Hello friends! I am glad you came by today. I am already thinking of thanking gift givers after Christmas. (I have already received/opened a couple of gifts-tee hee!). With that in mind, I used the Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge to make a Thank You card! (Remember, our sketch is just a starting point!)
I thought that making those stripes would be hard. I chose a size I wanted to make that part of the sketch. Then I laid two pieces of paper on my work surface that were that size, one on top of another, opposite prints facing up. I placed a ruler over the image and used the dots on the top pattern for my angle. Using a pencil, I drew my cut lines. Since the pieces of paper were small enough to keep tight in my hands, I used my Paper Snips to cut across the pencil lines. I chose which sides to use and lined them up. I taped the seams on the back, and then adhered them to an Early Espresso piece of card stock for a frame. The DSP is from the Season of Style Designer Series Stack. This pack was so popular it is back-ordered through January.
Thank you for stopping by today! I'd love to read your comments, so please leave one below. Are you ready for Christmas? I'm doing pretty well, so have a bit of time to enjoy family that are visiting.
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Thank You Card Supplies:
Card Stock: Whisper White, Early Espresso
Designer Series Paper: Season of Style Designer Series Paper Stack
Stamps: Label Love, Six-Sided Sampler
Punches: Artisan Label, 1" Circle
Embellishments: Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding Ribbon
Wow! I love this! What a great way to use scraps of DSP! I love that you made it into a thank you!
Love the bold look of this card, Patti! And that bow is magnificent!
Wonderful mix of patterns! Great job with the sketch!
great mix of patterns & perfect use of the sketch.
Fun card, Patti! That DSP has been some of favorite.
I love this as a gift thank you! Nice, clean and colorful!
Patti, when I received ny paper stack, I never dreamed there was a way to use all the DSP in one design. But, you have beautifully showcased this collection! Love it!
Thank you, Michelle. Diane, yes, it's fun finding ways to use all of the different patterns!
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