It's another snowy day in PA, so I have taken to my craft room.
There are so many projects that I want to do, and I know that if I don't get them
all done before spring arrives, they will be put on the back-burner once again.
This is a new fold for me, but I love how it turned out!
Not only can it be displayed in a larger format, but it also fits in an A2 envelope.
This is the card all closed up ready for mailing.
Again....I am recycling my leftovers from previous projects.
The embossed pink glitter mat is from my 2012 Christmas cards
and the small leaves are Cricut cuts that have been on my craft desk for months!
The hologram stripe and lime green band are cutoffs from paper trimmings.
This beautiful dahlia is a die-cut that I purchased from Simon Says Stamps.
The main image is a stamp that I won from Mark's Finest Papers.
Although I am just starting to incorporate stamps into my paper crafting,
I am pleased with my effort. I used glitter, colored pencils and a
blender pen to achieve this result.
Some matting, punched borders, and embossing finish off the inside.
Once this card is opened up, it makes a nice display.
A personal sentiment will be added to the back and this will
sent off to me sister who has a birthday coming up in February.
I have also embossed the envelope with Happy Birthday to make it special.
I will be entering this in the following challenges: