Tuesday, October 28, 2008

So I'm trying to figure out how to incorporate some paper from Creative Imaginations' Narratives collection in to some cards I'm making...

...and even though I think they turned out decent, the camera can only do papercrafting so much justice.

Anyway, I cut off a fairly large corner & placed it on the front of my A2 card. You can't really see it in this photo, but the card itself is made from, you guessed it, K & Co -- this time the Margo collection. The ribbon flowers were in a previous post-I got three feet of those for $2.50 at WM. I just ink the ribbon as it's stark white by itself. This time I inked it with a turquoise and an olive green ink. The brad in the middle of the flower is K & Co Margo as well. The flower is from Cuttlebug's 2 step flower die. The top layer is basically a silhouette of the bottom layer, and I did the silhouette layer (die) three times. That just means there's the base layer & three silhouettes on top. You could do this with a George flower - cut out one without using the feature key, then cut out the same size with the silhouette feature key pressed. The leaves are cut out from a Cuttlebug die.

The turquoise piece on the right is also Creative Imaginations.


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