It seems to come up pretty often that I have to stick a check in the mail to a friend for this or that. I hate folding my checks to stick them in a regular sized card (4.25 x 5.5 inches). And I hate to just stick the check in the envelope all by its lonesome.
So, I created this cute, simple stationery set that will work for mailing checks. It's made with the largest megabilities long scalloped rectangle die cut as the base layer. The focal point is this darling "snail mail" stamp from the new Storage Units, Ink & More set, At a Snail's Pace (available August 1st). I made a couple of tall cards that just have my name (computer generated), and a couple of long cards that say "from the desk of Bethany Paull). I even fancied up the envelopes a bit with some patterned paper snippets to match.
Here's a close up of the long card version.
What's In It?
Stamps: At a Snail's Pace (SU Ink)
Paper: Core'dinations Grassroots, chocolate chip and very vanilla Stampin' Up!, brown and green polka dots K & Company
Ink: Tim Holtz's vintage photo distress ink
Accessories: circle nestabilities and long rectangle megabilities by Spellbinders, COPIC markers
You can also check out yesterday's peeks from Kimberly, Kathie, and Dawn. And Lauren has another one for you today.