Saturday, December 11, 2010
DSP Day - Note cards gift
A set of note cards is an always appreciated hostess or holiday gift. Personalizing them with initials makes the cards extra special. Since I was using a dark cardstock, I lined the inside of the cards with a light designer paper - one of those thin papers from a paper pad. I also lined the envelopes from the same type of paper in a small polka dot pattern.
A little designer paper went a long way used in strips on the card. The initials are also stamped on DSP using the Stamp-a-ma-jig to guide placement.
Thanks for visiting today. This will probably be the end of weekly DSP Day posts. I use designer paper on almost my cards anyway so I don't think I'll highlight in a once a week post. I do plan to continue TIPsy Tuesday and do some more videos. So stay tuned... Thanks
Ingredients: Stamps: Baroque Motifs, Lovely Letters by Stampin' Up!
Ink: Dark Brown by Colorbox, Versamark
Cardstock: Early Espresso by SU!
DSP: Nook and Pantry 6" paper pad by Basic Grey
Posted by Lisa Echerd at 7:37 PM
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Beautiful note card!! And I LOVE the idea of the lined envelope, too.ReplyDelete