It's an interactive project, which are my favorite kind. Open it up, and you'll see the inside message swing into view:
First she die cut the light blue cardstock with a Sizzix Circle Flip-its die. Then she die cut two white scalloped circles to fit the center panels of the light blue cardstock piece.
The image (0487F Ukulele Snowman in wood mounted) was colored with ShinHan Touch Twin markers, and the saying (0483E Simple Pleasures) was partially overstamped with the music detail stamp in light blue.
Jeanne sponged both scalloped circle pieces with light blue ink before adhering them to the card base:
Last but not least, she embellished the edges of the assembled card with ribbon. Here's the completed card once again:
Paper: Discountcardstock (Baby Blue Light Prismatic, Neenah Solar White)
Inks: Clearsnap (Colorbox Premium Dye Inks Cornflower, Licorice)
Die Cuts: Sizzix (Scallop Circle Framelits, Circle Flip-its)
Ribbon: Really Reasonable Ribbon
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It's been such a pleasure having Jeanne as our Inky Guest Designer for November! Will you kindly help me thank her for sharing such wonderful projects with us by leavng a comment at the end of this post?
Your comment will also enter you in a little BLOG CANDY giveaway. On Wednesday, November 28th, I'll randomly choose the winner for 11137MC Snowy's Woodland Pals Clear Set. I'll post that person's name here on the blog, so please check back to see if you've won!