I had some trouble with the new Lace Tree Embossing Folder because of the size. After several attempts at creating a usable card, I ended up with this creation. I have a slightly smaller width, but the same length as the quarter card stock.
I used: green metallic textured card stock white card stock Lace Tree Embossing rubber stamps, red and pearl stick-ons white ribbon.
I cut the card stock into fourths, which is the smallest size the post office allows to be mailed.
Using the white card stock for the front, I used three stamps: Thanks so much with a flower, You Rock, and the stamp frame. I used the same color of ink as I chose for the embossed card stock on the back.
For the back, I embossed the red (or color of choice) card stock with the Thanks folder. Then I taped the front and back together. Done! Very fast card.
I used white card stock for the card; then I embossed the snowflake on white also. I put a lavender snowflake on white, then on the purple card stock, rounding the corners. I elevated this piece on foam for depth. I put the ribbon under the elevated snowflake for variety.
I used the rubber stamp Warm Winter Wishes for the inside verse.
I used: embossing folder Numbers off-white card stock blue card stock blue striped ribbon rubber stamps corner rounder computer printed verse for inside
I made this card for my son's 21st birthday.
The inside verse was giving me some trouble; I just didn't have a stamp that said what I wanted. So, I went to my computer. I found a verse I liked and printed it on card stock. I discovered to match the color of the ink used on the front, I had to print in color for my verse.