Independent Stampin Up! Demonstrator since 2007
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Friday, October 14, 2011

3 x 3's are where it is at!

   Hello!   Happy Friday!  What a crazy, busy week I have had and the weekend is already jammed packed with plans too!  Ever feel like you just have busy coming out of your ears?!  LOL  We have had a lot of wonderful house guests over the course of the last few weeks and it has been wonderful getting to visit with so many of our peeps. :)

   Ok, on to business! I have a 3 x 3 card to share with you today.  These are some of my very favorite cards to make.  They are the perfect size for a little note or a quick gift tag or a little thank you card or just to say hello!  Mine today says hello!! :)


I made a cute little candy corn (notice my colors are still backwards?!  I decided I liked it better this way!) LOL I layered it onto Crumb Cake and double embossed it by running it through my Big Shot.  Matted it against a piece of Basic Black and pop dotted that onto a More Mustard Base.  Added a little hello sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes and punched it with the jewelry tag punch.  Topped it off with a rhinestone and it is ready to go! :)

Side view.

Recipe: 
Stamps:Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper: More Mustard, Basic Black, Crumb Cake, Whisper White and So Saffron
Ink: Basic Black
Extras: Square Lattice EF, Rhinestone, Pop Dots and Jewelry Tag punch

I hope that you have a weekend full of fun and wonderful things planned!  I must run and try to make a dent in my To Do list!  Have a great day and I will be back soonest! 

3 comments:

Margaret said...

Love this size card and your candy corn is so cute! The tag peeking out was a nice addition!

Melina said...

Too cute! love the added embossing :)

Danie May said...

This size card is perfect for a note or gift as you said and makes a perfect size for a Halloween Greeting. I love your take on Candied Corn.