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Friday, March 26, 2010

Perfect Pair Number 3


Hi Guys

Well I hope you are enjoying the current promotion from SU! I certainly am and today I have another selection for you.



This is using the Simply Said and the Full Heart punch. I have chosen to not use red as would normally be used with a heart set.

The card on the left is made using Bordering Blue. I have done the two step stamp with the heart stamp. The ribbon is bashful blue taffeta ribbon and the wide ribbon is whisper white satin ribbon that I have died using Bordering Blue (the photo makes it look a lot darker). The flower stamp on the background is the small flower that I have pulled the colour in using a blender pen.

The middle card has been stamped with the large flower in Ballet Blue (I have stamped in full colour and then stamped again without reinking. I have put a strip of Ballet Blue to mat on the card and a piece of Very Vanilla that has been punched on either side with the Eyelet Border Punch. The ribbon down the middle of this strip is 1 1/4" white grosgrain ribbon dyed with the Ballet Blue ink. I have used the Full Heart Punch on the bottom of the Matted layer. I have used the bumps at the top of the heart as the border at the bottom. The three faux brads are punched from Very Vanilla and accented with Crystal Effects.

The last card has been stamped in versamark and I have then brayered the Ballet Blue over the top. I have matted Ballet Blue card with Satin Ribbon with a bit of Bashful Blue tied at the end of it.

I hope you like these and until next time.

Happy Crafting

Emma xx

1 comment:

  1. Hey you x
    you've been busy! fabulous cards, particularly the brayered one, you've got that nailed beautifully. Are the faux brads done with the smallest punch? If so I need one!
    Love ya loads (even though my brayering sucks next to yours) BTW Craft stamper have put out a request for reader entries using brayering - get in there!
    x Michelle

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