Jun 02 2011

Sweet & Sour Farewell

Live Love Laugh Stamp Set

 

When the Last Chance list is released, I always feels like I am losing old friends. As I looked through the list of retiring accessories, I was sad to note that the Sweet & Sour Specialty designer series paper was retiring. I don’t know if it is my Rose Red addiction or if it is the glossy finish on this paper that made me love it. Either way, I am going to miss it. 

 

So today I decided to make not one but two cards using the Sweet & Sour specialty dsp. I also used the retiring stamp set, Live. Love, Laugh ($11.95) for these cards.

I kept the cards very simple adding only a greeting and an embellishment to each card in addition to the Sweet & Sour paper.

Personally, I really like the way the card with the button turned out. Which card is your favourite? Please leave a comment and let me know. 

 

 

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Live Love Laugh Card

 

This card has Sweet & Sour paper layered onto textured Rose Red cardstock

The notched greeting was adhered with dimensionals and a Subtles button added as an embellishent.

 

Live Love Laugh Sweet and Sour Card

 

For this card, I punched a Scallop Edge border in Whisper White cardstock and added a bow of Whisper White satin ribbon.

The greeting was layered onto Rose Red textured cardstock.

 

 

Sweet and Sour Paper

 Sweet & Sour Specialty Designer Series Paper

12 Sheets, 2 each of 6 double sided designs

$14.95, #117390

 

 

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Don’t think it, ink it!

 

 

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One Response to “Sweet & Sour Farewell”

  1. Kathyon 02 Jun 2011 at 2:52 pm

    They are both nice too hard to choose. I would make them both also.

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