Tuesday, May 17, 2011

CCMC150 Get Well Wishes

Hi Stampers! 

I created this card using the colors from this week’s Create with Connie and Mary Color #CCMC150 challenge(see http://www.createwithconnieandmary.com).   If you have a chance, stop by their blog and check out the great Design Team samples and other entries. 

These colors seemed a bit masculine, but I wanted to try out the new Flower Garden EF so I decided to create a floral card.   

To create this card:

Brayer Poppy Parade on the smooth side of the Flower Garden EF and emboss with the Big Shot using Whisper White cardstock.   Trim and mount onto Not Quite Navy (NQN) cardstock. 

Stamp the large floral image with NQN Classic Ink onto Sahara Sand cardstock.  Mask the flowers to stamp the overlapping images.

Layer the background and use a few scraps from Poppy Parade and NQN.   Stamp the sentiment onto Whisper White and punch out with the short end of the Decorative Label XL Punch and rotate and punch again to create the small tag.  Complete the same process with Poppy Parade, cut in half and layer behind the sentiment.  Add the satin bow to finish off the card. 

Stamp Sets: Fabulous Florets, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink:  Not Quite Navy (NQN), Poppy Parade
Cardstock:  NQN, Poppy Parade, Sahara Sand and Whisper White
Accessories: Big Shot, Flower Garden EF, Square Lattice EF­­­, Decorative Label XL Punch, 5/8” White Satin Ribbon

Thanks again for stopping by- have a blessed week!


Mary Brown said...

How pretty Julie! I just LOVE this embossing folder. Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

Deb said...

I think these colors are more masculine, too, but you made a beautiful card with the flowers! I love this set!! I really like this technique, too! Thanks for playing the challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

Lisa said...

I like what you did with the EF. I have yet to use that folder...better get it out! Thanks for playing the Create with Connie & Mary Challenge!

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