Craftin' Caro: Thanks Card using the Top Note Die

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

 

Thanks Card using the Top Note Die

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By the time you see this posted, I'll (hopefully) be in the air on my way to Las Vegas as the starting point for this year's Founders Circle Achievers retreat!

Not a shabby way to spend one's birthday, eh?? :)

While I am gone, here's a fall themed Thank You card to entertain you.

I think that the curved lines from the Top Note Bigz Die create an extra special touch to the card.

To achieve this look, simply cut out the middle portion of your die cut image and slide the pieces together.

The seam is hidden behind our Victoria 5/8" Crochet Trim and a thin strip of Textured Crumb Cake cardstock acting as a faux-ribbon in the middle.

Another unusual element that you may not immediately recognize is the green & brown leaf - that was cut out from the design of one of the Designer Papers from the Paisley Petals pack!




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