Hi, hi, hi.
Judging by the list of people who've entered the patterned paper giveaway on 3DJean's Design Team blog it's safe to say most of them are my blog readers - so I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for you when the winner is drawn on Monday 7th May. That's this coming Bank Holiday Monday - so if you haven't already added your name, you can hop over there now.
[The background florals and the graph paper design on today's card are both from the range being offered as a prize].
Over the last few weeks here I've been openly revealing my predilection for corner related elements in my current papercrafting ... and, if it were needed, today's project is just further proof:
It's quite a small card made from folding over a narrow band cut from a length A4 kraft card.
I bought a big, cheap, bumper pack of kraft off-cuts at a recent papercraft show thinking they'd be ideal to cut down and turn into mini square cards. But when I folded one over I liked how the rectangle shape gave me a larger canvas to work on, while still feeling like a cute small card:
the elephant stamp from yesterday's post, another example of the kind of simple outlined, cute character designs I love to use when I want to colour-in!
The finishing touches, along side a ubiquitous word sticker from 7Gypsies are a few bits of ribbon, twine and a mini-tag: