Saturday, 23 July 2011

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A card with very little stamping but I really do have A LOT of paper to use up before the end of September. Why? Because, as you may or may not know, it’s usually the case that ALL our Designer Series Papers are retired to make way for new ones in the new Idea Book & Catalogue on 1st October. Don’t worry, we will have fair warning, with a retiring list issued on 1st September and I will, of course, keep you informed.

Hopefully it’s obvious, but this card is for someone who is turning nine. I cut a strip of numbers from a sheet of Play Date Designer Series Paper and highlighted the 9 with a scalloped circle, popped up on tiny bits of Stampin’ Dimensionals. .

To make the scalloped circle like this, punch the plain circle first, with adequate space around it and then, holding your Scallop Circle Punch upside down so you can see what you’re doing, centre it over the circle and punch again.

Stamps: Something to Celebrate (hostess)
Cardstock: Tempting Turquoise, Early Espresso, So Saffron, Real Red, Old Olive
Paper: Play Date
Ink: Early Espresso
Accessories: 1 3/8” circle punch, Scallop Circle Punch

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1 comment:

  1. What a great way to use this paper! It is already retired from our catalog, but I still have some left! I have a feeling I won't have much left now!!

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