This is it, my last post for PPRS Guest Designer. It’s been a fun experience and I learned a bit about how to work with limited dies available and still try to make things look different. I’m such a die cut fanatic I had to really stretch to give a different look to each card. I hope I have been successful with this. I have surely enjoyed working with the wonderfully cute images that Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps has. If you want to spend some of your Christmas money on high quality images with a soft vintage feel stop by their web site. You’ll be glad you did.
For this last posting I chose the Love Owls with Valentine’s day in mind. Aren’t they cute? I used the sketch challenge SC521 from Split Coast Stampers. At first it looked like an odd sketch and then I went searching and these sweet owls with the moon behind them were perfect for this sketch.
I am adding a photo of a portion of the back ground paper I used and how I made it work. I wanted those two images in the corners to be on my card but I didn’t want to cut the card stock. IDEA!! Why not score the card stock and make a fold in it and add a bit of punched scallop border. I left the flap unglued for a bit of dimension. I like how it turned out. And so I say good-bye and wish for you the best crafting experience ever this year. Try something new, play a little different and enjoy the journey. Janeen