I have made a very clean and simple card for you today.
I am using the set called WILD THINGS.
This has got to be my favorite Gel A Tins set!
I decided to go simple with my colors.
You can see my main color is white.
I have been working a lot with Grafix Arts paper products.
They have amazing Vellum and all my white paper is vellum.
(sorry you can see the adhesive, it must have been the time of night, since you can’t see the the adhesive indoors!)
I love how white embossing powder looks on white vellum! So pretty!
I also have used Grafix Arts Black Chipboard to make the frame for my sentiment. It is amazing, since it is black all the way through! PERFECT for mounting and framing things!
I wanted to create a peaceful setting with the placement of the flowers and butterflies..
I thought this would be the perfect for someone going through a rough spot. Someone who needed to take time out and enjoy the little things in life!
(I think I need to mail the card to myself!!)
I hope you have enjoyed my project for today, this has been Jeannie with The Polka Cabana with today’s post.
This week on the Sweet Stamps blog is a very fun challenge.
Remember that if you link up to our challenge, you have the chance to win a $20.00 gift certificate to Sweet Stamps.com.
The challenge this week is using Non-Traditional colors for a Christmas Card.
I had so much fun making this card and I love the colors.
I used papers from the Christmas Joy 6 x 6 pack by First Edition.
You seriously have to try this paper, it is awesome. Sweet and whimsical designs and gorgeous prints.
I embossed the Medium snowflake on the paper and also used some of the paper I had embossed with the snowflake for my die cut ornaments.
The I used is called Star & Round Bauble ornament.
**BIG TIP** Before cutting paper that you have embossed, put a layer of wax paper between your die and embossed image or you will end up with your embossed image stuck to your die.
Maybe I know a thing or two about this?
This was a very easy challenge for me since the paper I used has a lot of non-traditional colors in it.
I would love for you to stop by the Sweet Stamps blog and see what everyone else has come up with.
Hmmm, I wonder what colors everyone has used?