Years ago...and I do mean years...I purchased a bunch of Fabriano Medioevalis cards and envelopes. These blank cards, made from beautiful, deckle-edge watercolor paper, feel too good to use.
How silly is that?
I have occasionally screwed up the courage to use a few of them and even messed up some of the cards (the horror!), leaving me with extra envelopes. Of course, using other supplies as part of my Use Your Stamps Challenge makes sense, and I'm happy to say I've now used up all my FM cards and envelopes.
The world, as far as I know, is still spinning.
Here are the results. Note that the cards are not standard A2 size; they are about 3.25" x 5.25".
The last card isn't Fabriano. It's Papertrey vintage cream cut o Fabriano size. The texture of the watercolor paper didn't work with the solid block stamps (Hero Arts) of the nativity scene (I ruined a card trying to make them work). This card and a bunch like it will go into one of the leftover envelopes from the cards.
The grand total made with these cards and envelopes was 15 cards...not too shabby!
What do you have lying around in your stash that you could use up?
stamps: various Papertrey and Hero Arts
paper: Fabriano Medioevalis, Papertrey Vintage Cream