Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Floral District 3x3 cards

Just a quick post!

I had cut some 3x3 card stock last year in a retired color that I had for years, so that someday I could make some 3x3 cards. I decided I needed a small stockpile of these cards to send to the kids teachers at their schools. 

I started with this yellow color and found this pattern from Floral District DSP matched pretty well even for a retired color. I cut a 12" x 2/3" piece of DSP and just used the scraps until I was out of DSP - and coincidentally I was out of card stock too! I started with the Rich Razzleberry side of the DSP but the more I looked at it the more I had to keep the Baja Breeze side up. Aren't the colors in this paper pack beautiful!

I should have taken pictures of these individually so you could see some of the cute details but it was almost midnight and time for my carriage to turn into a pumpkin so I thought I should call it a night - and I used one of them this morning for my daughters teacher!

These 3x3 note cards were so fun to make and didn't take much time at all! 

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