This week's ONE-LAYER WEDNESDAY challenge is to use those crazy typographical symbols. (Yes, I have two alphabets that includes carets.) Are you excited yet? I sure am, as only a geeky former professional proofreader could ever be.
Not feeling the joy? Prefer to ignore those random stamps that seem to serve precious little purpose in the card-making world?
Then take a look at this asterisk card:
I liked it so much I made a whole set!
I have a clear set from Hero Arts that has TWO different brackets in it. Here's one:
And here's the other:
And if you're wondering what a caret is, it's a proofreader's mark meaning "insert here." It comes in handy for correcting grammar errors in sentiments like this one:
Oh, this was so much fun! I challenge you to use your punctuation and be prepared to experience giddy delight at using your unused, unloved, previously ignored stamps.
1. ONE LAYER CARD means a single piece of cardstock folded to form a card.
2. Try to use only ink on this challenge...no embellishments at all. If you absolutely must use an embellishment, well, then you must, but keep your design simple and clean.
3. Use the InLinkz box below to link to your card so we can all see it!
stamps: All are from Hero Arts except the heart, which is from Papertrey
ink: Memento (colors), Palette noir
paper: PTI white
accessories: not a one!