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Friday, January 29, 2010

Welcome Neighbor Designer Paper Card

I was SO glad I chose the Stampin' Up! "Welcome Neighbor" designer series paper pad. You get 72 sheets of 6" x 6" decorative paper that has designs on both sides! Such a deal!

It was still in the packing material until just tonight. I thought I would open it up and see how cute the pages were. I fell in love with these tiny hearts. Click on the photo to view them closer. They are just adorable. And there's so many colors in it that you can mix and match colors for a fabulous card!

I kept my card simple because I needed to make a quick one so I could finish up some things I need to do for the Stamp Share tomorrow. I will be sharing these things with you starting tomorrow afternoon when I get back home! It will be a full day of information, sharing and just plain fun!

I started out my card with a folded half sheet of black card stock. I layered on a piece of Real Red card stock and on top of that I layered on a piece of Pretty in Pink card stock that I ran though the Cuttlebug "Dotted Swiss" folder. Then I cut a piece of the "Welcome Neighbor" paper and layered it on top of a piece of black card stock. I taped it on top of the Pretty in Pink card stock. I added a piece of 5/8" red grosgrain ribbon. The "Thank you" is from a custom stamp I have and I layered it on top of ovals and an oval scallop. I set it in place on the card using Dimensionals.

A quick and fun card to make. And again, be sure to click on the photo to see those cute little hearts. When I first saw them I thought they were just polka dots, which was ok. I thought that was cute too. But when I saw it up close I was thrilled that it was hearts.

Be sure to check back this weekend for the fun things I will be showing for and from the Stamp Share.

Thank you SO much for visiting today,


Deb Neerman said...

Tooo cute! Love the clean lines.

I'm so sorry I didn't grab that paper pack ... what I've seen of it is fabulous!

JenE said...

cute, cute paper!!! and such an easy card to make...i might even be able to make one! thanks for sharing :)