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SDC109 – Clean and Simple

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LOL!  I almost didn’t bother with this, given my proclivity towards 3d paper sculptures and that “one more thing” that Julia blogged about (that was a surprise – surprise that she actually listened to my prattling as we drove!)  SDC Challenge 109 is  CLEAN and SIMPLE – not words that spring to mind when I do a Stampotique project. But I needed to make a few cards for DDs classroom teachers and assistants and this one came together clean and simple so I though, why not?

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I just stamped the (oddly, my only Stampotique NOT Penney/Torrente) image onto the street name lists from one of my old London A to Z and added it over an embossed file-card thingie.  A tiny bit of simple stamping and a scrap of ribbon and DONE! I actually really like it.  And I think DDs teacher will too, if fits her.  I’m amazed my stamping is a neat and straight as it is – I often make a hash of that and have to do 3 or 4 ones before I get one I can use!  This time, first time was the one.  I would call this a 5 minute card for sure.  And from scraps too so quick AND economical!

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4 thoughts on “SDC109 – Clean and Simple

  1. A lot of interest, texture and character, yet remains clean and simple, MaryAnne–not an easy task, but you have accomplished it with aplomb! Kudos to you!

  2. Love this card! Wish I could make cards like this… maybe I’ll just steal yours! and it won’t take five minutes… more like 25! I can procrastinate with the best… would spend a full five minutes trying to decide which page to tear out of the A-Z!!

    Oh and Julia (lovely gal that she is) has got me the fabric! Yippeeeeee! Haven’t a cookin’ clue what I will make with it yet… LOL

  3. Great card. Love the textures. Thank you for joining Stampotique Designer’s Challenge this week. Gez

  4. Wow i so love this card it could be used for many different things, great creation.

    Eliza

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