I like to give away cards in little boxes but right before my Arizona trip I realized I was all out so I dug out this stiff cardboard from the back of Stampin' Up designer paper and though I would see if I could use up some of those.
I got a little carried away stamping on this side but I was trying to cover up a chocolate smudge.
In hindsight I should have washed my hands after eating this.
This is my favorite tree card so far. Since most of my customers ordered the tree stamp this is the card I made for them as a thank you. Just in case you are thinking, oh no, I really missed the boat on that one, fear not, you can still order this stamp set from the occasions catalog through June 2nd.
I took pictures with my phone and don't know how to rotate so you'll just have to turn your head for this one.
Recipe for Tree Card
Cut base cardstock 11 x 4 .25
Score at 2 inches and 7.5 inches
Cut brown card stock 4.25 x 3.25
Cut yellow cardstock 3 x 4 for tree
3.25 x 4 emboss with decorative dots embossing folder
Inside cut cardstock 5.25 x 4
For the moon using ¾ inch punch, punch out circle- I use the top of a post it note that way there is sticky on the back side.Place that where you want your moon to go then using daubers or sponge, pounce around the circle with a darker ink than your cardstock. Pull off the post it note.
This one I made using leftover scraps from the cards that I made for everyone that placed an order at the last Stampin' Up Event. I'll post pictures of those next week when I get back after I have delivered most of the orders so not to ruin the surprise.