The set Sign Language from Papertrey has a lot of little squares that are very useful for clean and simple cards, though I must admit the whole sign-building concept of the set has not served me well.
Did I mention I placed an order with Papertrey the other day? Well, I did. I am down to my last pack of Stampers Sampler Select White card stock. The horror, the horror!
And of course I ordered a bunch of stamp sets but don't ask which. I hemmed and hawwed so badly I have no idea what was actually in my cart when I clicked to pay. Perhaps the Jane Austen set was in there. Perhaps not. Rosie Posies wasn't because it was out of stock. Darn it all. Anyway, I'm not checking my order email because I want to be surprised when the box arrives. It'll be like someone sent me an awesome present for St. Patrick's Day.
I'm Irish. Way back on my mom's side.
Now that my carpet is repaired, I'm moving my craft space. It's going to take a while to get it all pulled together, but as I'm moving stuff, I'm feeling the urge to purge in some big ways.
We took delivery of a new entertainment center today, and it looks awesome.
It was really windy today in Ohio.
Oh look! A full moon!
No. I don't have ADD. Why do you ask?
Here's my card, in my most favoritest layout in the history of cardmaking.
The squares were punched with a 3/4" punch and lined up over the sentiment on dimensionals.Then, I used a Sakura Stardust purple pen to accent the flowers on the first and third squares, for that little extra something.
Popping colors and a little touch of shimmer. Just enough. Not too much.
Works for me.
stamps: Papertrey Ink (Sign Language, Birthday Basics)
paper: PTI white
accessories: 3/4" square punch, dimensionals, Sakura Stardust purple pen