I’m so glad to be back, and with a card! My daughters graduation was so nice, and when I was looking through sentiments appropriate for a graduation card, I came across this one and set it aside in my "short stack" (the pile of stamps I keep on my desk that whisper "use me first").
I am so very blessed. During the weekend I was very busy but wouldn’t dream of missing the monthly stamping gathering I attend. Every month I’m a secret sister and also have a secret sister that gives me "to die for stuff". I did the happy dance when I received a stack of Webster Pages!! As you can see, I didn’t waste a moment getting that DP into a card. It’s a tall card, 9×4 that fits into business sized envelope, but the hinge for the card is at the top so I had to start with a piece of cardstock that was 18 inches. I also wanted a skinny embossed rectangle and scalloped rectangle but don’t have the new tall rectangle nesties yet. So, I whittled down the size of the rectangle and embossed one side of it and moved the image over to the other side of the nestie and ran it through a second time. Then on the scallops, I cut down the center and overlapped. to make the rectangle skinny – at a cursory glance, you would never know. I finished up with ribbon and dew drops and even decorated the inside since there was sooooooo much white space. Thanks for you patience, and thanks for stopping by.
Paper: Webster’s Pages; Bazzill
Inks: SU Close to Cocoa
Accessories: Dew Drops, Nestabilities, Ribbon, Making Memories Brad