Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Autumn Card & Placecards

Have you noticed a change in our newer paperpads? Instead of using the exact same patterns from the collection, the paperpads now include some unique patterns that coordinate with each collection. Melissa used some of the unique papers from the Homestead paperpad to create this little card.


By cutting out a foil leaf from the welcome home paper and adding a little stitching, Melissa included some contrasting textures.


These placecards are just in time for a quick Thanksgiving idea. It's nice to know where you are supposed to sit at the table, especially if there are a lot of guests. Placecards are a good way to make sure you have enough seats for everyone and spouses can sit together.

3 comments:

Diana Waite said...

I really like the touch of a pearl--very nice!

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