Tuesday, March 20, 2012

More card class make overs

Once again, a card that was prepared for my card class was easily changed to make a birthday card.  By just adding a new stamp, some embossing, and a punched layer, and a whole new card was created.  That is the great thing with a good card design.  You can change it to fit your needs.  Thank you to all of the talented Stampin' Up! demonstrators who share their ideas and help me come up great cards for my classes.

Both cards started with a card base of Blushing Bride cardstock, and an added layer of Twitterpated Designer Series Paper.  The center of the card was created by cutting Whisper White cardstock with the Labels Framelits Die.  The smaller Framelit was used for the stamped image, and the larger Framelit was sponged with Baja Breeze ink to help it stand out.   Blushing Bride 3/8" Pleated Satin Ribbon was used on the bunny card, and a punched piece of Baja Breeze cardstock was substituted on the birthday card.  The birthday card was also embossed before the Framelits were placed on, adding more texture and dimension.

The lady who created the second card is Stella.  She is new to my classes, and this was just her second time joining us.  It was fun helping her create the birthday card she needed, and she didn't mind using a retired stamp to do it.  She said it was just what she was looking for.

The following were used:
Cardstock:  Blushing Bride #119796, Whisper White #100730, Baja Breeze #111352
Designer Series Paper:  Twitterpated #125406
Stamp Sets:  Everybunny #122705 wood or #122707, Teeny Tiny Wishes #115370, and two retired sets
Ink:  Soft Suede #115657, Baja Breeze #111833     Markers:  Blushing Bride #119801 (In-Color Pack), Crumb Cake #121030
Accessories:  Big Shot #113439, Labels Framelits Die #125598, Finial Press Embossing Folder #115963, Stamping Sponges #101610
Punches:  Word Window #119857, Scallop Trim Border #118402
Ribbon:  Blushing Bride 3/8" Pleated Satin #125570 (Occasions Mini)

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