Sunday, July 29, 2012

Large Delicate Dollies Card

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My card share today is one that I created after receiving my second new catalog product delivery.  At one point I had all the new product out on my studio counter and I just began punching and stamping from all ther new product I had received and here is what I came up with............
I started out by grabbing up my International Bazaar DSP.......I love love love this DSP collection - the colors are SO RICH and BEAUTIFUL.  I will be using lots of this DSP this year!  I added a panel of that DSP to the bottom half of my Crumb Cake card.  I ran a piece of Whisper White through my Big Shot using the "Fancy Fan" embossing folder and adhered that to the top portion of my card.
My focal image was going to be the new "Large Delicate Dollies" die.  I will tell you something - there is a MAJOR TYPO in our new catalog on Page 191.....The sizes the new "Delicate Dollies" Sizzlits L dies cuts IS.....2-1/2, 1-3/4 and 1-3/8.  MAJOR DIFFERENCE from what is printed in the catalog.  SO....if you looked at those dies and thought...how cute....but how small.  NOT!  I used the largest dollie on my card and you can see it fits nicely on my card.
I also used the new "Papillon Potpourri" to stamp my largest butterfly and punched her out with the new Butterfly punch (the fit is PERFECT).  I used my "Beautiful Wings" embosslits die to cut out the two little butterflies that are within my Large Delicate Dollies die cut.
My sentiment is from the "Itty Bitty Banners" stamp set and I used Pacific Point ink and die it out with the new "Framelits Bitty Banner" die.  I mounted that banner onto a Pacific Point Large Oval Punched piece.
I also added a 1/2" piece of Chocolate Chip cardstock across the center of my card (to hide the seam of the DSP and embossed Whisper White piece) and used some White Bakers Twine to create a pretty little bow to the left hand side of my card.  I called this card DONE and it all came together in no time flat!
 
Thanks for joining me today - I'll be back tomorrow to share an Everything Eleanor card with you - Hope you can join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream!

1 comments:

Mary Fish said...

such pretty use of texture and color. i'm really drawn to how you layered the sentiment over the oval. very striking. hugs,