It’s the saga of how we made this quick and easy colorful card. Yes, it was quick and easy, but it was not without it’s road bumps.
First, we had to make 25 or more cards. Not different cards. Just one style of card. We swapped or traded with some of our favorite longtime demonstrators and got 25 or so different ideas back.
We took one of those ideas and let it inspire us. And we made the card our own way.
That’s what sharing is all about. We share to inspire. And I hope this inspires you.
We made this on our Monday Live Stream. Everything was going according to plan. But just before it was finished, we got pink ink on the greeting!
We don’t know how it got there. We didn’t even see the unintentional marks until it was over.
So afterwards, we replaced the greeting.
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Or you can join us when we go live at 5 Pawcific Time today on YouTube & Facebook.
It looks so much better without the pink smudge on it!
But one of the things that really makes this card extra special is that the patterned paper we used is free with a $50 order! Yes! The “Simply Marbleous 6″x6″ Paper” is awesome! One side is like satin fabric. The other side is like granite or marble.
Do you have yours yet?
You Can Make This Colorful Card!
It’s so easy! The patterned paper strips are just 1″ x 3″ so you can get at least twelve cards out of one set of sheets. And you get 8 sheets of each color of the patterned paper!
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