Thursday, March 4, 2010

A Vintage Razzleberry Club Card

Yes, there was a LOT of cutting on this card… and YES, everyone really loved their cards when finished!

We stamped the background (two leaves per large flower, and two vines) with Garden Green Classic ink.  Two additional leaves were hand-cut and positioned with one half a stampin’ dimensional.  The petals on each of the hand-cut flowers were alternatively curled up and down by rolling gently with a paper piercing tool.  Each Rich Razzleberry flower was glued direct to paper, and the Regal Rose flowers were popped up with “Stampin’ Dimensionals” after the brushed silver brad was added to the center. 

A popped-up greeting was added from Teeny-Tiny Wishes Stamp Set, enabling each club member to personalize the card to their needs. 

The bow was tied separately from the ribbon stretching across the Whisper White Card Stock.. and then added to the front of the card with a Mini Glue Dot.  There is a trick to tying bows when your ribbon has a printed pattern on only one side… you must twist the center piece AS you tie it (right, Esther? :)

See you soon.. and psst.. this weekend I’ll be offering some very special BLOG CANDY, so stay tuned!

Stampin’ Up! Supplies

Stamps:  Vintage Vogue, Teeny Tiny Wishes

Card Stock:  Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, Regal Rose

Classic Ink:  Regal Rose, Rich Razzleberry, Garden Green

Accessories: 

  • Eyelet Border Punch
  • Rich Razzleberry Polka Dot Ribbon
  • Brushed Silver Brads
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals
  • Modern Label Punch
  • Sponge Daubers
  • Mini Glue Dots
  • Paper Piercing Tool
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3 comments:

Karen said...

This is so cute! It reminds me of all the cutting everyone did at my old crops! lol

lisa808 said...

So very pretty.

Susan said...

Sharon this is a very pretty card. Love those colors together.