Monday, April 7, 2014

Thinking of You Card

Hi Everyone and happy Monday to all of you!  
I had a busy week and weekend with projects and
classes and a fun afternoon with my mom at the theatre
to see a fabulous play called Harmony yesterday.  It was really,
really good and the music was fantastic so i would highly
recommend it if you love theater.  We also are going to
see Porgy and Bess soon and i am sure it will be just as good.

And today i want to share one of the cards that i have
been creating with the new dies that Spellbinders is
releasing and a new stamp set that i got from Justrite Papercrafts.

I was cleaning again and ran across this paper from G45
and thought that it would make up really well using the 
Stately Circles Die and the Lacey Circles to frame the sentiment.

To make the card i used the diamond border for the backround and
a smaller piece to go across the middle of the tan print.  Then i cut
2 black circles in the Stately Circles and another white one with
the same size lacey ovals.  The stamp set from Justrite is called
Magnolia Vintage Labels Seven and i stamped it on printed
cream paper in black in and embossed it.  Then i took just a little
bit of distress ink and went around the edges and left the tag
clear so that the sentiment would really pop. I assembled the 
pieces by layering them with 3D foam squares and then added a pretty
silk ribbon and a button that i had in my stash.  I really love how 
this G45 line works in cards.  Everything really pops and of course
the stamps are more than beautiful too.  

It's a quick post today i know--- i am off to take on of my pups 
in to the groomers and then lots of crafting for me today.  I hope you
have a wonderful day and make something fun too.
 Lots of Hugs... Teresa


  1. HI Teresa, this is elegant and opulent! I love the way you have used the dies, stunning. No crafting for me until to work now :( Have a lovely day, hugs Carole Z X

  2. Hi Teresa. Great card, I love the paper too. Take care.



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