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2015-11-17: November Shoebox Project #5

2015/11/17

The final design for the November Shoebox Craft Night was also designed by Maggi. A bonus card as Ms. Chrissy is out of town and couldn’t join us.

This card is so simple, but deceiving when you look at the construction. It looks like layers and layers put together, but it is not.

It is a white base card, with one layer of navy blue. The white plaid DP was cut into strips and laid onto the navy. It’s a mind trick when you look at it. The 3 different DP strips of paper measure 1/2″, 3/4″ and 2 1/4″.

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This card had a wee bit of stamping on the punched pieces (Sentiment & punches by Stampin Up). I added the bling when I came home.

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And one last look before you scroll down to the review of all of the projects…

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and drum roll please….the review:

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Thank you Ladies for all of the fun things we made together, the tasty soup and even sending us home with left overs!

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. thepaperbaker permalink
    2015/11/17 4:15 am

    Outstanding projects this month! Love them all 🙂

  2. Karen Nowakowski Ross permalink
    2015/11/17 10:32 am

    Thinking of you daily as I see one of your wonderful cards on my desk. Thanks for sharing your wondeful artwork! I like your new signature on the posts!

  3. 2015/11/17 12:45 pm

    It took me a little while to “see” three strips of the dp. You’re right….it was kind of a mind trick. Very attractive card!

  4. 2015/11/18 1:38 pm

    Sure does look very layered:) Pretty card.

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