The card fits my theme for the week, which is to use scraps and items already on my desk. I didn't have to cut any paper for this card. The pieces were already sized. The So Saffron patterned paper was already scalloped. I used my Silhouette to cut out this Hero Arts design from a scrap of Melon Mambo textured paper.
I glued a piece of ribbon behind the "i". The tiny pieces of cardstock were trimmed to fit behind the letters.
By coincidence, the gift bag I found in my stash for her presents matched the card; I didn't plan it.
NOW FOR A LITTLE PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT...
One of the salads I made for the party was Pioneer Woman's Asian Noodle Salad or as she calls it "my most favorite salad, ever, ever, ever, ever". My friends and I give it a huge thumbs up! But speaking of thumbs, I was reminded to RESPECT THE Jalapeño Pepper! I normally wearing a sandwich bag on my hand if I'm chopping anything spicy, like a habanero, serrano, or chile de arbol. I didn't when I finely diced only 2 jalapeños for this salad. Boy did I regret that choice! Several fingers on my right hand suffered a chemical burn from the capsaicin. I tried every treatment I could find on Google and treatments helped temporarily, but it was bad! I had burning for about 24 hours. Anytime my hands would touch warm or hot water, it would reignite the burning. Taking a shower was agony. I didn't dare put contacts on yesterday. My right hand is back to normal today, but I will never underestimate the heat that a jalapeño can have.
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Stamps: Alphabet stamps (Hero Arts), Clear Toy Transportation (Martha Stewart)
Paper: white kromekote, Pretty in Pink, Whisper White, Pumpkin Pie designer paper, So Saffron designer paper (SU!)
Ink: Tempting Turquoise, Crushed Curry
Tools: Silhouette digital cutter with birthday wishes by Hero Arts (birthday_wishes_C00264_23067)Other: ribbon scrap, Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue, foam tape (3M)