My first card was this one…it was made to fit into SU’s small open end envelopes. It measures 3.25×6.5. I used a pale plum cardstock as the base. (It would be cut 6.5×6.5 and then folded). I cut a strip of the enchante papers and then a strip of close to cocoa slightly wider. I left one side of the cocoa a little wider than the other and used my paper piercing tool to pierce a line down that edge.
For the main image, I inked up the stamp with my pale plum and sage shadow markers. Then I held it at arm’s length and spritzed it with stampin mist. I stamped it on the cardstock then to give it a bit of a watered appearance. Then I stamped the words across the stems. I used a sponge with pale plum to sponge the edges and the Heidi Swapp distressor to distress the white. I layered it on close to cocoa and put it on dimensionals. Tied the narrow organdy and assembled it.
My second was a quick pocket note. I punched a scalloped oval out of enchante papers and then mounted that on SU’s cutie pocket notes. (These are available in the current mini catalog and come with matching envies.) Then I stamped the image on vanilla cardstock and punched it out with the mega oval punch. I stamped the greeting, then layered it onto the scalloped oval. I tied some reinker dyed sage grosgrain ribbon along the bottom and secured it with glue dots. Quick and Easy!
That’s all for today! I have a shaker card in mind….maybe I’ll get some time today to do that! Thank you for the tutorial suggestions, please post one so you can with the post-it note holder!