Super Simple Cards Using Ephemera

While going through my ever-increasing stash of craft supplies, I happened upon a couple of packs of the Tim Holtz Idea-ology ephemera called Botanical Layers. I thought to myself, “Michelle, why are you not using these beauties?” So, I immediately looked for an appropriate sentiment die and got to laying out some cards. Quickly made with a beautiful result. 😃

You can watch the process video by clicking the green button. Thanks for hanging out with me and, as usual, the supply list can be found below. 😃

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Remember, if mailing a card with layers and embellishments in the United States, be sure and buy “non-machinable” postage so your cards don’t get smooshed in the USPS postal machines.

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2 thoughts on “Super Simple Cards Using Ephemera

  1. Hi, there. I’ve been watching your videos on Facebook, and have enjoyed them. I expecially love the Inspire embossing folder you use on this, and on other videos. I’d love to purchase it, but the link you provide leads to an empty page. I’ve searched, but can’t seem to find any trace of it anywhere. Can you tell me who makes it? Thanks!

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    1. Hi Annie. Unfortunately, that is a Spellbinders branded product and it looks as though they don’t make it anymore. I will remove the link from this post as to not cause any more issues. Thanks for watching!

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