Myths & Magic Designer Paper: One of a Kind Knight Card

So technically, the greeting says ‘one of a kind’ but the card is a great one to make in quantities! A whole army of knights can be cut out from the Myths & Magic Specialty Designer Series Paper (every one with glittery embossed armor) but each one IS different.

Adding in the other snippets of paper from the Myths & Magic package help to pull this card together – whether you choose to use the orange knight or the green knight on your ‘one of a kind’ card. And stamping the knight in the background with the Magical Day stamp set creates the idea of standing out in a crowd.

I love that there are so many cards to create with just this small selection of supplies!  Be sure to request your Stamps in the Mail Club Kit for February so you can make the fun set of projects, too. All the pieces arrive ready-to-stamp and all the cutting is done for you ahead of time. Sometimes I joke that I do all the work, you have all the fun :)

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1 thought on “Myths & Magic Designer Paper: One of a Kind Knight Card”

  1. Brilliant card Meg as you said for someone of any age “who is one of a kind”. I absolutely love the little Knights looks like I am going to have to get this DSP! Thank you for sharing this project with us crafters. :O)

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