Everyone likes getting something in the mail box, so I made this “A Note For You” A2 card for someone I know who could use a special note. I totally love the blue and brown color combo in the Authentique Hope 6×6 paper pad, not to mention the elegant patterns!
Hope includes twenty-six doublesided sheets of reduced designs with two solids. The Hope collection is in an elegant color palette suited to the splendor of the Easter holiday printed on a special textured finish akin to the weave of an Easter basket. The feelings of renewal with a nostalgic design pattern stir up emotions of hope. Reminiscent of Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit and other classic icons, the patterns are also suitable for any spring celebration. The Hope collection is well-rounded and useful for all age ranges and projects. Also comes in an 8×8 paper pad and a 12×12 collection kit.
The patterns I chose gave this card a vintage look and a little inking around the edge gave it an aged feel. Perfect!
By now you should all know that I am all for fast and easy, but I want my finished product to look good, and with the right tools, that can easily be achieved!
Here are the list of tools I used to create this card in just a short time (while sick and on the phone with my traveling hubby at the same time!).
HOP012-Authentique Hope 6×6 Paper Pad
HCPC 3475-Heartfelt Creations Special Delivery (sentiment)
S5-160-Spellbinders Opulent Ovals
6079-Want2Scrap Baby Bling-Le Creme Pearls
AF214-Hero Arts Cup O’ Joe Ink Pad
I love the Hero Arts ink pads and how the image fills in while the ink dries! They are really nice to use. You can see their awesome selection HERE!
I would just like to tell all of you who call in and tell me about your latest projects, that you inspire me! You help me stay motivated and give me lots of ideas. Even though I can’t really see what you are doing, I develop a mental picture, which inspires me to create my own version! I love hearing what you are planning with the products you purchase! I hope our designers inspire you as well in our blog posts!
Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!