Monday, January 27, 2014

January stamp club project #1

This is a card that we made in this month's stamp club. 

We are getting ready for Valentine's Day!

It is a CASE of a card by a demonstrator named Janice Sinko. (If you are not familiar with this term that I use regularly, CASE stands for "copy and share everything.)

Isn't it a romantic looking card?

We used very vanilla card stock for the base and also the other two pieces- the postcard layer and the lattice piece that was cut out with the Big Shot.

We used the heart framelit set for the Big Shot to cut out the frame in the postcard layer and the other two small hearts. The larger of the two is made of a retired designer series paper that I had downstairs. The smallest heart, on the front of the card, was made out of cherry cobbler core'dinations card stock.

We ran the vanilla postcard through the Big Shot with the elegant fan embossing folder.

We glued the lattice piece behind the open-heart  frame on the postcard layer.

The small heart was embossed with the dotted embossing folder. Since it was done with the core'dinations card stock we could then sand away some of the color on the raised dots and on the edges for a vintage look.

After gluing everything down and layering the postcard with dimensionals, we added embellishments and such as: a pearl, ribbon roses, and lace ribbon.

We added a Valentine sentiment inside using cherry cobbler ink.

This card is pretty - too pretty to give to a man! Don't you think ? Maybe I will send it to my mother and make another one for my husband!

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Happy Stamping!

1 comment:

  1. I always look forward to making cards with you. This was such a fun and beautiful card to make. Thank you for the laughs. NEVER a shortage of that!