She has challenged us to take a single sheet of designer paper and make not one, but three cards with it. The cards must each be a different design, but similar in theme! Seeing that I have a paper stash that my children will probably inherit when I'm gone (I'll never use it all myself!), I went digging to find something appropriate (& modern). Since Michele used a holiday/wintry theme, I decided to choose something similar. My Mind's Eye papers are some of my favorites and that is what I used.
Here are the cards she created for inspiration:
I noticed she used die cuts and absolutely no stamps, so I tried to do the same!
Here is what I created with the paper I selected:
Here's a look at each individual card:
I used a simple Memory Box window die for this card and attached a piece of the designer paper to the back to make it look like it is snowing outside. This layered piece was then attached to the card base with foam dots. I punched some tiny snowflakes with a Martha Stewart border punch, adhered each snowflake to the card base and then applied a little sparkle with a Wink of Stella brush marker.
For this card, I simply layered a piece of the designer paper on a piece of white cardstock and then added a portion of a die cut country scene (another Memory Box die) to the bottom. I popped up the panel with foam dots for dimension and added three clear gemstones of varying sizes to three of the snowflakes.
For my third card, I die cut a snowflake (Uniko Studio) from a piece of the designer paper and popped it up on a stitched die cut panel (Mama Elephant). I popped up the stitched panel with foam dots and then added a single clear gemstone to the center of the snowflake.
Three simple cards. My favorite?! The lonely snowflake. I've had my fill of snowy thoughts for a few days. It's off to finish Halloween things now!
Have a fantastic Thursday!