This card demonstrates the beauty that is a stamp positioner because no WAY could those SU woodmounted snowflakes be all lined up so perfectly without one. But now I'm afraid to stamp a sentiment on it because I stupidly assembled the card (the white panel is up on dimensionals and each snowflake has a gemstone). What if I ruin it? I suppose I could lift the panel off and use it on another card, but it'll proably get wrinkled and not look as pristine if I do.
Indecision, once again, may or may not be my problem.
What do you think? Would a nice Christmas sentiment inside the card suffice? Or does the front need a focal point, which a sentiment would provide? I just can't tell.
BTW, today's card reminds me of Nordic sweaters, which do not have sentiments. Three quarters of DH's ancestry comes from Finland, Norway, and Sweden, so I want to send it to someone in his family.
Thanks in advance for your help.
stamps: SU Snowflake Spot
ink: real red
paper: SU real red, PTI white
accessories: gemstones, dimensionals