handmade

If you don’t already know me, I am a stationery obsessed photographer. If I would to go on a shopping spree. The first thing I would buy would be stationery. I love them. From paper scraps and buttons to ribbons and stamps, there is never enough in my collection. Subsequently, it is only fair that I should make good use of them.

A few weeks ago, It was my friend’s birthday. Hence, it was a great chance for me to make her a fabulous birthday card that she could treasure in her memories. Surprisingly, this was the first birthday card I have ever created for someone, and it definitely won’t be the last.

For that reason, I rummaged through my card and embellishment collection and managed to create a spectacular birthday card, give or take two days. It actually surprised me a little. I didn’t think I was artistic enough to create a card for someone. But with a little time and effort, you can create anything. Perhaps I should start a business in card making. That would be fun. The only negative aspect is that my entire apartment will be cluttered in paper.

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23 comments

  1. That’s so adorable! I love making greeting cards too. I create a different one for each person and each event and I like using recycled materials in them. I like making pop-ups and doing the calligraphy. I’m into mixed media like fabrics and feathers. Oh no! Now you know my guilty pleasure.

  2. You’re inspiring with your creativity! At first glance I though though I was looking at hand made cards from a fancy card store. I think you’d do great business if you set up shop and with charming Pete as your Customer Service Manager you’re set for success, ha-ha!

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