There are still lots of extras, and many layers... but I didn't get fancy with stitching or complicated layers. But, in the end, I like the combination of all the little details, and come on, who can't use a pretty thank you note now and again.
This paper is Scenic Route, and I remember drooling over this collection this summer at CHA. In fact, as soon as I heard Right at Home had it in, I asked Lisa to please save me a package of it. I drooled over it some more here at home, and finally was brave enough to cut in and use it. I'm glad I did, but now sad that these beauties will get packed up and sent off. I hope that they make the final recipient smile when they come out of an envelope at some point.
For me, I guess that's the best part of this craft... when the card actually reaches its destination.
Have a wonderful day and a great weekend!!
Edited to add: Scenic Route Paper is from the Sonoma Line. YUM! Check out this collection here.