Let me Be A Feather

Good Morning! Welcome to a new week and Spring!!

Remember the colorful envelopes I made paper from in my last post?

I had some leftover paper which I decided to use for a canvas. I used a pretty pink piece of paper for the background. I printed the quote directly onto the paper. Yes, it went through my printer just fine. I am okay with the smudge or two that it does have. I Mod Podged the background to a 5 x 7 flat panel canvas. I hand cut leaves from several of the other colors and added a beaded tie. This was glued to the background.

I find this quote to be inspiring and have this hanging above my desk. Don't you love the way it looks?

Remember - don't just save those birthday cards! Save the envelopes too!!

Supplies used:

Medium Pour Handmold Contents

Pour Handmold available at Arnold Grummer

Have you tried getting different color handmade papers? This is one way to achieve that!
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  1. Lovely card and I particularly like the papers, the placement of the feathers and text. Fabulous card all round!

  2. this is so pretty, I was just wondering if I could run handmade paper thru my printer so thanks for the info. Love the quote also.

  3. Great card - love the paper feathers! So nice the paper went through your printer - I'll have to try that!

  4. oh i was so afraid of using my papers through my printer... thanks for being a trendsetter!!

  5. BEAUTIFUL project and quote!
    Love and light,


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