Good Morning...Happy Friday! Thanks for stopping by...I really appreciate your visits and your comments too!! Here's a quick and easy card I did this morning using my new Martha Stewart Punch Around The Page-Double Loops. I know it's not new but I've been seeing it used a lot lately (thanks Dora...lol) and had to get one too. There is SO much new stuff coming out...wish they would slow down and give my wallet a rest...lol! I pop dotted the punched layer and really wanted to pop dot the heart too but what I have started doing on all occaision cards like this is leaving the inside blank and inserting a note the size of the inside layer to say what I want to say and enclose a blank envelope so the recipient can re give the card if they wish. The pop dots aren't a problem with the type of mailers I use but may be a problem if the recipient wants to resend it---
Here is the recipe---
Card Size: 4.25"x4.25" Note Card
Punch: Martha Stewart Punch Around The Page-Double Loop, Martha Stewart 3 Butterfly, Michael's Dollar Bin, EK Mountain Fern
Spellbinders: Flower Creations
Font: Computer Generated-BatangChe, AltastGreeting
Accessories: Ribbon, Brad, Flat Back Pearls, Foam Pop Dots
Cardstock: Bazzill, Beckett Expression
That's it for today...Enjoy your day and have a wonderful weekend. For all my US visitors...Have a great 4th of July! See you next time!
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