Now that it is officially "summer", I have been cranking out some cards to send out to spread the well wishes for this humid season.
So far we have been pretty lucky here in Chicago, only a few days of gross heat so far which is good news for the girl who doesn't have her air conditioners in yet!
The card is 5x5, thought I'd change up my sizes a little.
The paper is from American Crafts and it was one of the 10 cent sheets I got at the big sale over at Stampology. It is double-sided, so the "red" is a perfect match and that blue is from another sheet from the same line, so that matches perfectly too! Love that!
The cardstock is Bazzill, they have so many colors, you can always find a match.
The flip flops were stamped in black and then colored in white and a blue gel pen.
Small bling was added to them as well, I love the Hero Arts gems because there are 4 sizes, so you can always find the perfect match.
I am really loving my scallop punches now, which just makes me want more!
But I am having a slight problem when I punch paper with a white core, like the double-sided paper I used here.
See, how I get some of the white on the edges, like it was ripped
Does anyone else have this problem?
Know a solution?
Just think it looks kinda crappy with that white on the edges like that, like I chewed the paper or something.