Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Thank You!

I was looking to create a card using as many different products (stamps, chalk, coloring pencils, markers, stickers, papers and die-cuts) but yet having it look very simple and uncomplicated.  The result is below.

The papers are: an antique gold (The Paper Company) base panel overlaid with a pale yellow damask paper (Anne Griffin) and a plain white paper for the card and the die-cut.  The die-cut was done using the largest die of a set (Spellbinders Labels 18) and edged with two contrasting gold markers (DecaColor and Making Memories) attached to the card using raised adhesive dots.  The stamp (Fiskars) was stamped in olive green ink (Color Box Fluid Chalk), colored with coloring pencils (Prisma Color) and high-lighted in the flower centers with a gold gliter marker (Martha Stewart/E.K. Success).  The pale blue background around the stamp was done using chalk (Pebbles). The final touch was the text sticker (Mrs. Grossman's).

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