As I've been playing with punches this week, I've realized how many sit unused in my drawers. It's sort of sad, actually, because the
So when I saw the SU slit punch I bought so many years ago, I wondered if I'd ever used it. Honestly, I can't remember. So here's what might possibly be my first card with this old punch.
To make this card, cut 3/4" off the end of a 5.5" x 8.5" half-sheet. Score it at 4.25" (as usual), and punch the slit in the middle of the edge of the 4.25" portion. The shorter, 3.5" flap will fit perfectly into the tab.
I adore red-and-white winter cards. They make me think of bulky, warm Nordic sweaters. Plus, the bright red pops so nicely off the white and allows for interest without fussiness. There's not a single embellishment on this card, although it could be fun to put a red rhinestone in the center of the large snowflake.
But this card doesn't really need embellishment.
What do you think?
stamps: A Muse
ink: Hero Arts
paper: Papertrey Ink
accessories: slit punch