Don’t you love it when designer paper has such unexpected patterns? This awesome paper from Sale-a-bration, which will end soon, has a few patterns that are so fun and different. You wouldn’t guess that this dotted pattern comes from a primarily floral set paper.
This project is the first of a dozen cards that I made for a gift set to share with my daughter. It is nearly spring break and my family gets to all be together. She loves to paper craft with me, and actually kept me company through crafting nearly all of these. So, you get to enjoy a different one each day. The series will end with the coordinating container I made to store them all in. It is so pretty.
The card is super simple. Just one layer of dsp cut to leave a 1/4″ border, one strip of ribbon tied in a knot, and a layered sentiment. I stamped in black stazon, punched with the decorative label punch, and then sponged with silver encore ink. I did use a double layer of dimensionals to keep the tag high enough to clear the ribbon knot underneath. Simple, right? Sometimes simple is just right.
Have a creative day!