Warning - photo heavy post!!
I recently attended a function, and secreted away a napkin... I am gaining a reputation for doing that.
Next afternoon I had fun with it... and made two cards - the third quarter went onto the card crookedly, and the fourth quarter I could not use. I have ideas for the third quarter...
This first card is for the organiser of the function...
I coloured the around the edges of base white cardstock with Versafine Clair Pinecone ink.
Popped a couple of rectangles of gold paper under opposing corners before mounting the panel featuring the napkin.
The Thanks (Simon Says Painted Thanks) was cut from card coloured with the same ink as the base, covered with clear scotch tape for a faux embossed look once cut. I then cut three white layers - once stacked together and slightly offset, I was not happy, laid the die on the gold paper, traced around it, and cut a gold 'shadow' layer, and was very happy with the result.
A few coloured enamel dots scattered around, and the card was made.
I did put a thin strip of washi tape in the inside.
This time I turned the panel 90 degrees to use it
The sentiment was a die cut using just one layer of the inked card
Three black half pearls and the card was done, except for
the verse I put on the inside - one that is very personal to the recipient.
I was very happy with my afternoon's crafting, and the cards have been delivered, and appreciated.
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