This week, Heather is hosting our One-Layer Wednesday challenge (OLW 162). Her challenge, leaves. I have a feeling Heather was probably thinking fall leaves, right?
In an ongoing effort to use stamps (that have never seen ink before), each week I pull a set or two and display them prominently on my worktable to use. This morning, as I was thinking about the OLW challenge, I saw leaves on my worktable! Okay, so they were holly leave, but leaves all the same.
These leaves are from a Close to My Heart set (A Holiday A1115), my MIL gave me.
I made three different OLW cards. All very similar, but a bit different. With the first card, I though the little pom-poms would make cute berries.
With my second card, I wanted to use sequins to bling it up a bit. A girl has to be trendy whenever possible, right?
And with my third card I just used stamps. No bling, just some twine.
All three cards are 4 1/4 square with matching envelopes made with We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board.
It's not often that I get really excited about a tool, but the Envelope Punch Board is awesome if you like to make matching envelopes, or just use up your scraps.
Supplies: Stamps: Close To My Heart - A Holiday Ink: Papertrey - Pure Poppy, New Leaf, Simply Chartreuse and Memento - Tuxedo Black Paper: Papertrey - White (Card Base), Envelopes - Paper Studios Accessories: We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board & Twine.