Saturday, August 20, 2011


Here is the second card in my "Size Matters" class. I finally got a chance to use my sewing stamp set, Tailor-Made. The point of this class, in addition to showing the versatility of an 8 1/2" x 11" piece of cardstock, was to use a different background stamp for each card.

We stamped with an image from Universal Backgrounds in Tulip ink on Baby Pink cardstock. Some Mayberry patterned paper was added in the back and we made a flower from it, also. The sewing machine was stamped in second generation Black; the sentiment and stitches in 1st generation Black.

The flower was made by cutting a 1" strip of patterned paper and folding it in half, lengthwise. Then, making small cuts every 1/8 th of an inch along the non-folded edge. Then roll up the paper and fluff the flower. We also added some Glitz once we had the flower secured to the card.

All supplies are Close To My Heart.
Patterned Paper: Mayberry
Stamps: Universal Backgrounds; Tailor-Made
Cardstock: Baby Pink; Colonial White; Black; Cocoa; Garden Green; Sky
Ink: Tulip; Black
Other: Glitz; Corner/Scallop Maker

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