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Quick & Easy Card Making

Quick & Easy Card Making

 Hello Friends,

With the right designer paper making cards is easy peasy.  Today's cards are all about the paper.  The gorgeous designs on the Petal Promenade Paper lay the the foundation of all these quick and easy cards.  To finish them off, I used my new favorite die set, Stitched Labels.

Get a behind the scenes look at how the Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper was created.

Quick & Easy Card Making

 Look its the same basic layout, but the cards look so different because the paper is so different.  You get a whole new look by simply changing the paper.

 

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Quick & Easy Card Making

 For these cards you need a 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" Card Base.  I used Blushing Bride Card Stock.  Then, Layer on a piece of Petal Promenade Designer Paper (4" x 5-1/4").  My accents and embellishments were all cut with the Stitched Labels Dies.  The Sentiment is a stamp from the Stitched All Around stamp set inked with Mossy Meadow Ink.  Through in a snippet of Very Vanilla Lace Trim and a few loops of White Baker's Twine and your card is complete.  Note:  I did tear out the center of the Stitched Label to make a peek-a-boo window for my sentiment.

Have a fabulous day,

  

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