Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Simple Thinking of You

I've been seeing a lot of really quick cards using punches of circles or squares and patterned paper. I thought I'd make my own patterned paper using the Damask and Reverse Damask, as well as a sentiment from Open to Love. I didn't happen to have a square punch handy, but squares are quick cuts. I cut a long strip (1-3/8'' wide) and started stamping the background stamps on it, then trimming each colour to a 1-3/8'' square. I mounted the squares on some saffron paper, then added my sentiment. I also rounded the corners of the card base, just to add a little something extra to the card. This layout is SUPER quick, and can work for any theme.

Supplies:
Stamps: Damask, Reverse Damask, Open to Love
Ink: Brown, Moss Green (colorbox), Paprika (versafine), Elegant Eggplant (su!)
Paper: White, So Saffron
Accessories, etc.: corner rounder
In other news, make sure to check out Flourishes new Easter releases. There's a religious one here, and a fun bunny-themed one here .





6 comments:

  1. Very cute, Natasha! I love it!

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  2. Laura (scrapnextras)March 12, 2008 at 6:15 PM

    LOVE this! I have been on the fence about this set with the pos/neg images. Your amazing card just about puts me over the edge, and over my budget! Wonderful job! You are so creative!

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  3. Great clean lines yet has an elegance to it.

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  4. I just love this approach to the card..so classic and so today...great look and certainly out of the box. Great Job!

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  5. I love this!!!! I don't have that set, but I do have a stamp that I think this might do well with. I'm going to try one like this - you're such an inspiration!

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