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October 2, 2013

So Old Fashioned

Hi everyone.  It's Karon here with you today, from Karon's Krafty Korner - thanks for having me pop by each month Pam.

It's a bit short and sweet this month I'm afraid.  I am in the middle of decorating the second of two bedrooms, but I had an hour on Monday and couldn't resist popping in to my craft room to make a quick card to share with you.

I had bought this little telephone stamp by Hot of the Press called "Hello", and as it came with the perfect little sentiment - I had to make an old fashioned card.  Here is a close up of the stamp, which was stamped with CTMH Chocolate and the little sentiment actually comes separate so you can place it where you wish.


The papers are from a lovely little Paper Collage Kit by Sarah Lugg, called With Love.  Lots of fabulous papers, tags and borders and thought they were perfect for this card.

SARAH LUGG WITH LOVE PAPER COLLAGE KIT

I distressed all the edges of all the layers and then used Tim Holtz Tea Dye distress ink, to ink all the edges.


I raised the stamped image up on some pop dots to add a little dimension, as this card is otherwise very flat (great for posting though).


For the inside, I used the same papers as the front.  Also, I decided I just had to use the telephone stamp once again, however, I masked off the edge as I only wanted part of the stamp to show and therefore leaving room to write a message.


Sorry, for the short and sweet post - I really must get back to the decorating :-)

Thanks for stopping by.

Happy crafting.

5 comments :

Lori Apgar said...

This card is just gorgeous!!! Love that image and how you used part of it on the inside too!!!

Audrey Frelx said...

Karon, I so love your card -- inside and out!!! And I love the stamp! I came over here from seeing this on your blog to make certain I let you know here too that your card is awesome!

Pam said...

Oh Karon. Beautiful card. Just love it.

Karon said...

Thanks so much :-)

danita k said...

Love it!!

"kind encouraging and inspiring words"

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