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Monday, November 1, 2010

Two Different Cards - - - Same Lay-out (take 2)

Well this is gratifying - I got 2 emails from people commenting that they liked the reminder about using a layout for more than one card design.  So here are more examples. The blue card to the right is one I got as a trade from one of the very talented ladies in my demonstrator group, Rachel Durtschi.  I am so lucky to be part of this group of women. Originally I bought my Starter Kit because I wanted the discount on the product. But this group of business women have been so wonderful that I stuck with it. They are a warm and sharing group and I've learned so much from them, both about stamping and about running a business. They really showed me that I can do this as a business, not just for fun.

If you are thinking at all about a home based business I'd certainly recommend what I do.  Call me or email for more information.  Its fun and extra money in my pocket. 

So, I got this beautiful blue card as a trade from Rachel.  Don't you just love that little adhesive Rhinestone.  That is one new SU product I'm really loving! Here is my card.  Same Stamp Set:  French Foliage, and same basic card design - just different colors.  You'll notice that I stamped a lot more leaves on my card. The words on the left of the card base are part of the Stamp Set - I'm a sucker for lovely leaf sets anyway but I really love this set.  Also, if you look closely, you'll see that Rachel use a wet paintbrush on the leaves on the blue card.  It blurs the edges and gives them a hint of movement, like they are falling.


   

Stamp Sets:  French Foliage and Three Little Words
Colors
Crumb Cake (which is the old Craft Paper)
So Saffron, Pumpkin Pie, Soft Suede
Supplies:
Scallop Border Punch

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1 comment:

A Work of Heart said...

Katie-
Following you now from SC, #117.

http://Stampinwithk.blogspot.com

Karla c(:
PS. This card is mine from the Shoebox not Rachel's.