Hi everyone. Today I have a beautiful card that is easy to create with a few nice techniques!
I have fallen in love with the new DD757 Card Creations Die Lace Borders! They are versatile and beautifully lacey. To make this card I simply cut my CD602 premium ivory cardstock, (if you have not tried this, seriously consider it; the colour and texture are beautiful!), to 8 1/2″ wide and 6 1/4″ tall. Die cut each end, (it might need a few passes), folded it in half to form a card and then folded the front back. I heat embossed the text stamp in gold and continued with the gold theme with paper from the story book collection. The paper bloom was sprayed with adhesive and then sprinkled in gold micro glitter, (I was glittering all evening lol!). The circle sentiment acts as a closure with the fold slipping behind it when closed. I photographed my card agains a beautiful woodgrain paper so you could see the detail of the die. The paper is also from the ‘Story Book collection – P2065 Library Card.
Kaisercraft Materials: DD757 Card Creations Die Lace Borders | CS257 Background Stamp Script | CS252 Clear Stamp | IP719 Ink Pad Black | PP993 Paper Pad Story Book Collection | CT852 Collectables Story Book | CD602 Premium Cardstock Ivory | F628 Paper Blooms Honey |EM995 Assorted Paper Leaves | PT227 Glitter Tape Gold.
Other: Gold Embossing Powder | Veramark Ink Pad | Micro Fine Gold Glitter.
Have a fun crafty week