Monday, 24 June 2013

SNEAK PEEK: Quatrefancy paper and Mosaic Punch



These are more fresh colours to make to you smile. They are from the new Quatrefancy Designer Series Paper. The only problem I have with this paper is how to pronounce it? Do I go for a Derbyshire “kwattre-fancy”? Or do I take a stab at a French pronunciation – “cattrefonsey” – and throw in a Gallic shrug for good measure? What would you do?

You probably don’t care. You’re probably way more interested in what looks like a brand new punch. And why yes, it IS a brand new punch. The all-new Mosaic Punch which I’m sure you’ll love. I do. Didn’t particularly want it but it was a freebie – a demonstrator perk – and I’ve used it loads! It’s so often the way…

Stamps: Happy Day
Cardstock: Pool Party, Whisper White
Paper: Quatrefancy
Ink: Island Indigo
Acccessories: Mosaic Punch

2 comments:

  1. I like this card, and I'm looking forward to seeing what else you do with this bundle!!

    I was hearing kwatra-fancy in my own head. (I had two years of French a long long time ago.) But I just pulled up an online dictionary for quatrefoil, as quatrefancy is a made-up name, and clicked the speaker button and it says, "Cat-er-foil"!!! ACK Feel free to shrug. :)

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  2. LOL! I have no idea how to properly pronounce this one either... Either way, your card looks wonderful!

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