Archive for the ‘Background- Medallion’ Category:
It is so cold here in Sydney today, normally I like the cool weather however I am a little over it and looking forward to it warming up a little….just a little. Thursday brings a new CASE Study card from June’s muse Jill Foster, which you can see below:
Here is my spin on Jill’s amazing work of art, I have taken elements from Jill’s layout but flipped sides, I loved the circle coming off the edge of the card and the stitching around the edge of the card.
I made this card from my wonderful mum, who joined my Stampin’ Up! team a few months ago and is just doing so well. Mum is also like my “stunt” double as she fill in for me in I am unable to do a class or workshop, like the sweet thing needed to do last week as I quite sick but had “events” booked so I got everything ready and then she would go and do the “event” for me, it all worked fine until Saturday’s workshop rolled around and I packed her up with everything she needed BUT she left the stamps at home! OH no and it was a workshop on the other side of Sydney! If it was me I would FREAK out and
maybe even cry! Not her, she just carmly re-designed the cards using stamps the hostess had….talk about thinking on your feet and still had a GREAT workshop. So I had to make her a card telling her how proud of her I am.
SEW I hope you liked my card, I would love to here your stories about leaving something like this at home and what did you do to fix it.
Check out the other DT’s creations and be inspired!
The home of CASE Study…..
As promised here is the start of the cards I showed at Stampin’ Up! Convention in Melbourne last week. This card I showed how I cut my wide striped Grosgrain ribbon down and melt the edges with my lighter so they do not fray then showed how I tie my bow. You can view the video here.
I love the colours in this card, for the background I have clear embossed the Medallion on Autumn Spice DSP from the Summer Mini then brayered over the top with Pear Pizzazz ink to make the embossing pop a little. Along the bottom is just Rich Razzleberry cardstock that I have clear embossed with the blossoms stamp from Elements of Style then stamped a little script from “French Foliage” in Early Espresso. I have used Stampin’ Up! Watercolour paper cut out with the Sizzix Beautiful Butterflies die, I again used the blossom stamp from Elements of Style with Rich Razzleberry and Old Olive Markers to colour the flowers and leafs then I water coloured lightly with Watercolour Wonder Crayons. I like adding a little vintage feel by stamping the script and ink splat from “French Foliage” and sponging with Tea ink from the SU! Distressing Essentials kit.
Inside….. oh pretty……
All Products from Stampin’ Up:
Ink: Tea ink from the SU! Distressing Essentials kit, Early Espresso, VersaMark, Pear Pizzazz, Rich Razzleberry and Old Olive
Accessories: Sizzix Beautiful Butterflies die, Blender Pen, Pearl’s, Water Colour Crayons, Brayer, Rich Razzleberry Striped ribbon and Shimmer Paint