I was given the on line card making class by my dear friend. I used a couple techniques I learned in the class (masking the frame and stacking cardstock, and coloring your own cardstock) and couple tricks I stumbled across when creating some other projects (using the tasteful trim die for the vase. It also works to create candy and fish. I'll include those in other cards.
Paper: Pink Pirouette, Pretty in Pink (for layers underneath the focal heart and for the vase on the inside of the card, slivers of Certainly Celery
Ink: Melon Mambo (direct to paper on Pink Pirouette cardstock)
Stamps: Hostess Set Simply Soft
Punches: Hearts (full and small), Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack (for flowers inside the card)
Die: Tasteful Trim (for vase inside card)
Card base: 4 ¼” x 8 ½” folded to create a 4 ¼” inch square card.
Post-it square (for masking): 3” square
I didn’t have a background stamp I wanted to use so I arranged the three solid images from the Simply Soft set on a SU E acrylic block minimizing space between the images. I stamped the images in the unmasked frame of the card. I used several generations of stamping and rotated the block between stampings.
Date: Sunday, January 15, 2012 GMT Views: 1764
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Mon, Mar 25, 2013 @ 10:31 AM
these are so cute, sometimes one never things to use our supplies for more then they are built for....right on...great job...TFs..:0)
------------------------------ We as people are raindrops of colorful ink , falling down Crisp and Clear, each a different shade more vibrant then the last, but once we realize at the bottom of an endless abyss we all fall into the same inkpot forming one color, only then can we come together as one My son.