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A Finished Paper Pad

Hello everyone. You may be asking yourself why am I writing a post about this? I mean sure I have done this before … right? Well, the answer to that question is – yes I have. But I have come across another wonderful sketch that will help me use up those last pieces of a patterned paper pad.

Try Stampin (Or Not) on Tuesday

For my card unfortunately I wasn’t able to follow both sides of the challenge as you will see from the papers that were in this patterned paper pad. But this sketch allows me to use up those pieces of paper that are cut off to make a background panel. The smaller rectangles can be the opposite sides of the 2 longer pieces if they work really well together – which they usually do.

I decided to add a sentiment to one of the smaller boxes and also I used one of the foliage dies from Paper Rose Studio just to help give the card a little more dimension. So this finished off a patterned paper pad that I have been working through for a little while now. I will definitely be keeping this sketch in my box for future use.

Thanks for stopping in and looking at my card creation using the sketch from Try Stampin On Tuesday. I hope that you will get to do something creative today.

Until my next post,
Be Kind to Yourself and Others.


3 thoughts on “A Finished Paper Pad”

  1. I really appreciate being able to use up those small leftovers of paper as well. I love all of the wonderfully coordinated colors and patterns you have included. Thank you for joining us for this challenge at Try Stampin’ on Tuesday and look forward to seeing you again soon!
    Anna, Design Team


  2. Tracy, such a beautiful card that’s perfect for a guy or gal! Love all the wonderful textures of your pattern paper matched with the orange gems!! Thank you for sharing your creative talent once again with us at Try Stampin’ on Tuesday!!! -Donna


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