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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Good for you!

This card uses the Soho Subway paper to create a vintage look. The only idea I had when I started this one was that I wanted to use a big piece of the DSP cut with the Labels framelit.  From there, I was off-roading, y'all!

Note 1: The ribbon under the flower is cut with the Bitty Banners framelits and the magnetic platform (yes, you do need it. Go get it right now). I am pretty sure that you are not supposed to cut ribbon with framelits, but look how cute they came out!

Note 2: EVERYTHING on this card is smudged with Early Espresso ink. The button, the ribbons, the pearls, my desk, my fingers ... it's not fun till somebody gets inky.

  • Early Espresso
Stamp set:
  • Banner Greetings (hostess)
Paper and card:
  • Early Espresso card base 
  • Very Vanilla cut to 4" x 5 1/4"
  • Soho Subway DSP
  • 2 3/8" and 1 1/4" scallop circle punches
  • Fancy Flower punch
  • 1" circle punch (that layer is a different DSP with more of the starfruit on it, but hard to see that in the picture)
  • Labels and Bitty Banners Framelits
  • Teensy brad (under the button)
  • Very Vintage button and a snippet of linen thread
  • Early Espresso Grosgrain Striped ribbon
  • Pearls
  • Daubers
  • Dimensionals and glue dots 

PS: If you CASE this (and PLEASE do), you might try putting a strip of the newsprint DSP under the right side of the label for more balance. Like this:

You might also try stamping the greeting in Starfruit and see how that looks. Have fun!

1 comment:

Deena Boos said...

I love it, Sera! The colors, the sponging, and the banner cut ribbons!

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