Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Prima Cards to share today

Happy Wednesday everyone.  I trust your week
is going great and life is good today so far.
I made a few new cards to share today that
don't have anything to do with Valentines.
I have more to share but it was fun to take
a creative break and get out some older paper
and make something fun for my giveaway box.

All the cards were done with Printery from
Prima and bits of Basic Grey.  For this
card I used 2 Spellbinders dies
(Fluer de Lis Pendants & Blossom tags & Accents)
 for the top and layered rectangles under it in different
prints for the backround.  For the ribbon
I tied a bow at the top of the die and then tied
another bow on it to make it bigger.  The 
words from this are a sticker from Mrs Grossman
and the tiny pearls are from Kaisercraft.

I really like this card!  It kind of gives me that
20's kind of look all clean and black and white.
For this card I cut 2 pieces of backround print
and then 5 flags of various sizes and layered 
those.  Then I used my Spellbinders circle die
to create a mat for the black flower tag and used
a sticker for the sentiment from SRM.  I popped this
up to give it more dimension and then added the
tiny ribbon and butterfly to finish it off.
And just to make the envelopes look snazzy I ran
them all through with a embossing folder.  Not so
plain and boring anymore.... cute don't you think?

This last card was the easiest but looks like it is more.
One of the sheets in the book is already blocked out
so I cut a portion of it for my backround and then added
tiny Thanks letters from Cosmo Cricket.  Lastly I tied
a faint green striped ribbon around it and into a bow
and added some cute roses.  The little leaves on this
are punched with a Martha Stewart punch...  

That's it for today... I taught a super fun flower
class last night with some amazing ladies so I will
have some photos from that to share and maybe a 
few tutorials... be sure and check back for that soon...

Lots of Hugs,

1 comment:

  1. You really rocked Printery Teresa. I played with some of the papers and was pretty challenged by the limited colour palette. But you totally showed off this collection !



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