Well hello my friends and welcome back to this edition of Angela’s blog projects, ha ha. I hope you all had a fabulous Thanksgiving and got some crafty time in! I took my sister in-law and niece over to the local scrapbook store and got them into scrapbooking. Check it out..
I think I’ve created some monsters, muwhahahaha! Sorry to my brother but hey- that’s what happens! Am I right?
Okay, so today’s card is tall and skinny.
I have to laugh because as I am preparing this blog post, I’m doing it on speech software. And every time I start talking, the dogs start barking or a loud trash truck goes by. Ha ha. I’ve started trying to use this software more because my knuckles are hurting and I think I’m starting to get arthritis. Anyone else have this is issue? I suppose I should take to drive over to the doc? But who has time for that right? Anyway…
As I was saying, this card is tall and skinny it measures 3.5″ x 5.5″. It fits in a regular size A5 envelope. I have just been loving the white and red Christmas cards this year, especially with the red foil paper. Don’t you think it makes it pop?
I’ve also started adding a layer of white card stock on top of my already white card base as you can see. I just like the way it looks to have that extra layer and it feels heavier. Plus if you make a mistake easy to just flip that piece over and not worry about it.
So the top square on this card measures 2.5″ x 1″. And the bottom square measures 2.5″ x 2.5″. You can see a list of all the products below and if you choose to order any all you have to do is click on their image.
Okay hopefully there will be no dog interactions for you all you re-create this project. I hope you have a fantastic week and check back tomorrow for another card using the Christmas Greetings thinlits.
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