A big congrats to Priscilla, the newest Featured Stamper! She has such a wonderful gallery & it was so hard to chose…I may have to come back with another! Besides the fact that Priscilla loves to use die cuts & embossing folders, I noticed she also has a lot of pink & white cards. For my CASE, I chose THIS card. I kept the layout, the colors & the embossed background but I used different images, made my focal point a large tag & used a sheer bow instead of a band of lace.
After stamping my greeting, I die cut with a large tag die on 3 sides but used a fancy tag for the left end. The pink border was done with a pink Copic marker & I also used it to tint the sheer white ribbon for the bow. The flower/ring corner image was stamped on the large white panel, colored with Copics then I used a corner embossing folder on 3 of the corners. I had to rotate the folder & do 1 corner at a time in order to do 3 corners since the folder is actually only 2 opposing corners. I added a bit of stickles to the flowers, a pink layer & called it done!
Congrats again, Priscilla! Enjoy your week! Thanks so much for looking. It's just been posted on my blog w/ the colors of Copics I used. The Write Stuff
Date: Saturday, April 26, 2014 GMT Views: 2022
Registered: February 22, 2012 Location: Cape Cod Posts: 26528
Sun, Apr 27, 2014 @ 4:40 AM
Julie, this is simple GORGEOUS! I love the way you rotated the EF for the 3 corners. I thought the EF was a die cut and had to look at it again. The tiny flowers are so pretty and perfectly colored - what a great idea to use the Copics for the pink frames to ensure a perfect match. Thank you for creating such a beautiful card and for this wonderful honor!
------------------------------ Priscilla (aka - PJ)
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Registered: April 6, 2009 Location: Weyers Cave, Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley Posts: 9930
Sun, Apr 27, 2014 @ 11:06 AM
I love the tiny flowers in the corner (even though they are pink, since they are small, the groom should be happy with them!) Your big tag with the sentiment is lovely and so is the pretty bow attached to it, Julie!
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