This card is one of 24 that I made using an entire Authentique Paper Pad.
I shared the pic below and this write up on a FB group I belong to:
For those of you wanting to try and use a 6 x 6 pad for some cards, here is an idea. For each sheet in your paper pad you will get one card. Cut the sheet 4" x 5 1/4" then cut the leftover piece that is already 2", to be 2" x 4 1/2" and flip it over. Depending on what the pattern is on the flip side you will need to watch how you're cutting the first layer. I then cut a white piece 2 3/4" x 3 3/4". I will stamp my sentiment near the bottom of the white piece and add a star or flower to the left corner. I layered each piece 1/8" bigger. I am using an Authentique paper pad and the flip side happens to be solid, but you could mix and match patterns to see what you like. Hope this all makes sense.
I used a Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge Sketch #226 and went from there.
Here are all the cards I ended up with from one whole paper pad.
I cut everything out to make the cards:
Everything is layered, punched and stamped:
Here is the Authentique paper pad I used, it is called Wishes.
I haven't tried this yet with one of my My Mind's Eye paper pads, but did figure out a way for it to be done, using the 2" strip on another card. I'm going to give it a whirl before posting it here.
I have more Authentique paper pads and am going to see what else I can make using the entire paper pad.
thanks for looking ~
have a great airborne day!
God Bless All Our Military.. each and every one of them