from Sara today. Because she has new goodies and was chompin'-at-the-bit to create!
She started with some cute yellow ledger paper from the Authentique "Endless & Fair-Weather" paper. She die-cut three stars from that piece, and then laid that on top of a white card base. Then she grabbed some turquoise patterned paper and die-cut the smaller star, and nested those within the negative space. What a GREAT look! And while there is added dimension with the star-within-a-star, there is no added bulk. The turquoise star is at the exact same level as the ledge paper.
She finished her card off with some red Bakers Twine and a few random embellishments from paper collection kits.
She turned this into a "back to school" card, by adding a tag that was preprinted with "school days, school days". But this card pattern would be an ideal one to leave blank, and have ready at a moment's notice to add whatever sentiment you needed!
Thanks for the great idea, pattern and inspiration Sara!
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