A few weeks back I did a rare market at the Invermere Coffee and Tea Festival. Rare only because I do not usually do the market "thing". It was a tremendous day and the coffee was great. Here are a few of the cards I made for this special event, which is held annually in our little community.
Awning cards are fun to make and very easy. There are so many ways to create them. For these I decided to place the awning over the door of the cafe, and keep the cards fairly simple. The awning is a simple addition, which is cut and scored and attached to the top of the finished card front. My cards are 4x6 inch, so I cut the extra piece for the awning at 4x3.25 inches, scored at 1/4" at the top and 1/2 inch from the bottom.
papers, from Fabscraps
barn door die, from Marianne Designs
picket fence die, and edging die on the bottom of the awning are from QuicKutz
signs are stickers from Mariah Johnson
poodle is chipboard, from Fabscraps
poodle chain is a die from Elizabeth Craft Designs
bicycle is from Simple Stories
The design is mounted on Card Shoppe cardstock from Bazzill Basics
Give awning cards a try. They fold up flat for mailing, and anyone would be thrilled to receive one!