Yesterday just really got away from me! I had four huge boxes arrive with orders, so many of you can expect your Last Chance List items to arrive shortly.
This is a very very cute project taken from a swap from convention. The swap is not mine, so I don't have a name to give credit (If someone does, please add a comment), but it's darn cute. Thanks so much for creating this!
See how to use your Big Shot to create many, many various shapes cards here:
Colours: Pink Pirouette, Whisper White
Other: Whisper White ribbon, Eyelet Border Punch, Small Oval Punch, Large Oval Punch, 1 inch circle punch, 3/4 inch circle punch, Metallic Brads, Large Scallop Circle Die, Big Shot
This beautiful card is strongly based on a swap given to me by the lovely Vanessa Webb at last year's Incentive Trip to Noosa Heads. I just loved it!
So I've redone it up here with current colours and a few tweaks:
I just love those large, vanilla pearls. So elegant and they are the absolute perfect thing for an antiqued project.
Although the layout is simple, this project features a couple of great techniques. One of which is the faux suede:
(My girls were competing today for cheerleading, so had to snag the first person to knock on my door. thanks Bron!)
I don't know why, but it's often on Monday that my computer throws a tantrum and won't play . . .
This time I'm sharing with you a little technique you can use with your stamp images to create a mirror or reflection effect. This is also a good way to flip your image if you want, for example, a bird facing another way or something like that.
Check out the video below and keep your eyes peeled for a little free offer within:
*The project origianlly designed by Michelle Zindorf
AND is my favourite colour combination – Baja Breeze and Kiwi Kiss! With Basic Grey added into the mix here.
Stamps: Fifth Avenue Floral set of five $53.95, On Your Birthday set of twelve $68.95
Colours:Baja Breeze, Kiwi Kiss, Basic Gray
Other: Word Window Punch, Kiwi Kiss/Vanilla Satin Ribbon, Eyelet Border Punch