Happy Saturday everyone - the sun is shining in Wisconsin and we are going to be in the high 70's - yeah. Going to enjoy my day - have a birthday party to go to and the card is made - stay tuned for Oldy Moldy Monday to see that card.
This is a Mother's Day card I made. It was published in the e zine - Ready Set Create Great little magazine (on your computer). They had one issue completely devoted to Cards - I will share the cards that were in that issue another day.
They have their call for August/September out now - deadline is July 10 - check it out - Jen is great to work with.
This card was for Mother's Day. I have learned how to photo and crop somewhat better so forgive me for this photo. Here are the details.
Patterned Paper: Hot Off the Press Use’Em for Anything Pastel
Cardstock: Prismatics by Prism Papers for a Lifetime
Inks: ColorBox Fluid Chalk Inkpad by Clearsnap, Inc.; VersaMark™ by Tsukineko, Inc.
Embossing Powder: Seafoam White by Ranger
Stamps: Stamp It
Brads: Hot Off the Press Use’Em for Anything Pastel
Flowers: Hot Off the Press Use’Em for Anything Pastel
Rub Ons: Basic Grey; October Afternoon
Idea to Note: Embossed the image on 3 different papers. The yellow paper was the base; the polka dot paper was embossed and cut out inside the lines and glued onto the yellow base. Embossed the center block, cut out and put it on top of the green squares. Cut another green print and put inside the center. Inked edges of all the paper. Added rub ons to letter. Added layers of flowers and brads.
Enjoy your Saturday.