Here's a fun and very fast card using Stampin' Up!'s Sweet Pea paper pack from last spring. You could substitute any fun pattern paper for the Tucan and then use two narrow strips on the bottom to compliment the main paper.
- I didn't want a mat for the Tucan paper but it was not quite heavy enough to be adhered with dimensionals on its own. I backed it with white cardstock cut slightly smaller so it doesn't show but adds weight.
- The ribbon is just folded over and the buton glued on for a slightly different look.
- Corner rounding on several pieces adds a lot of interest with very little time and no additional materials.
Ingredients: Stamps: Mailbox greetings by PTI
Cardstock and ink: Chocolate Chip by SU!
DSP: Sweet Pea by SU!
Ribbon: So Saffron by SU!
Button: Oriental Trading