Friday, October 31, 2008

It's just too easy to make cute cards on Wild Card

The very first card/envelope on the first row of the Wild Card cart looks like this:


I recommend two-sided paper (OK, smart mouths, you know I mean paper that's printed on both sides). It's easier to work with & since the inside peeks out on this card, it just looks better. You can always line the inside, but hey--that's work!


The ribbon was weaved through two holes on either side that are part of the original card - no altering there. For the next step, I took some more of that same piece of paper and lined the top. I haven't even embellished it yet, but I wanted to show you with few simple steps how nice this (& the others on the cart) card looks with little effort:


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