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My sweet friend Robyn lent me her new Two-Step Bird Punch, and I made a very quick (read:LAZY) monochromatic card with the first punch-outs I did. Sometimes these cards are difficult to photograph, but the effect is very soft & subtle:
This also qualifies for the Limited Supply Challenge #260 at SCS today: to use ribbon and a trim punch, and for the Pals Paper Arts Challenge to KISS: Keep It Simple Sweetie. This card uses Barely Banana cs, with Vanilla Wide Grosgrain ribbon and the Scallop Trim Punch. Here’s the inside:
I saw this card on Corie’s blog and thought this would also make a good sympathy card.
My next lazy card is one I made with some scraps laying on my table; it’s a get-well card for my uncle who has been in the hospital for several days:
I literally threw this together—the only thing I had to do was trim the Chocolate Chip panel and round the edges; then I added the jumbo eyelet just for some interest. It uses Bordering Blue, Chocolate Chip & Confetti White cs, with some retired DP as well as Thoroughly Modern DP from the current catalog. The sentiment is from Sincere Salutations.
Well, I gotta run—busy day today! Thanks for visiting!