Taylor gave us a fantastic sketch today. I started by computer generating a sentiment. Cut it out with a nestie and chalked it. I then took another nestie and embossed it for the back panel. I added some scorelines and chalked it. Added two sizes of ribbon for the side and bottom panels. I embossed circles with the small embossing folder and punched them with the scallop punch. Added ribbon flowers to each circle. It was difficult to photograph the card to see the back panel. The inside verse reads... Happy Birthday to someone who will always matter to me.
Date: Wednesday, January 4, 2012 GMT Views: 1970
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Wed, Jan 04, 2012 @ 6:03 AM
So many beautiful details in this Linda...love your sentiment, all of the scoring and embossing and the delightful way that you presented your flowers. I'm a big fan of gingham too, so this is pretty perfect in my book. Hugz and Happy New Year.
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Marzi, Punchkateer Apprentice - why use 1 when you can use 2? or 8?