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Fast and fabulous in 5? This should fit the bill. *grin*  This was a store sample I designed, so you may see it up close and personal at your LSS. Normally, I free-hand the black outline, but I used a ruler on this one.  For some odd reason, it really freaks people out when I free-hand the outline.  I dunno why people think they can't do it–all you need is to drink a lot o' joe, , which causes an unsteady hand; the end result is a "naturally" uneven outline.

You could try an appletini (I'm a lightweight, so just one will do. *wink*), but, the point is to actually stay ON the paper.   Hence, coffee.

Happy Monday to ya'!

Stamps:  Marigold (open), Marigold Solid, "Bonjour" by A Muse Artstamps; Apricot card stock (for card base) by A Muse; Inks:  Brilliance Graphite Black, Memento Cantaloupe and Tangelo; Other:  Fine Tip Black marker

  1. I love everything about this card! I can’t wait to try this layout. Thanks for the inspirations.


  3. Yay! I’m going to get some! Thanks for answering! I tried to find a place to read about it on the website, but I didn’t have any luck.

    I’ve never ordered from A Muse before, but you’ve made me fill my cart!

  4. Hi, Sharon! Yes, A Muse card stock is “white core”, meaning the colors are printed on one side. It’s super nice for card-making because you never have to worry about adding a white layer inside for writing a message! :)

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