I hope you're having a great week! I had two days out of the office while I was at class. Today, I'm back to the usual work routine and hopefully a little time playing with what I learned!
Today's card is a somewhat generic notecard. I fell in love with this designer paper as soon as I saw it and it coordinates beautifully with the Bliss stamps.
For this one I started with a half sheet of Bazzill: Petunia cardstock folded in half. Over that I layered together a three layer panel of Certainly Celery, Rose Red and Springtime Vintage DSP. Next, I stamped a small piece of Neenah Baronial Ivory with Certainly Celery and the filigree stamp from Bliss and used McGill tag punch to create a tag. "Bliss" was stamped along the bottom edge of the tag with Always Artichoke and I tied a few fibers and ric-rac through the hole at the top. The tag was adhered to the card with dimensionals. Finally, I stamped a Melon Mambo butterfly, hand trimmed it and added it to the tag with another dimensional and a few pink gems to finish it off.
Thanks for visiting today!
P: Bazzill: Petunia, Rose Red, Certainly Celery, Neenah Baronial Ivory, Springtime Vintage DSP
I: Always Artichoke, Melon Mambo
A: Adornments Fibers, ric-rac (May Arts), 1/8˝, foam dimensionals, McGill tag punch
Labels: Flowers, SU Sets