Monday, June 4, 2012

Vintage Card with Hampton Art and Cheery Lynn

I love everything vintage - so I was really pleased with the results of this card. The stamps, dies and papers all worked so great together.  

Cheery Lynn Designs Dies
Hampton Art Stamps
  Butterflies Are Free IC0153
Donna Salazar:  Honey Mix’d Media Ink
Colorbox Chalk Ink: Dark Moss, Warm Red, Blackberry, Dark Brown
Colorbox Pigment Ink: Curry
Colorbox Archival Dye: Mudslide
Smooch: Log Cabin
Simple Stories papers: Generations
Worldwin Cardstock: Kraft
Want2Scrap Pearls
 Glue Glider Pro – Perma Tac
 U Cut It Dimensional Adhesive

Designer Notes:

1.      Stamp the image twice using the archival ink.

2.      Shade the background of one of the images using Honey  (center) and Dark Moss (edges).

3.      Color the flowers with sponge daubers and Warm Red, Blackberry and Curry.

4.      Ink the edges with Dark Brown.

5.      Spritz with Log Cabin Smooch.

6.      Using the second stamped image, cut out the area to highlight.

7.      Ink the background with the Honey.

8.      Color the flowers as before.

9.      Use U Cut It foam adhesives to raise the round cut-out shape.

10.  Add pearls.

11.  Ink all pieces of patterned paper using the Dark Brown.

Simon Says: Anything Goes
Great Impressions: Die Cuts
Pan Pastel UK: Something Vintage
Hotshot Craft Blog: Die Cuts


debby4000 said...

Gorgeous, beautiful card, love the colours.

Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamps Challenge.



Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

Really beautiful, I love the papers and the die cut corners. Thank you for joining in with the PanPastel challenge blog
Lindsay xx

craftymum said...

Great card. Thank you for joining us for our Die Cuts challenge at HSC.

hugs Sarah x

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Angela Crandall said...

Very lovely. I especially like all the bits & corners.

So glad you could join us in our monthly challenge at Great Impressions Stamps!

Shanna Shands said...

I love the rich tones in your card. Thanks for sharing with the Great Impressions Stamps.