Sunday, March 28, 2010
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
For the focal point, I cut a Spellbinders Frameabilities die and distressed it...formed some roses from some creme felt strips and touched them up with a little pink ink...and punched and stamped my butterfly, distressed it and added glitter. The patterns on the paper were created with Papertrey Ink's Background Basic stamps, Retro and Tin Types.
It's going out to an "absolutely fabulous" friend of mine. (Better not say who!)
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Monday, March 8, 2010
I'm hoping to post again this week. Stay tuned...I'll try to be a litle more creative!!
Papertrey Ink: Star Prints, Sweet Blush ink and cardstock, Spring moss cardstock and ribbon, Bitty Dot Basics paper
Other: Spellbinder circle and scalloped circle dies, Fiskars star punch, A La Mode white embossing powder, Versamark, Recollections rinestones, Paper Studio distressed flourish stamp (name unknown), glitter paper (brand unknown), JoAnn Fabrics blossom (Silk Vision)
Monday, March 1, 2010
It worked for me...I wouldn't have chosen these colors on my own, but after seeing the photo...they seem to belong together. I love Melissa's vintage style...and she uses the most beautiful vintage looking embellishments. I've not collected many yet so I made my own flowers out of ribbon I already had. My focal point turned out like this:
Painted grungeboard by Tim Holtz also lended itself well to the style of the card. Hope you enjoy it: