viewed as a Valentine set, but the three cards Natalie had come up with were
nothing to do with Valentine, and included a Thank You Card as well as a Birthday Card.
lot more than the one occasion!
In fact this applies to most, if not all suites – having seen someones project yesterday wher she made a girly project using this Urban Underground Suite.
It’s just a question of thinking outside the box – sometimes I can and sometimes I can’t! LOL!
Underground Suite, which is one of the sets I haven’t bought!
make the cards at training because I prefer to spend my time chatting and
exchanging ideas with other demonstrators, and then I make the cards when I get home.
don’t have the stamp set I made sure I’d stamped all the images; that way, I’d
be able to make the cards at home!
and have just started on them!
of Very Vanilla CS and a top layer of one of the Delightful Dijon designs from
the Urban Underground Specialty Designer Series Paper (DSP).
District Stamp Set while I was chatting at training!
letters in a straight line down the left hand side.
Grey Ink, I stamped HAPPY BIRTHDAY – which is from Guy Greetings Stamp Set –
onto the DSP layer in the bottom right-hand corner.
Basic Grey CS, one in Very Vanila CS and one in a design from the DSP – each strip being
about 1/2″ shorter than the strip underneath.
the Triple Banner Punch and adhered them together and then onto the
top layer on the card of the card front on the right hand side.
adhered a layer of Very Vanilla CS inside the card, and adhered another set of
DAD, overlapping them to ensure they fitted across the width of the card.
I prefer the letters put together like this, so I may well use the third set this way, too!
about buying this set………..yet!