One day I was working on a card and was not totally paying attention to how I was using my eyelet border punch, and I was in the wrong spot, so it left a strip of cardstock in between my punches, and I thought hey that looks cool. So I set it aside to use it later, and today is your lucky day. I even did a quick video to show you how easy it is too.
Depending on how far you space it out, it will look differently. As you can see in the video, I left more space then on the card. What card you say? Well this one…doesn't it look kinda like a fence?
Stamp Set: Scenic Season, Christmas Greetings
Paper: Old Olive, Whisper White, Real Red, Bride DSP
Ink: Old Olive, Real Red
Misc: Eyelet border punch, white grosgrain ribbon
Does this card layout look familiar? Maybe this one? I am using up my card guts! ha!
Stampin' Up! has added new items to the clearance rack, so please don't miss those. These items are only available while supplies last and must be purchased through my on-line store. Someone emailed me a few weeks ago looking for last year's Christmas paper, and I emailed back that it was not available anymore, and now they added it, and I can not find the email, so I am hoping you are reading my blog, and see you can get the paper now!
I am also working on my 2010 Calendar class, and will have kits available to order, make sure to sign up for my email newsletters so you don't miss out.
I have also added more cards to my Etsy store, so please check that out too.
Have a beautiful Sunday and thanks for stopping in.
hey that looks cool – it does kind of look like a fence. Have you seen the little hummingbird today?
Luv ya Jax
Diana Gibbs says
I think I saw him yesterday, but really honest to goodness, unless he flies over and lands on my hand, I wont really know if it is the same one.