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Today I’m showing you a card front design I put together. I will be printing it out at just under 6″ square and sticking to the front of 6″ square base cards to make a little set of notelets. I’ve put everything together digitally ready for printing out so that the cards/notelets I put it on will be flat and go through the post in the UK on a standard letter stamp.
I don’t know about everybody else, but family members see my cards and then as which ones will go through the post on an ordinary stamp, because, if they have to post a card, they don’t want the postage to be more expensive than the card. But of course, larger or more dimensional cards are great for hand delivery or for realy special occasions where they are included in a parcel with a gift.
This is what the simple layout looks like. I’ve not put on a greeting because the aim is to make a pack of notecards that can be used for Welsh or English communication.
Stamping Dragon Designs Item:
- Items from the “Floral Delight” mini kit – available as a freebie currently on the Dragons Lair Designs Inspiration Blog – Here!
(If you don’t get it before the end of the week as a freebie it will be available in the DLD online store in the Pound Shop after that.)
- My Craft Studio Elite Software
I only used items from the collection to make this notelet front, but I did use a digital punch from within the software to make the grassy frond shaddows that I put on the design several times. Everything was just layered up and re-sized until I was happy.
Don’t forget that there’s still plenty of time to pop over to the Dragons Lair Designs Challenge Blog to get your entry into the “Women At Work” challenge this month. Interpret the theme how ever you like. Let’s see how many different working roles that women take on we get covered by the time all the entries are in the end of the month.
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