Wednesday, July 2, 2014

HELLO little letters!

Hello again...... another long day at work. I am setting some time tonight to play a bit to regain my sanity! Funny how creating does that?!! I made this card a while ago, when I got my new goodies. One of the items I just had to have was the 'Little Letters' dies. They are the perfect size for cards. I knew that I wanted to use the stencil that is made when the letters are cut, then I thought it might look neat to have the letters too. So I just flipped the letters so they go the other direction... Hello, Hello!! I used a piece of designer series paper from the 'All Abloom' paper stack in Pistachio Pudding. I used Mossy Meadow cardstock, with Basic Black for contrast - I love black!
 
I added some banners, twine and a sequin star. Mossy Meadow and Basic Black layers are embossed with the 'Tiny Triangles' embossing folder. I like the effect of the single letters and the stencil letters.
 
 
Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: None
Papers: Mossy Meadow CS, Basic Black CS, Whisper White CS, Pistachio Pudding CS, All Abloom Designer Series Paper Stack
Inks: None
Accessories & Tools: In-Colour Assortment Sequins, Basic Black Baker's Twine, Little Letters, Tiny Triangles TIEF, Banner Punch
 
Thanks for stopping by today, have a stamp-tastic day :)
Beckie


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