I am so pleased with how this one turned out... and it's a little more work than I would normally do for a swap card, but I bit the bullet and did it anyway! I did some faux tearing in the background, mainly because the En Francais background stamp doesn't reach all the way across the card. It works great for portrait orientation cards, but I wanted this to mimic a postcard so I turned it the other way. I will confess that the cards I sent in for the swap do not have the ribbon on them because I didn't have enough... but it still looks terrific without the ribbon. The beautiful stamp set I used here is called Winter Post and you'll find it in the upcoming Holiday Mini! I also used a snippet of the new Ski Slope DSP - also in the mini!
And speaking of DSP, there are 3 beautiful new packs in the Holiday Mini (listed below) and I am doing a Paper Share with them!
|DSP Name||Colors Used|
|Autumn Vine||Chocolate Chip, Really Rust, More Mustard, Sage Shadow|
|Ski Slope||Chocolate Chip, Real Red, Old Olive, Baja Breeze|
|Frosty Day||Tangerine Tango, Bashful Blue, Kiwi Kiss, Close to Cocoa|
Each participant will receive 36 double-sided 6" x 6" sheets - that's 2 squares of each sheet from all 3 designer packs. If you are interested in joining, the cost is just $12 including tax & shipping. I will take orders until October 12th, so get yours in now!
Have a great weekend, everyone! ...oh, and for my local readers, don't forget to stop by my Open House tomorrow anytime between 10am and 2pm! I'll have copies of the Holiday Mini, so you can be among the first ones to see it!
Stamp Sets: Winter Post, En Francais background
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze, Riding Hood Red, Old Olive
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze, Confetti Cream, Ski Slope DSP
Accessories: Chocolate Chip Narrow Grosgrain ribbon
Tools: Designer Label punch, stamping sponge