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Jun 24, 2007

Flowers of a different variety

There have been a lot of "spoiler" emails circulating regarding the new catalogue. And, rumor has it that "Doodle This" has made it in!

This is another sample for this Thursday's Fun Folds class. This is the Triangle Trifold that Beate wrote a tutorial for on Splitcoast. This version of her design uses the new double sided paper that we first saw in the Palette O Prints, and then again in the preview catalogue. Each of the trifold cards uses just a 3 1/4 piece! So you can make a lot of cards with a pack of designer paper.

The large flower from Doodle This was stamped with Stazon and the aquapainted with Soft Sky ink for the petals and Blue Bayou for the center. The scrollwork from Doodle This is stamped twice with soft sky ink on whisper white paper for the layer under the flowers. I only wish we had our hands on more colors of that new paper because this would have been SO fun with some groovy guava paper mixed in there.


The inside panel is stamped on one side with the scrollwork from "Doodle That" and left some room for a note.

Since we weren't able to order any of the new ribbon that we got a glimpse of in the preview catalogue, I died a piece of white grosgrain ribbon by running it across my soft sky ink pad. If you try this, just wait for it to dry before adding it to your project. In my excitement to finish the piece, I jumped the gun and left a few ink marks on my project. Bad girl, that's what I get for rushing.

I'm going to offer a few different sentiments on Thursday night so people have the flexibility to switch up what they might use this cute little number for.
The photo here is really washed out, couldn't find my card holder thing-a-ma-bobber to prop it up. I'll have to find it, and re shoot. But not tonight, we're going to dinner and a movie! Minus the kids, which is good because Little Man has been a testy one today.

Hope you like it!
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