I love the Fly Away stamp set. Not only is it super cute and makes fun cards, but it was $5! So much happiness for such a small amount.
The first card I CASEd from Pine (PTI gallery) for a masculine congrats, the second I threw together as a baby boy card.
For the bottom panel I stamped the grid from Guidelines in versamark, then stamped the reversed image from one of the tile stamps (to get a solid square) in red, and then overlapping with cream.
For the bottom panel in this one, I saw someone use a scallop punch to get the illusion of clouds, so I used a stamp I had to create a similar image. I was a little conflicted about using such a bright colour for a newborn, but decided the ribbon and cloud softened it enough.
And this is the matching envelope.
Supplies: stamps - Fly Away, Guidelines I, Background Basics: Retro, Fillable Frames #1 (all PTI), Nursery Necessities (SU!); paper - Pure Poppy, Kraft, Cream (all PTI), ink - Real Red (SU!), Tuxedo Black (Memento), Cream (PTI), other - Pure Poppy copics trio (PTI), Pure Poppy saddle stitch ribbon (PTI), cream satin ribbon (PTI), Vintage Cream felt (PTI), cloud die (PTI), Smashing Pumpkins music playing in the background.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
The Aeroplane Flies High
Posted by DF at 19:06
Labels: cloud die, copics, Fillable frames, Fly Away, kraft, make your own PP, masculine
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Gorgeous cards! Love the patchwork effect you created on the first one in particular!ReplyDelete
LOVE LOVE LOVE that card and the block work is AMAZING~ReplyDelete