Sunday, August 15, 2010
How fun is that? The weather is so delightful... :-) OK, no snow songs here... Outside the weather with heat index considered is over 100 degrees. Creating this card served a dual purpose... first to make me think cool and second to get a jump on the holidays. Our Daily Bread Designs is also having a challenge this week. Submissions need to use the same image more than once.
The ribbon actually started this whole card quest. Yesterday I made a stop at my local BigLots and found this awesome ribbon for a buck! I must be the only one whose mind starts turning with ideas when they spot new ribbon... LOL... I know it is a double post but I was so excited I had to share. Hope you are having a wonderful day!
Finished Card Design 5 X 7 inches
Cardstock - Bazzill - Kraft, Red, Chestnut, Light Pink
Ribbon - Martha Stewart - 1 1/2 in Wired Sleigh Ride Plaid
Dies - Spellbinders - Nestabilities - Fancy Tags, Pendant Fleur De Lis, Create a Flake One
Image - Our Daily Bread Designs - Peace & Joy
Ink - Memento - Lady Bug - Stamped Snowflake on red Cardstock
Embossing - Versamark - Stamped Snowflake image and then embossing with
Ranger Embossing Powder - Rich Red
Snowflake Layers - used dimentional adhesive between
1. Pendant Fleur de Lis - Chestnut
2. Create a Flake One - largest snowflake - Red
3. Embossed Snowflake from ODBD on light pink cardstock and cut out
4. Create a Flake One - second smallest snowflake - Red
Fancy Tag - Chestnut - cut in two and layered behind ODBD sentiment
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