Hello, crafty friends! Hope you had a great start to your new week. As some of you may know, last week I went on a craft retreat for 4 days and had a blast crafting with my sweet friends. If you’d like to see the photos that I took on the retreat, please check out my Instagram.
Okay, it’s Tuesday and that means time for a brand new challenge over at CASology. We have a new cue card, MINI, and I’d love for you to play along with us. As always, you can interpret the word literally or think outside the box. Here is my take on MINI:
I created a very simple mini card using a pencil eraser. But I’m afraid that my card design is too general, and someone might already made a very similar card like mine.
By the way, do you know what does my sentiment mean? It’s thank you in Korean. The Hangul for the phrase is 고맙습니다(gomapseumnida) which is a formal thanks used mostly for familiar people who have a higher rank or status than you have.
After I made 5 thank you cards in different colors, I wrapped them with tracing paper and tied it with natural twine. It would be a perfect gift for anyone who loves handmade greeting cards.
May Park (->you’re here!)