So here is the scrapbook page that I made before using my scraps to create the card I shared yesterday. The picture was taken with one of my oldest friends from high school. We only see each other sporadically now since we don't live in the same city anymore, but it's always a blast to see her and we pick up right where we left off.
I would like to point your attention to the bottom left of the page, where I used one of the new items from the annual catalogue: the Dots & Stripes decorative masks (p. 205). I paired them with my own turquoise spritz I have created using the emty Spritzers we sell. I like the soft, gradient colour it created.
I was inspired to create one more quick card with the leftover papers because I had a bird image on a scrap that I thought would look nice and I found a small square card base in my Soft Sky cardstock folder, so this card came toghet in a matter of minutes.
The sentiment and bubble come from the Timeless Talk stamp set. I used Baked Brown Sugar ruffled ribbon on both sides of the image, Sweet Dots on the polka dot patterned paper and the new In Color Sequins on the flower and the sentiment bubble.
A matching envelope was created using the Envelope Punch Board. We've had many envelope-creating systems offered over the years, but this one is my favorite ever because you can honestly create envelopes of all sizes. The card I made is 4-1/4 x 4-1/4 so it's a different format from the ones I usually use.
Stamps: Timeless Talk, Simple Serif Alphabet
Cardstock Soft Sky, Tango Tangerine
Patterned Papers: Fancy Pants Designs
Ink: Baked Brown Sugar, Soft Sky
Accessories: Envelope Punch Board, Dots & Stripes Decorative Masks, Spritzer, Sweet Dots,
In Color Sequins, Stampin' Dimensionals, Baked Brown Sugar Ruffled Ribbon,
Big Designer Buttons, Baked Brown Sugar baker's twine, Flowers, Alphabet stickers, Alphabet rub-ons,
Stampin' Write Markers, Felt Button, Buttons, Die-cuts, Toppers CutUp dies, Ticket Corner Punch