SDC109 – Clean and Simple


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?


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!

4 thoughts on “SDC109 – Clean and Simple

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


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

  3. 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

  4. 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!

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