Fancy Flower Gift Card

Goodness. Where did the month of July go? Oh, yes - I remember now. Preparing for convention, planning and preparing swaps (for convention), attending convention, reviewing and organizing convention materials, and did I mention convention?!  LOL.  Just for good measure, I also planned and held a birthday bash for my sweet hubby to finish out the month. Here in Stampingville, that is what we call a banner month for good times, great friends, and grand creativity.

Today's elegant little number packs a lot of wow into one tiny package.  This 3x3 gift card would look great escorting any gift, but I'm thinking "wedding" when I look at these.  By changing up the ribbon and adding a bit of sponging on the flower ... instant variety!  I have my favorite, but I want to know yours.  Leave me a comment and tell me which version you like best.

STAR POWER:
  • I just can't get enough of the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder. It really adds such wonderful texture and interest.
  • Speaking of texture, the Very Vanilla textured cardstock scores big for a polished look and feel.
  • Add instant elegance to any project with gorgeous satin ribbon.  Swanky! 

A CRAFTY PARTY!
If you are in the Sarasota area, you don't want to miss my fun and crafty party on Saturday.  I'm celebrating the release of the 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog from Stampin' Up! and attendees will enjoy free Make and Takes, new samples and displays, prize drawings, and more.  Full details are on my events page HERE.  Come join us for some crafty fun and great ideas!


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Ink: Real Red (103133)
Paper: Very Vanilla 12x12 textured card stock (119951) Basic Black (121045), Newsprint Designer Series Paper (117166)
Tools: Big Shot (113439), Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder (120175), Buttons #5 sizzlit die (113440), Fancy Flower XL punch (118073)
That Special Touch: Very Vanilla 5/8" Satin Ribbon (117291), Real Red 5/8" Satin Ribbon (117286), Natural Hemp Twine (100982), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Sponge Daubers (102892)

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