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Playing with labels again

I'm trying to figure out more ways to use address labels to customize sets of cards when I give them as gifts. I'm a bit limited in my punch selection (well, not really, so humor me)--I have no rectangle ones, so paper cutter it is. I embossed the flourish from With Sympathy a few times with clear embossing powder. I haven't tried it yet with irridescent powder, but I will. The label is popped up on dimensional tape.

These would be really easy to make in groups of 10, possibly in single layers as well, just on white cardstock. Hmm. I'm thinking...

Paper: SU Whisper White, PTI Lavender Mist
Ink: Versamark, PTI Lavender Mist
Stamps: PTI With Sympathy, SU Warmest Regards
Other: PTI Lavender Mist satin ribbon, dimensional tape, address label
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  1. That stamp embossed with the clear embossing powder is just gorgeous! So elegant, I love it! This would be such a perfect card for a wedding. What bride wouldn't love that? {Well, maybe somebody out there, but I'd have loved it as a bride;) }

  2. That embossing is beautiul.

  3. The embossing on this card is great. It looks so pretty.

  4. Cheryl your card is beautiful!!

  5. I love that floral flourish embossed! Its really elegant with the clear on white! :>

  6. Love the tone-on-tone white embossing! So elegant!

  7. Love the embossing and the fun ribbon treatment. :-) Super elegant and yay for labels!

  8. I love that flourish vine embossed, I'll have to try that, super pretty!


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