June 7, 2011

Make It Monday #18

Hi!

Its time for another Make It Monday at Papertrey Ink. This week is a technique with tissue paper and is very easy to do!



For my card i started with a piece of gray card stock that i glued a brown/gray tissue paper to. Then i cut the watering can and garden tools with the garden variety die. With brown ink i stamped the watering can and tools images to the die cuts.



Then i stamped a flower from the Year of Flowers Collections in a black ink and glued blue tissue paper over the flower. This toned down the stark black ink a bit. Then i added a touch of frosted blue glitter glue to the middle of each flower. When all was dried, i cut it out and adhered it to the watering can.



For the rest of the card i used a spellbinder label die and used some flower tape from Martha Stewart. Wrapped the label with twine and adhered it the cardbase. I used a small tag punch from Martha steward and stamped Grown with Love and tied it to my twine bow.

The watering can and flower i added to the front with pop up dots and adhered the garden tools next to the watering can.

Thanks for stopping by!!

Dana

Supplies:
Stamps: Papertrey Ink, Garden Variety, Year of Flowers Collection
Dies: Papertrey Ink, Garden Variety. Spellbinders, Label
Punch: Martha Stewart
Pattern paper: Martha Stewart
Tape: Martha Stewart
Ink: Memento, black. Studio G, brown
Glitter Glue: Stickles, Frosted Blue
Twine:http://www.etsy.com/shop/swanandshears

6 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful!!! I love the strip of flowers in the background!! Very striking!!!

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  2. Love this adorable card! Such great details, and the flower theme is so lovely. ;-)

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  3. This is darling...I just love everything about it!!!

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  4. What a beautiful card! I love that you made the tools and watering can dark, its a great look with the flowers. Congrats on the tweet!

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  5. What a pretty card! I love how you mixed and matched your PTI stamp sets. TFS!

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  6. What a great card. Love all the dimension and your "popped up" watering can. Very creative.

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