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Next Year in Jerusalem

Posted by on April 6, 2012

This week’s Pals Paper Arts challenge has some lovely spring colors. I love pink and brown, I love pink and green, and I love green and brown, so it goes without saying that I love this color combo!

With Passover starting tonight, I wanted to make another Passover card. I know some people think that all Jewish cards should be blue and white, but Passover is a spring holiday, and these colors work great for it. I got creative making my little matza squares. (You can tell that they are matzah, right?) I used my Woodgrain background stamp with Chocolate Chip ink on Very Vanilla card stock, then used my 1″ inch square punch to punch the pieces where the lines were going mostly straight. I sponged a little more chocolate chip over the squares to make them look more matza-y. (Is that a word? It should be…) “Next Year in Jerusalem” are the words traditionally used to end the Seder, and they are printed out on the computer.

Stamps: Woodgrain
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Pretty in Pink, Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Subtles Designer Series Paper Stack (Certainly Celery)
Other: 1″ Square Punch, 1 3/4″ Circle Punch, Circle #2 Bigz Die, Chocolate Chip Dotted Scallop Ribbon

I just want to give a shout out to Lauren, one of my blog readers, who took the time to let me know that she was glad to see my Jewish cards. Thanks so much! This one’s for you!

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