This project on 3-2-1 Stamp on FaceBook Live today ended up being a toughie! I don’t think I’ve ever demonstrated a card and then when done, decided that I didn’t like it! The card I had made with Hand-Penned Designer Series Paper looked great to me so I cut supplies with a Christmas theme, fully expecting everything to go just fine. Well … I ended up adding a few things to the original card and the photo above is what I ended up with and this time I like it!
I changed the original front of the card so that it now is the back. Here’s a picture of the back – I preferred it this way so that there is room to add a personalize greeting on the Basic White panel.
Here is the link to the 2 videos on FaceBook (the original & the card update) and below that, you will find the tutorial for you to view and/or print. There are 2 videos as I wanted to give you an update on the 2nd version of the card. I really do recommend using the tutorial to get the measurements you need for card stock and Designer Series Paper (DSP) and then using the video to assemble. It’s tough finding wording to explain this one so, as usual, if you have questions about this project, please let me know. Click on the blue coloured words below and the link will take you to the video(s).
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See you next Wednesday at 1 pm for 3-2-1 Stamp at Ink and Sparkle Stamping with Sue on FaceBook. Have a wonderful day and I hope to be Stampin’ with you again soon.