Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Birthday card for my Mum


Hi blogging friendsSmiley from Millan.Net

Thanks for your 'Get Well' wishes from my last post - I really appreciated them and they certainly cheered me up no end!
 
Today I am sharing a card I made for my Mum's birthday.  This is also my entry for the following challenges:  

Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper - September Challenge - where the challenge is to encourage you to use up your stash of patterned paper.  The challenge is also open worldwide which is really cool!

Splitcoaststampers - Ways to Use it WT533 - Favourite Tools - mine are my Big Shot, Dies, Perfect Layers Tools, Lace Doily edge punch and embossing folders.


This was one of those times where everything for my card came together very quickly and easily: just love it when that happens :-)

Every layer on the card is patterned paper - no cardstock other than once I had finished the card front, I attached it to a white cardstock base - and all the papers are by Basic Grey - Kissing Booth - which I bought back in 2011.  The image is a 3D sticker by K and Co. which I have had for quite a few years and had completely forgotten about it till I was rummaging around in my stash looking for something floral.  I diecut a circle from cream designer paper and ran it through my Big Shot using my Jamara embossing folder then popped the sticker on the paper but added a bit of Tombow Mono Multi glue to the back of the sticker to make sure that it would stick really well to the embossed paper.

The pale pink paper on the bottom panel was also embossed with the Jamara folder and the dark pink paper was punched using a Martha Stewart Lace Doily edge punch.

The pale pink seam binding was attached in 2 separate elements and the bow itself was made using my Bow Easy.  I added Fray Stop to the cut ends to stop them from fraying.

The sentiment is from a clear set by Impression Obsession - Sentiments 1 - and was stamped using Versafine Onyx Black ink onto some of the pink designer paper.  I diecut the sentiment using a Spellbinder Labels Trio die and added some Couture Creations pink gemstones to each end.

All the layers were trimmed to 1/8" using my Perfect Layers Tools

The K and Co. sticker came with tiny pink gemstones already added to the flowers plus both the butterfly and flowers were already glittered (not that you can see the glitter in my photo but it is there!).  Here is a close-up so you can see the dimension on the image:


Thanks for visiting my blog today.

Jocelyn


Card Recipe:

Stamps:  Impression Obsession Sentiments 1 WP16 clear set

Ink:  Versafine Onyx Black

Designer Paper:  Basic Grey Kissing Booth (2011) 12" x 12"

Dies:  Spellbinder Labels Trio Shapeabilities S3-147, Lifestyle Nesting Circles L-CC-001, Lifestyle Nesting Scallop Circles L-CC-005

Accessories:  Pale pink seam binding, Fray Stop, Bow Easy, Cuttlebug Jamara 5" x 7" embossing folder, Big Shot, Couture Creations self-adhesive pink gemstones, K and Co. Tim Coffey Foliage Grand Adhesions dimensional stickers, Perfect Layers Tools, dimensionals, doublesided tape, Tombow Mono Multi glue, white card base

Punches:  Martha Stewart Lace Doily Edge

4 comments:

Jackie said...

Oh wow, what a gorgeous card Jocelyn :o)
Jackie xx

Elaine said...

Hi there Jocelyn hope you are feeling better. Gorgeous card live the flowers xx

cotnob said...

A beautiful card Jocelyn, such a beautiful decoupage image and pretty papers.
Pauline
x

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

ah dear Jobear.. what a wonderful card and your darling mum must have been delighted!
.... well done on all the DP layers, they are great embossed too .. gorgeous overall effect.

Take care dear friend.. pray that horrid pain goes away for good soon. :D
Thanks so much for sharing
Shaz in Oz.x

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