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Make it Mine Monday: Sweet Delicate Details Card

Delicate Detail.0117Ah, so sweet.  That’s what this color combination says to me.  It’s soft and relaxing.  The lace from the Sale-a-bration stamp set Delicate Details makes it sweet too.

Here again I stuck close to the original card keeping the basic layout.  When I was making my card I tried all of the different designs on the same piece of card stock like the original but I just couldn’t get it to look right.  That’s when I decided to stick with one pattern.  Not only did I stick to one pattern of lace but I decided to take my card a step further and I embossed it!  I really like the look of the embossed lace, don’t you?

Once I had that piece taken care of it was on to the 2250deb76fd346f8c49868b4d597ba84label.  I could have just copied Brenda’s label because I do like it but I wanted something a little simpler.  I opted to go with the little label and sentiments from the Rose Wonder stamp set.  If you have used this stamp set and coordinating framelits you my be wondering how I got two different sizes of the labels.  Well…I cheated.  The Blushing Bride label is the size of the framelit.  I stamped my label and sentiment and then simply cut the stamped label out with scissors right next to the stamped image.   Pretty clever, huh?  Not really, but it was a simple way to get the same shaped border.  🙂

Have you played with the Blushing Bride Baker’s Twine yet?  You should.  It’s so pretty and soft to touch.

As I mentioned before, the Delicate Details is a Sale-a-bration item.  It’s one of the items you can choose for free when you place a $50 order.  Have you placed your Sale-a-bration order yet?

Have a great day!  Take care and Happy Stamping!

Simple Rose Card

IMG_7672One last card from our Flower Power class a few weeks ago.  This card is simple, yet elegant.  One of my favorite kinds of cards.

When I say simple, I mean simple.  The hardest part of the card is die cutting the flower and then roller over the die with the Big Shot Die brush to loosen the paper from the die…..and if you’ve ever done that you know that it’s not hard!

You don’t even have to glue the die cut flower to the card stock!  Nope.  Just lay the flower where you want it, fold the pieces that over-hang to the back and use regular tape to adhere the pieces to the back of the card stock.  Easy-peasy!  Your card is practically done!

Besides being striking, this card is very versatile.  You can use any type of sentiment that you’d like!  The Rose Wonder stamp set comes with quite a few sentiments as well as the fun label.  Don’t you just love the font on this sentiment?  All of the sentiments in this set are written in this font.  Beautiful!  I made my card a birthday card but this card would work perfectly for a sympathy card too.

I think I’ve found a new favorite color combination.  I really like Crumb Cake and Basic Black together.   They really look sharp together.  Do you have a favorite color combination?  What is it?  Leave me a comment and let me know!

Have a great day!  Take care and Happy Stamping!