Edited to Add: Several people asked where I got the state map stamp. It's from Rubber Stampede, USA Map, A17576. I think I picked mine up at Hobby Lobby.
This week's One-Layer Wednesday Challenge is to Make It Personal. In other words, make a card for a particular person that is custom designed for him or her. You might use the person's favorite colors or a favorite image (such as a frog card for a friend who collects frogs, or an iris because it's your mother's favorite flower). Perhaps your brother's birthday is coming up. Whatever you do, make it personal for someone special...and then send them the card!
My card is for my husband. He was in the USAF for twenty years, which means we've lived all over the United States. I decided to use this map of the States and color all the states in which we lived. The sentiment, from Mark's Finest Papers, sums up how I feel about all that shuffling around.
My, that's a lot of ground covered! And by the way, George loved the card.
1. A one-layer card is defined as a single piece of cardstock folded in half. No other layers allowed.
2. Make a personalized card for a specific individual in your life. Remember to keep embellishments to a minimum.
3. Post your card online and link to it using the InLinkz button on the sidebar of Simplicity. Make sure to share who your card is for and what makes it personal. If you post on SplitcoastStampers, please use the keyword OLW62.
4. Most important rule of all: HAVE FUN!!!