I am sorry for the long break between blog posts. I haven’t had a lot of time to craft or blog over the past few months. I finally had a chance to get back to a little card making today so thought I had better update the blog at the same time!
Like usual, my card making was inspired less by a brilliant idea, and more by the nature of the birthday party my son would be attending that day! Today he had a 4th birthday party for a little girl who loves all things pink and ‘princess-ey’.
I only had about 5 minutes to make the card, so resorted to one of my stand by card layouts:
This is really simple – a standard sized card cut from half a piece of A4 card stock, with the stripey paper 10cm x 14.2cm (ie, 0.5 cm smaller than the card dimensions on each side to leave a small border). This is in Melon Mambo. I sponged around the paper in Melon Mambo to make it look like it has a border. A strip of ribbon and an embellishment popped up on a dimensional and you’re done.
For this card I used the Bitty Butterfly and Elegant Butterfly punches with a little ‘diamond’ stuck on top. You could equally have an oval or circle punch with a greeting.
Just a simple card to show you today. Stay tuned tomorrow for the other card I’ve made this afternoon, which I’m really rather pleased about!
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