Monday, July 14, 2014

What I Made and What I Meant To Make?


The card on the left was completed first. However, the card on the right was the card that I used all of the leftover things that "didn't work" for the first card. I'm not sure which is what I meant to make, but I'm glad I ended up with two!

My card began with those rectangular pieces of heart print from Lullaby Designer Series Paper. They were already cut and sitting on my desk. Tangerine Tango are both card bases. I got out a Tea Lace Doily and pearls, the Calypso Coral Seam Binding Ribbon and the Full Heart Punch. I also knew I was going to use "Make A Wish" from the Perfect Pennants stamp set. For the card on the left, I ended up using the heart punch from the Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack and leaving the doily out. The first banner I die cut around the sentiment seemed too small.


I incorporated my leftover banner with the same greeting, added the half doily and used Blushing Bride Cotton Ribbon and the star Crisp Cantaloupe Sequins from the In Color Sequins Assortment. Those pearls showed up in the tiny size, too.

I'm not sure which card I like better, but I do love the Crisp Cantaloupe, Calypso Coral and Tangerine Tango together! I hope you enjoyed looking and I thank you for your comments!

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Calypso Coral and Crisp Cantaloupe Card Supplies:
Card Stock: Calypso Coral, Crisp Cantaloupe, Tangerine Tango, Whisper White
Designer Series Paper: Lullaby
Stamps: Perfect Pennants
Ink: Crisp Cantaloupe
Big Shot: Banners Framelits
Punches: Itty Bitty Shapes (Heart), 1/2" Circle, Banner
Embellishments: Blushing Bride Cotton Ribbon, In Color Assortment Sequins, Tea Lace Doily, Calypso Coral Seam Binding Ribbon, Basic Pearls

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3 comments:

nelda machovsky said...

I love them both, but like the 2nd one better with the doily. Great job..

nelda machovsky said...

Love them both..

rosalie said...

Both of the cards I love and they turned out great....you just never know until you experiment! Good job!!