I love using an old technique for a new card!
I had made a shutter card a long time ago and shared it on an older post. (You can click here to see it). Much older, haha! So I used products from the Stampin’ Up! holiday catalog and remade the original card with all new colors and stamps. I used three Stampin’ Up! sets: Mingle All the Way, Good Greetings, and a teeny sentiment from the Banner Banter set for inside the circle.
So here is my finished project. I had to dig into my archives to locate just what I wanted. This technique, called Closed Blinds, was one that I saw on a post by a crafter named Lynn Mercurio, back in 2008.
I decided to emboss the sentiments because I was afraid they might get washed out by the busyness of the other colors. This card will fit in a standard A2 medium envelope, and since there is no “inside” to it, you can write a longer message right on the back.
8 thoughts on “A Shutter Card for Thanksgiving”
Wow! I love what you did – all the details. Every time I look, I see something else that I like! Great job!
I love those stamps!!
Amy, you’ll have to provide instructions for the closed blind technique; I’ve never seen it. It turned out really cool.
I love the closed blinds technique! Makes you not have to use a lot of other supplies. Your card shows it off nicely!
Love the staple on the ribbon for the tag! I bought that stapler and forgot I had it! I have to go dig it up!
I like the colors and mix of DSP. One glance is not enough. Great job Pal!
Love your card, Amy!! That is a neat technique… had not seen it before. So many sweet details, textures, colors and embellishments… thanks for sharing, Pal! 🙂
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