This was an adventure for me, since I sold most of my 12x12 papers last year. However, I rummaged through some older sections and discovered a cache of Red Hat papers from K&Co. Not only was it from my early days of
This is what came out:
Okay, that's the first of three. And NO STAMPING! There are a whole bunch of coordinating papers in that pile, and I've used three of them here: the ladies, a piece of the red stripe, and the words are cut from another piece.
Here's another one:
This one has the striped paper as the background with a different pattern of ladies, plus a full strip of the words.
And a third:
A different red background paper and a strip of the hats + words paper.
All of these also got some lavender or violet backing paper from my organized box of 1/4 sheet remnants, plus some Delphinium SU ribbon back from before SU named their ribbons the same as their papers. Yes, it's old, and yes, I have a lot of it.
Now it's YOUR turn. Go dig through your stash and find some of your oldest patterned paper. Then make a card with it, and come back to Shopping Our Stash to link us up so we can see what you've made!
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