|Card Size 6.25" x 3.5"|
Three items, lined up, sentiment underneath. Lots of white space. I used to use this layout a LOT on standard A2 cards, but after discovering these shorter, longer envelopes at Marco's, I decided it looks even better on a shorter, longer card.
These squares are one inch. I stamped the background on a scrap three times, added the bugs and bird from Antique Engravings (Hero Arts) in Archival cobalt, stamped some speckles in Archival sky blue with an old StampinUp Itty Bitty Backgrounds stamp, and finally punched the squares out. After running the edges of the squares over an Archival coffee inkpad, I popped them up, added the sentiment, and YAY!
My. Favorite. Layout.
I said that already, didn't I?
It bears repeating.
Note that smaller backgrounds like this Hero Arts script background can be made smaller. This has, of course, the advantage of leaving more room for white space. In my world, more white space is more better.
More better. That's gooder English, you know.
I'm tired and going to bed before I get any sillier.
Mercy, grace, peace, love, and sleep,
stamps: Hero Arts background, Antique Engravings; Clear and Simple sentiment; StampinUp Itty Bitty Backgrounds
paper: Papertrey white
ink: Archival sky blue, cobalt, coffee; Hero Arts soft granite
accessories: dimensionals, 1" square punch