I nearly ran out of time to complete my card for the Paper Players colour challenge, thanks Joanne for these lovely colours, but after I'd done my exercise this afternoon, instead of lying down for a very tempting 'Nana nap', I've gone and put the various pieces together.
I've used Pictogram Punches a lot lately, because it is the stamp we're using at my class this month, and I like to show examples of its versatility. This means that there's likely to be a spare or two from the stamp set already stamped when I come to put a card together. Saves a bit of time, especially when they're the right colours!
I really enjoy punching out those cute little flowers, stars and hearts - and did you know that Something To Say has another 3 of those images in it as well? The vase has to be cut by hand, but it's easy enough, and even the three stems don't present too much of a challenge. The polaroid frame was already cut from Coaster Board from when I was designing my Convention Swaps, but I chose to use the film frame instead on those. On Film Framelits have a couple of these handy shapes.
Speaking of handy shapes, I'm finding the tiny shapes in the Perpetual Birthday Calendar come in handy too. When I get more organised, I think that stamp set will prove to be very useful for making journalling cards for Project Life.
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