stamp set - Tags 4 You; ink - Gumball Green; card stock - Naturals White, Real Red; punches - Label Bracket, 1-3/4" circle; Season of Style and Epic Day washi tape
I don't think I spent any more than three minutes making this card. If I were going to "mass produce" a design, this might be the one - three minutes per card isn't long enough to be boring. I didn't think I was going to like washi tape, but I was wrong. As I'm looking at the photo, I'm thinking that red polka-dot strip is really a little too high, and would look better if it was positioned about 1/4" lower. Since it's completely repositionable (evidently that's not a real word), I may go ahead and move it, even though it's mounted under the grey striped piece!
Since I had a little extra time available, I started on tonight's card. It doesn't qualify for any challenges I'm aware of, but it is a CASE from Ann Schach's awesome card here. Seriously, can anyone else make this cute stamp set look elegant, as Ann does? I left off the pearls and went for simply cute:
stamp sets - Open Sleigh (retired), Scentsational Season (retired); ink - Crumb Cake, Real Red, Versamark; Stampin' emboss powder - Clear, Early Espresso, Pewter; card stock - Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Real Red, Wild Wasabi; designer series paper - Holly Berry Bouquet (retired); punch - Full Heart; Big Shot with Ovals Collection and Scentsational Season framelits; Brights designer button (retired); Stampin' Dimensionals
I can't seem to get enough of that happy little gingerbread boy - he just makes me smile.