Today I am sharing with you a Clean and Simple card. I have so much trouble keeping things simple, I always want to JAZZ them up. But this one is jazzy without adding more. At least I think so! You’ll have to tell me!
I LOVE the copper embossing powder, and I added some Copper thread. The dots are done in the Copper Powder, it’s hard to see that in this picture. AND I have found that Banners for You works well with other stamp sets!! I used the Happy Birthday from Birthday Banners. Since it is Photopolymer you can bend the stamp to fit the banner!!
Below my name is a list of all the supplies to make this card, just click on any picture to be sent to my OnLine Store! If you buy from my store I will send you a handmade card!
Until next time!
A California Girl living in North Carolina
Here is the start of my Christmas cards that I will be making this year! If you receive cards from me and want to be surprised, don’t go any further!! LOL
I am doing a class where we will make 3 each of FIVE Christmas cards, and if you prepay you get to make an extra Bonus card! I’m hoping to get a headstart on my Christmas cards this year, how about you?!
I am going to show you today ONE of my 6 cards so far…….make sure you check back in so you can see the others!
Here is the first one:
I love cards that are weathered and antiquey……..I know that is NOT a word, but that’s the only one that came to mind! LOL
I stamped the Music Notes on the Vanilla piece with Sahara Sand, but stamped off first so it wasn’t so dark. I then tore the cardstock in carefully planned areas, and made it look old. LOVE doing this, don’t you? This card was really simple except that the ageing did tak a little time, but not as much as you would think. I stamped the Reindeer? using Early Espresso ink, didn’t color him in at all, and I think he looks great! I wanted some of my cards to be a little simpler since I will be making these in bulk. I cut him out using the Stitched Framelits and then cut a mat using the Circle framelits using the scallop, cutting this out with Cherry Cobbler. I used my Early Espresso marker to make the stitched edge look stitched!
For the Banner I used the Bunch of Banners thinlits. Did you know that this banner thinlit cuts out BOTH the sentiment AND the border? I hadn’t used this one yet, and was surprised that it did that, so I was able to frame the sentiment in Cherry Cobbler!
I added Linen Thread behind the Reindeer, popped up the sentiment with Dimensionals and I was done! Easy Peasy!
Here is what the inside looks like:
Isn’t it pretty?
Below is a pictorial list of what I used to make this card, click on any picture and you will be taken to my OnLine Store! If you purchase anything from me online I will send you a handmade card!
Want some Blog Candy? I have taken a few days off since giving away my last one, so I guess it’s time!!
I LOVE embossing folders and I also love Bakers Twine! This Bakers Twine is Gray, my FAVORITE color! Is Gray a color?
You can get this mailed directly to you if you win the drawing that I will be having in a few weeks on July 29th. How can you win this? Easy! Just leave me comments here on my blog, OR on any of my Social Media places……..Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. ALL comments count, no matter which posts you comment on! You can spend a good amount of time visiting my older posts and commenting and they count!! Not only will you be getting good ideas for you projects, but you will be put in my drawing each and every time you comment! Pretty easy wouldn’t you say?
I’m off, dinner is almost ready!! I’m very lucky, I have a husband who likes to cook and I don’t have to!! WooHoo!
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A California girl who lives in North Carolina