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A Little Welcome Card

Here's a simple 4 1/4" square with PTI's Wreath for All Seasons and WMS's Frame It and Text It. Love it. I like doing square cards this size because they can be sent in an A2 envelope without extra postage. Thanks to the smart girl on the PTI forum who gave me that tip!
Paper: PTI Kraft, White, Michael's brick red
Ink: SU Chocolate Chip, Michael's brick red
Stamps: WMS Frame It, Text It, PTI Wreath for All Seasons
Other: Dimensional tape
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  1. The wreath image looks as if it was *made* for this size card...I have played around so much with this set )love it) but haven't been able to follow all the way through to make a card. I think I will try this size. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. PERFECT!! With such great colors, the frame and the wreath there really is not anything missing on this beautiful card!!! BEAUTIFUL!!

  3. Very nice card, I love the square size and the wreath looks great!

  4. I love the simplicity of this.
    Very pretty!

  5. This card is gorgeous! You gave me a great idea for a sympathy card with this wreath.

    I'm a new follower of your blog. Love your work, and the name of your blog is perfect!


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