What's up by Noga Shefer

April 29, 2022



Hi crafty friends,  Noga  here and I am so happy to share with you another project for Gerda Steiner Designs today.




My card featuring the brand new adorable  What's up? 4x6 Clear Stamp Set and What's up - Die Set.

To make this card I took an A2 panel of plaid cardstock and die cut a white frame and glued on it.

Next I colored the sweet image using copic markers and glued it inside this cute envelope.

to finish off I stamped a greeting from  using black ink.


                     

 I hope you enjoy the card I created and feel inspired to create!

Thanks for stopping by,






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