Thursday, January 31, 2013

1/31 Stampin' Up! Wishes Your Way

 

This is the card my customers made at my Open House last week. There are a couple of features about this card that made it fun to make . . . first the banners! Our new framelit set called Hearts a Flutter has a couple of different banners to choose from. LOVE those!!

Next, notice the awesome honeycomb embossing on our card stock vellum . . . that's really fun to do. But, I will warn you . . . this embossing folder is similar to the Woodgrain embossing folder in that it embosses very deeply! To prevent cracking or tearing, be sure to watch my video HERE and prevent this problem by attaching a layer of vellum permanently to the inside of your folder and run it through your Big Shot machine with no tabs.

And of course, my favorite feature of this card is the delicate looking designer builder brad with the single fabric rose. I adore the flower trim Stampin' Up! introduced in the Spring Mini. The sentiment on this card comes from the stamp set, also in the Spring Mini, called Wishes Your Way.

Have a wonderful day and thank you so much for stopping by Stamping to Share!

Stamps: Wishes Your Way (WM 129153, CM 129156)
Paper: Calypso Coral (122925), Lucky Limeade (122926), Very Vanilla (101650), Card Stock Vellum (101856), Tea for Two Designer Series Paper (129311)
Ink: Lucky Limeade (126984)
Tools: Big Shot Machine (113439), Hearts a Flutter Framelits (130159), Honeycomb Embossing Folder (129378), Word Window Punch (119857), Paper Piercing Tool to make a hole for the brad (126189)
Embellishments: Calypso Coral Ruffled Ribbon (122976), Flower Trim (126869), Designer Builder Brads (129329)
Adhesives: Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755), SNAIL (104332), Glue Dots (103683)

 
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2 comments:

Julie Davison said...

This it beautiful! I love the combination of elements!

Donna said...

So beautiful! I always love the way the vellum looks but just never remember to use it!

Thank you for sharing!