Gel a tins with Authentique Paper

25 Jan

Today I want to show you a card I came up with just by looking at the wrapping on my Authentique paper Miracle Collection Kit.

Just by looking at the above I thought it’d make a great background.  Here it is cut to the size I needed.

You can see here, I am adding my layers of Cheery Lynn Designs border dies, fabric tape etc.

 For the stamps I embossed them in a powder that is a bit “shabby chic.”  The image is distorted slightly, but it works for this card.

The set I am using is called:

Sugar & Spice

Here is the card all assembled.

I love the soft colors and they playful stamps.

 Such a cute card for a new bundle of joy!

I hope you will remember to look at covers of paper pads, kit inserts and packaging.  There is always something that can be reused, just like I reused the kit insert on this card!  Just remember to always, think out side of the box!

I hope you have enjoyed my post today!  Be sure to visit the Gel A Tins blog because we have some AMAZING designers that are always coming up with new things to try!

Have a great day and see ya next week with more GEL A TINS fun!

This has been Jeannie from The Polka Cabana with today’s post.

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3 Responses to “Gel a tins with Authentique Paper”

  1. Allie Gower January 25, 2012 at 9:00 pm #

    SUPER cute!

  2. Thienly January 25, 2012 at 10:54 pm #

    What a great idea! It’s adorable! Stopping by from Paper Issues – I’m the newest DT!

  3. Donna Woods January 26, 2012 at 2:33 am #

    JG is going green! Love the idea. Love the card. I try to do this as much as possible, I will start looking at packaging and saying “WWJD?”, (What would Jeannie Do?)

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