CARDSTOCK: Apricot Appeal, Pretty in Pink, Certainly Celery (DSP); Striped paper (unknown); Orange cardstock (unknown)
STAMPS: birthday sentiment (Rubber Cottage)
INK: Certainly Celery (SU!)
ACCESSORIES: SU! Markers (Only Orange, Apricot Appeal, Pretty in Pink, Certainly Celery), misc light green ribbon (Michaels), Daisy Heads Shapeabilites (Spellbinders), Cuttlebug (ProvoCraft), Crop-A-Dile (We Are Memory Keepers); yellow eyelets (unknown); Scor-Pal; Adhesive Transfer Gun 714 (Scotch), Rotary trimmer with straight blades (Fiskars)
- Punch holes for the eyelets near the outer edge of the front panels and mount the eyelets.
- Cut a long length of ribbon (about 12”) and thread it through the eyelets. Tie a knot in each end to keep the ends from slipping through the eyelets.
- Mount three flowers and 2 leaves on the left front panel over top of the ribbon.
- To place the flower and leaves on the right panel, close the card, and lightly mark the position of the outermost flower with a pencil. Then mount the flower on the right and place the leaves around it.
It’s raining in Dallas – has been for 3 solid days, plus the temperature has dropped back down into the 30’s. Not typical March weather at all, but it may be just what’s needed to bring out the spring flowers in a couple of weeks. Maybe this card will give you a preview of the beauty of spring that is just around the corner…
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