Hello fellow stampers!
Lately, I have been attracted to monochromatic designs but haven't tried them very often. I was going through my card lists and realized that I had forgotten to make anniversary cards for my brother and sister-in-law. I needed something fairly quick so monochromatic seemed like the right way to go,
I made this card using a script background stamp, Make a Medallion from Stampin' Up, and Celebrate Thinlits from Tim Holtz. I think the design is great for a couple.
Here's a couple tips:
When I make cards, I also like to include a matching envelope. The envelope is a standard invitation size bought at an office supply store.
I die cut two "happy birthdays" and I used Stick-it paper to adhere them together. It strengthens the words and makes it easier to attach to the card.
I hope you give this card a try. What are your favorite monochromatic designs?
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Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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