Thursday, February 25, 2016

LINING THE ENVELOPE TO MATCH

One day after not having made any cards for awhile, I decided I really needed to pull out some of the lovely designer papers that I have and actually USE them.  I decided a great way to do that was to choose a card to make and then line the envelope with the matching paper.  Below you will see four of the many cards that I made that day.  The die I used for the card is from Papertrey Ink.  Thank you for coming by!


Card #1


Card #2


Card #3


Card #4

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vicki what a beautiful creation and the matching envelope is the icing on the cake. Love it. Rachel

Lynette said...

Those papers are gorgeous! I love the lined envelopes.

Sandy said...

These are just so lovely Vicki. I have never lined an envelope thanks again for the inspiration.

mrses44 said...

Vicki, I keep copies of most of your cards to use as inspiration. I love your talent! On this specific card, I'd love to CASE it - but need the die. I looked for a papertreyink die, but couldn't find one. Could you be more specific about the die name? Is it an older one or a new one? Thanks for your help, Elyse

Anonymous said...

AWESOME!!!!

Joan said...

Lining the envelopes with the matching paper makes a great card even better. It really adds a beautiful finishing touch. I've also looked for the die from papertrayink but wasn't able to find a match. I did, however, find a die from Gina Marie Designs called Flower Background Die and I was wondering if this is the die you used. I just recently found your site and I absolutely love your cards and your style. I have bookmarked your page so I can see all your wonderful creations. Thanks for sharing them.

Joan said...

I found the Papertray Ink die - it's called Mighty Bloom Die. Please delete my previous comment. I didn't see it on their website searching through all the dies but I saw your beautiful cards from April 16, 2015 and you mentioned the die name. Once I searched their website with the specific name it comes up and is still available. I'm adding it to my shopping list. You made so many gorgeous cards with this die.

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