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Green and Brown stripe card

by Marti
(Marion, IN USA)

A study in contrast

A study in contrast

I used two contrasting papers from the Bohemian Sarapapers collection from Paper Wishes.
Also a Martha Stewart border punch.
This is a scan not a photo.



What a pretty card, Marti. I do like the contrast between the stripes and the flowers. The pearls add a lovely finishing touch too.

Martha Stewart products just started being sold where I live last week. It looks like there are some beautiful punches and tools to find out about in that range.

Thanks so much for sharing your card. I hope you will let us see more of your work when you can.


PS: See more card ideas at Cardmaking Tips and Special Occasion Cards

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Aug 10, 2009
by: Tammy

You are so very talented! I love the colors and the detail you used in making the card. I have seen others that you have made and I am impressed!

Aug 09, 2009
Beautiful card
by: Celia

Congratulations on your very first posted card, keep up the good work and I will be looking forward to viewing many more of your interesting works.


Aug 08, 2009
by: Jean

What a pretty card. I like the colors and the subtle details that you added. Makes me want to get started on a card making venture.

Aug 08, 2009
by: Lori

Beautiful card. Appropriate for many different occasions. The contrasting white border sets the mood for the entire project. The pearls add dimension. Excellent work! I look forward to seeing more of your ideas. Thanks for sharing.

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