Red Hats Cards Made For The Red Hatters

I made these red hats cards in dedication to the many wonderful women who are not afraid of old age but instead go all out to enjoy life to the fullest and touch other lives.

These women from the Red Hat Society are indeed remarkable and with these red hats cards, I hope more women from far and wide will learn to be proud of our age and proudly proclaim our seniority. Most of all, that we will embrace life, live our dreams and learn to reach out and touch the lives of many other women.

Red Hats Cards

Happy To Be Me

red hat card/Happy To Be Me

I'm a Red Hat Diva

red hat cards/I'm a Red Hat Diva

Happiness is...a Red Hat

red hat cards/Happiness is a red hat

Red Hattitude

red hat card/Red Hattitude

The above cards were made using computer graphics which I printed out on glossy photo paper. Then after coloring with markers, I cut them out and pasted on card blanks.

Each red hat is embellished with either beads, glitters or fibers. I also used eyelets to attach the "I'm a Red Hat Diva" computer printout onto the white card blank.

As for "Red Hat Hattitude", I used Dotta Riffic - ZIG Memory System markers to create the frame and background. Then I drew the hat stands with purple color gel pens.

I enjoyed making these cards and hope to make some pink hats cards too. So do check back more often or subscribe to my free monthly newsletter so that I can update you on this site. Just fill in your name and email address below and click "Get It Now!".

Red Hat Cards

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