Sunday, April 26, 2015

I hope this photo shows how stinking cute this card is...cause it's a keeper!  I learned how to make this card from my friend Susan last wkend at my annual spring retreat!  It is so cute in person...and I've been waiting to share a super cute card to share some super cool news! 

 A few weeks ago I earned the annual Stampin' Up! getaway trip!!!!  In September, Jesse (husband) and I will be going on a long wkend away all paid for by Stampin' Up!  I just want to give a huge shout out to all of you for your support with my business this past year to help me earn this wonderful trip.  THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Now I am going to share with you how to make this uber adorable card!  The body of the card is cut with one of the square framelits, you could also use a paper trimmer but the square framelit is easier!  The chalkboard paper is stamped with whatever words you desire using chalk does take a minute or two to dry!  The little banners I just punched and then started in the middle and worked out!  The Bakers twine is just the 2 the banners close together and they look connected...I did place each one on a dimensional! 
Card Recipe:

Stamp Set:  Hardwood Background Stamp and Watercolor Thank You
Ink:  Memento Black and Aquamarine Colorbox Chalk Ink
Cardstock:  Crumb Cake, Chalkboard Paper, Flowerpot DSP
Misc:  Banner Punch, Island Indigo Bakers Twine, Square Framelits, Envelope Liner Framelit

This is the perfect card to give to a teacher for the end of the year thanking them for their service and dedication! 

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Eva Bussom said...

Deb, I am lovin' your card and envie liner! Awesome result, and so flippin' cute! :) Eva

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