This card was inspired by two ladies. I first saw the springy card tutorial on Kim's
blog. But when I visited Jeanne's
blog, she also had a springy card tutorial, but in a smaller size. I made both sizes and I like both of them. The one pictured is the smaller of the two, from Jeanne's blog. I plan on using this smaller size to make placecards for Christmas dinner this year. Once I get one made, I will post it. I think these springys are so cute and both of these ladies did a fantastic job with their tutorials.
I finished off the backside of this one, so I could actually use it for a greeting card. This is just another piece of cardstock. I could have decorated it, too, but since it's so small, I wanted to keep all of the space for writing.
Supplies-All items are CTMH. Cardstock:Autumn Terracotta, Hollyhock, Buttercup. Papers:Boom-Di-Ada. Ink:Barn Red. Stamp:Anna Griffin.
Thanks for looking! Have a wonderful day.
Beautiful springy card! I love how you finished it off in the back so you can write a message.
Oh my goodness...your Springy card is so pretty and elegant Barb! I love it and I know these cards will sit beautifully on your table during the holidays:)
Very pretty! Love this paper and what you have been doing with it.
Love this card! I've been wanting to try that for a while. I love the dp! :D
Beautiful and a wonderful idea to use them on your holiday table. They will look fantastic.
Thanks for the shout out. Ü
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