CASEing the Sale-a-bration catalogue again this week:
I've chosen the card on the far right of Page 5:
I started with a base card of Granny Apple Green and cut the largest Stitched Rectangles Die out of the same colour. I trimmed a piece of In Good Taste DSP to the same width as the diecut shape.Using the Eden Dies I've diecut the border at each end and attached the DSP panel to the diecut rectangle.
Using another strip of In Good Taste DSP and Mossy Meadow ink, I've added the greeting from Friendly Hello which is one of the Sale-a-bration offers you can earn. To lengthen the rectangle to fit my card base better, I've chopped the panel in half and reattached it slightly apart to the greeting strip. To strenghten it, I've wrapped the DSP around the whole panel and then added this to the base card.
I've stamped the Daffodil Daydream image in Mossy Meadow ink onto Basic White card and coloured with Stampin' Blends. I've diecut this with the Daffodil Dies and wrapped Linen Thread around the stems and tied off with a bow. This was added to the card using Stampin' Dimensionals.
Daffodils are such cheery flowers aren't they? This was my first time playing with this bundle but it won't be the last.
The crew would love to see you play along with us this week. Make your card and share to our Facebook page using the link over on the right. Be sure to post it before next Sunday evening.
I like the way the sentiment looks on the strip of DSP, I often forget to stamp on DSP like that. The use of the Eden's Garden framelit is cute too on the top and bottom of the "fence".ReplyDelete
What an interesting border you created with the dies. The daffodils look great against the timber panel background.ReplyDelete