It seems like I always need some sort of a card for something. I made some greeting cards that are pretty generic that can be used for almost any occasion. I started out with a sheet of watercolor paper. I stamped the Dina Media round stamp and embossed with black embossing powder. Next I applied watercolor. I cut up the sheet into card size pieces and I didn't like them. No problem! I cut the watercolor paper into strips and more or less randomly glued the strips to a card front. The cards looked kind of plain, so I stamped the round stamp again in different places on each card. I followed that with some black watercolor speckles. I have a Tim Holtz stamp set with many different salutations that I can use to add a message to each card. I popped up the "thinking of you". Using the thick watercolor paper strips also adds texture the the cards. These cards will also work for both genders. Try this! I think you'll like the results! Thanks!
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