One Page Wonder

8 Jan

Hello Everyone,

Today’s post is to encourage you to make some fast and easy PGT cards from your aging designer paper. A few weeks ago, I found a beautiful piece (or two, can’t remember) of coordinating Stampin’ Up DSP, from ages ago, and just chopped it up to make these very cute cards. Some cancer survivors at the Rocky Mountain Cancer Center are going to enjoy sending them, especially if they like “Bronco Orange”.

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The DSP made 4 cards with the inside and envelopes decorated too.  It took less than 30 minutes once I matched the cardstock.

The DSP made 4 cards with the inside and envelopes decorated too. It took less than 30 minutes once I matched the cardstock.

Well, there you go…Keeping it short today.
I hope your 2015 will flutter-by on gentle wings and bring you beautiful things.
Hugs, Sonja
PS If you have aging paper and no time to make it into cards, just send the paper and we’ll make cards for you. 😉

3 Responses to “One Page Wonder”

  1. Laurel S. January 9, 2015 at 12:51 am #

    Thanks for reminding us that cards don’t have to be all blinged out or over the top to be beautiful! Great job!

  2. Marla January 9, 2015 at 9:19 am #

    Sonja, I am going to the card class tomorrow – – are you going? Also, can you make any use of shelf paper? It is a beautiful blue / pink flowered paper – but is scented – – heavy duty and LOTS of it. I have too much confusion and little space to hold on to it until I use it . . . Marla Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2015 01:21:03 +0000 To: mhalligan@live.com

    • Sonja Knaisch January 9, 2015 at 9:56 am #

      I’ll see you there tomorrow. Would it be easy to bring the paper so I can see it? Thanks! I would carpool but I’m meeting a guy friend who wants me to read his novel final proof before it’s published. Sorry.

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