I wanted to create some stationery this week because I have several neglected friends that I need to send letters to. So I took advantage of the Inspiration Site to create my CAS altered-stationery designs.
Crown Mill notecards and envelopes are perfect for short handwritten letters (I usually write on both sides), and they travel very easily in snail mail! My goal was to keep the stamping very simple, and to add pops of color, without completely coloring the images. I usually write with a fountain or dip pen, so I appreciate the soft, yet linen-like, texture of the paper that really helps to show off my lettering. I hope you like these - because I totally got over-inspired this time LOL!
Please join us and 'turn on' your creativity as we are inspired by wall plates this week on IC546!
Date: Friday, May 20, 2016 GMT Views: 1066
Registered: September 12, 2007 Location: Wake Forest, NC Posts: 61453
Sat, May 21, 2016 @ 12:11 PM
Softness personified, Ms. Audrie. Your sweet notes captures the essence of summer with just hint of color. I wouldn't be surprised if whomever receives these little gems does take them right to the frame shop. They make a darling set. Oh, you are just too cool for school.
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