Good Morning Everyone! I'm so happy you stopped by today...come on in and take a look around...stay as long as you would like. Just remember, if you have a question as to how I've done something, I need your email address for I can respond to you. Last August when I saw the Sympathy card that my dear blogger friend Lillie made using the labels 7 Nestibilities from Spellbinders, I just had to have them but having no idea what I would do with them, I just couldn't justify the cost. A few weeks ago, Joann's had a sale and with Easter coming, I got the set with this card in mind. You really can't tell from the picture, but the "book" made with the labels are folded in half, the "spine" of the book was adhered to the card using score tape then with foam pop dots place to both sides of the spine and score tape used on the edges to give more of a 3D effect. Here is my card---
Here is the recipe---
Stamp/Sentiment: Stampin Up (Happy Easter)
Nestibilities/Spellbinders: Labels 7, Ribbon Tag Trio
Cuttlebug: Meadow Lark from HSN Romance Bundle, Swiss Dots
Punch: Martha Stewart 3 Butterfly, EK Mountain Fern
Font: Computer Generated (on "book") AltastGreeting, Batang
Accessories: Ribbon, Flat Back Pearls, Craft Ink, Mini Roses, Foam Pop Dots
That's it for today...thanks so much for stopping by, I hope to see you again tomorrow. Have a wonderful day!
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