Simply Saturday…a simple thank you

Sometimes we spend so much time creating complex designs that when we need a quick card, it’s hard to create them. I love creating in both styles and that’s why, most Saturdays, you’ll find a simple design post.

It doesn’t get much simpler than this. One layer of kraft cardstock, Lily Bee Design chipboard, twine and a rub-on.

I don’t want to waste your time on a busy Saturday but before I go, I just wanted to say thank you, thank you, thank you for all the comments left yesterday on my Stamping Royalty post. I am so blessed to have so many special and encouraging people in my life. Mwah! You’re the best! Thank you for allowing me to share.

Another exciting thing about yesterday was my studio was featured on the Lily Bee blog. If you’ve been reading Belle Papier for a while, you’ve seen it but if you’re new and haven’t, you may want to come check out my favourite little space. I designed it and the Mr. created it for me exactly how I wanted it. He’s a keeper, huh?

Have a simply wonderful weekend!


8 responses to “Simply Saturday…a simple thank you

  1. Cute – I like quick and simple!!! SandyT

  2. Love the cute CAS card 😉
    Sometimes a fast bit of chipboardy fun is just exactly what is called for! Hugs, Ruth S

  3. love the card. when i went to look at your studio, the link took me somewhere else…

  4. Love that cute and simple card-can’t beat Kraft!! Same for me on the link.

  5. This is simple yet gorgeous Julia!!

  6. I just checked out your work space – lovely! I NEED as much as possible things within an arms reach – your space is perfect. I was wondering where you got your ink pad storage — that would work so well in my area.

  7. LOVE this CAS card! And you’re right-sometimes simple is SO HARD. 🙂 I just LOVE your creative space – just beautifully laid out. Really fabulous! And to think you do all of this amazing art work and you have 5 beautiful children to care for?! WOW…you are a very talented super woman! 🙂

  8. I love all your designs but it is true, sometimes we’re used to complicated that we forget the beauty of a simple card. TFS!

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