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Next, "Smile." My fondness for yellow is undying, and this super-sized polka dot on a lovely mustard yellow is one of my favorite sheets of paper in the whole collection.
The alpha stickers were the perfect size to fit snuggly inside the circles, and that camera paper - we've all seen a million camera papers, right? - the print is just the right size, they are easy to fussy-cut, and the simple black and white makes it easy to mix and match with other patterns. It took all of 10 seconds to cut out one little camera and make an embellishment out of it. For texture, I added a tissue paper ruffle at the bottom and some thread around the camera.
Last, a note card in one of my favorite color combos - red and aqua.
The cute typewriter tag was the starting point, but what makes this card extra special is the gold paperclip background. That is also a sheet of acetate from the Memorandum collection. To adhere it to my card, I stapled it to a piece of 5.25x4 inch white cardstock. I stapled right through the typewriter tag, and again toward the bottom. I covered the bottom staple with one of the patterned paper strips.
I am excited to share a rather large Memorandum project next week, so be sure to be checking in on the Pink Paislee blog and here for more! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!