A Ruler Pun (It’s Bad)

You Rule and a RulerSorry for the bad pun on this card — I just couldn’t help myself.  I also couldn’t help using the This and That Epic Day dsp again.  I think I have an addiction issue.  🙂

My daughter went to a masquerade dance at school last month, and we made her mask.  It had to match her dress, of course.  I still had some of the leftover sequins sitting on my desk, and I’ve seen sequins being used in the paper crafting industry lately, so I thought I’d put some on this card to add a little extra bling.  I put little rhinestones in the centers to cover up the holes.

Enjoy your Tuesday!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Stamps:  You Rule, Measuring Stick
Ink:  Gumball Green Versamark
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake, This and That Epic Day dsp
Embellishments:  Gumball Green 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon, Basic Rhinestone Jewels, gold embossing powder, sequins (non-SU), 3/16″ Corner punch


7 thoughts on “A Ruler Pun (It’s Bad)

  1. Darling card and a good chuckle… what more can you want? Love the sequins and colors you used. Where did you go to color school? I want to take lessons there.

    • I had to laugh at your color school question! I was a business major in college and stayed as far away from art classes as I could, mainly because I can’t draw even a stick figure. I really get a lot of my color ideas straight from Stampin’ Up. For example, on this card I took my colors from the dsp in the This and That Epic Day pack. I also get a lot of color ideas from catalogs and magazines. Since I’ve started this hobby, color is something I really notice in lots of places. I even write down combinations I see and keep a little book for future ideas. Thanks for you kind words! I always appreciate your comments!

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