Saturday, May 13, 2017

Live Beautifully - Cards, Cards, Cards

How about some close ups of some of the cards I have made using this special paper pack that is available during the month of May in honor of National Scrapbooking Month?  I will be showing you at least 10 different cards using this wonderful paper pack during this month.  Get yours now while supplies last.

For this card I adhered the paper featuring Sea Glass to front of a white card base. On top of this I added the Gold Foil Flower paper, a strip of Gold Dot paper through the middle of the card with Gold & White Twine wrapped around it. I added a second layer of the paper featuring Sea Glass , a piece of white card stock and  then a piece of the white with gold dot to make a set of mats that I then adhered to center of card using 3-D Foam Tape. For the final step I embellish card with Thin Cut “Happy Birthday” title cut from Sea Glass card stock.

For this card I adhered the Slate Striped paper to front of card. I then embossed a piece of White Daisy Cardstock with Damask (retired but you could use any folder) Embossing Folder. I stamped the flower and 3 leaves using Sea Glass Ink and cut them out.  I used 3-D foam tape to adhere them to the lower left corner of the card.  Finally I stamped ‘Be your own kind of beautiful’ using Whisper Ink on White Daisy Cardstock, dovetail right hand side, adhere to Slate Stripes and dovetail. Add title to front of card. 

Below I have listed the supplies Used to make these cards.  Supplies can be purchased at or by clicking the shopping cart at the top of this blog.  As always Happy Crafting!!!

Supplies Used:
Inks:  Sea Glass (Z2813) and Whisper (Z2872)

Papers:  Live Beautiful B&T Paper Packet (CC1212B)
Cardstock:  White Daisy (1385) and Sea Glass (X5789)

Stamp Set:
Live Beautifully (CC1212C)

Thin Cut:
Happy Birthday (Z3304)

3-D Foam Tape
White Twine (2414)                                                                                                               

Retired product used: Damask Embossing Folder (Remember this can be easily replaced with a current embossing folder, there are several in the current catalog)

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