Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Season of Friendship

I don't normally make square cards probably because I'm just so used to the standard A2 cards but it is nice to change things up a bit. The base of the card is crumb cake sponged around the edges with chocolate chip ink and the DSP is from summer picnic (now discontinued) and it was also sponged with chocolate chip ink. I stamped the tree and leaves onto very vanilla and cut that into a 3 1/2" circle followed by a red circle cut at 3 3/4". The edges of the very vanilla and real red were distressed and then sponged with chocolate chip ink. The crumb cake scallops were created using the fancy flower punch. I used 3 flowers and sponged the edges with chocolate chip ink and snipped them apart and attached them to the real red circle. Additional leaves were stamped onto a scrap piece of very vanilla card stock, cut out and attached to the main image with dimensionals. Red twine was attached to the buttons and adhered with mini glue dots. Red gingham ribbon was tied to the main card base and the main image was then attached with dimensionals.

Supplies Used: Paper: Very Vanilla, Real Red, Crumb Cake, Summer Picnic DSP; Ink: Chocolate Chip, Old Olive; Stamps: Season of Friendship; Other: Circle Cutter, Fancy Flower Punch, Red Gingham Ribbon, Red Twine, Buttons, Dimensionals

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