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Hello You Thinlits
Hello You Thinlits

Today’s card was inspired (actually CASEd) from Pintrest.   It was created by Amy O’Neill and was Christmas themed.  I didn’t want to do a Christmas card today, but I probably will do this same layout closer to Christmas for another card.

I loved the simple layout with so much punch!  I cut strips of paper the same length 3 1/2 inches and then used my 1″ square punch to make the tag at the end.  As I went to line the four strips on my card base I used a ruler and placed it at 1″ from the top, then I laid the strips right at that edge.  After I put my ribbon on by placing a Glue Dot in the center and laying on one end of the ribbon, then wrapping it around the card base and bringing the other end to the Glue Dot.

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After that my door bell rang and I had to let the pest control guy in and guide him through the house with all the dogs. LOL  But while I was doing that I was tying my bow.  I applied that with another Glue Dot over the original in the middle.

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I cut the ‘Hello’ out of Whisper White with the Hello You Thinlits.  I just love these words.  I wish we had more of them!  I adhered that with my 2-way Glue pen.

The card base is Hello Honey and the strips were from the retired Moonlight Designer Series Paper Stack, but you could use any color background and strips of paper.  Make it spring like, birthday, anything!  And you can purchase supplies for this card at my online store HERE.

Thanks for stopping by today and go create something sweet for somebody!

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Stamps  None  Ink  None  Paper Hello Honey cardstock, Whisper White Embellishments  Silver Taffeta Ribbon

 

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