As I sometimes like to do when time permits, I made a card with the leftover papers from my latest scrapbooking page, inspired by the Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge (Things with Wings). I was in need of sympathy cards and the soft neutrals of the papers were perfect for this. I also had my folder Coluzzle template out that I had used for the page, so it was great to make a shaped card. I didn't work off a sketch, I just basically started with the items I had leftover, like the second half of the frame I had fussy cut out of one of the papers. I glued it to the folder, stamped "all of our sympathies" at the bottom of it and added a little paper banner, layered flowers and little butterflies die-cut with the Beautiful Wings Embosslits we used to carry. A matching envelope was made with the Envelope Punch Board, accomodating the unusual card dimensions.
Stamps: Éclosion de pensées (Flourishing Phrases)
Patterned Papers: Parisian Anthology (Pink Paislee)
Ink: Crumb Cake
Accessories: Folder Coluzzle Template, Project Life Corner Punch,
Lots of Tags Sizzlits, Beautiful Wings Embosslits, Flowers (Prima),
Large Oval Punch, Vintage Flowers, Envelope Punch Board