OK, we'll skip right over how many times my resolve wavered and I started to do a regular landscape card. I persevered! I don't know how I'll store this giant card, but I did it! I envisioned a nice fancy wedding card, that I could use the beautiful Something Borrowed DSP for. This let me stick to just one ink color, too, so I knew I needed to really pull out the stops for my decorative border. That definitely took the most tinkering. In the end I went with this stamped border from Bordering Blooms, and hand-trimmed to give some visual interest. Whew.
PS. Yes, I made my own envelope for this one, and yes, I used the envelope punch board. It took me a while to find the measurements I needed, so I figure I'll just note them for you! Start with a 10 1/2" square, and your punch/score line is 3 3/8". You have to flip and rotate the square a bit out of order so that you can make the long score line - it runs off the board, lol. But it totally works! You also have to trim the flaps a bit too, so there's no overlap. Good luck!
Bravo & Border Blooms Stamp Sets; Something Borrowed DSP; Sahara Sand & Whisper White CS; Sahara Sand Ink; Silver Baker's Twine; Something Borrowed Embellishment; Basic Jewel Jumbo Rhinestones (retired).
I hope you can join us for our awesome upcoming class project made with the Hello Life Project Kit! We're making a St. Patrick's version for our first go!
So, class is announced for Thursday March 12, 630 pm, chez Heroldt, and Saturday, March 14, 3 pm, also chez Heroldt. AND, because this is Spring Break week for so many of us with school-agers at home, please do just let me know if we can arrange a make-up class for you if you're interested - it is of course no problem!
Class is $25, and includes your kit plus all supplies and specialty adhesives - just bring your usual stampin' kit to help out. Snacks and drinks will be standing by, as well as a gift from me! RSVP to reserve your kit today!