Paper Players CAS Leaves Challenge #172

Hello Everyone,


Another sticky day here today in beautiful Queensland, Australia.  What's your weather like?

Today I've made a card for the Paper Player's challenge #172 with Nance


I've used the single Leaf stamp called Magnificent Maple for this quick card using the Circle Card Thinlit die.


This is the first side.  Cardstock used is Early Espresso, Pistashio Pudding and Very Vanilla.  The Leave was stamped in Old Olve ink onto the Pistachio card then punched with the X-large circle punch.  Here is the flip side.  I've actually stamped the same leaf image twice and punched out two of them, so either side of the flipped circle are the same.


The patterned paper is from the pack from the last Mini catalogue called Tea for Two.  Now many people have mentioned how there is no room to write inside these cards and I also agree, that is if you intend your message to be private.  However, for the most part, it's very easy to extend your card, or you might like to try what I do.  I just line the back panel of the card with some Very Vanilla card (in this example), that you can easily write your message onto.  I've taken a photo of the back to show as well.

So, what do you think?  Please let me know your thoughts on this card.  I love to read your feedback.  I think it fits with the CAS simple leaves challenge here.

Thanks for stopping by today.


Comments

  1. Beautiful, Carolyn! The leaf image works perfectly with this die! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

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