|The possibilities go on and on|
I told Joe about it and asked for any tricks or tips I needed to be successful. That's when he took the paper to our print shop because he had the better scanner. I didn't know that he had a secret plan. He did scan it. Then he altered the color to make it more Indian Summer or autumnal.
Of course I had a to make a card right away. I cut a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 panel from both sizes. Than I cut both panels in two on a diagonally. After choosing my favorite combination of the two, I glued them together on my favorite vintage gold paper and added some gold metallic tape to cover the seam. All that was missing was the sentiment and voila! I'm a happy stamper. I put the card panel on some Neenah Kraft paper and make a top folding card.
|Rumor modeling my card|
I couldn't make the fancy paper without Joe, but I could have scanned it and printed it on card stock. I bet you can, too.
If you love the fancy paper Joe made like I do, it will be in the store as either a digital download or as card stock--your choice.
Materials: Items used are from my easy store Pink Bunkadoo (www.etsy.com/shop/PinkBunkadoo) or are affiliate links.
Autumn flower card stock or digital download
Vintage gold card stock
Ranger Collage Glue
studio g gold glitter tape