Saturday, October 13, 2012

Fragile - Miss You Card - Creative Paper Trade Challenge Week #2

I decided that since I had some extra time today in my Scraproom I would create a 4th card for this weeks Creative Paper Trade Challenge - I decided to use the free Digi also!

 Here is my Card!

Details:  Creative Paper Trade Free Digi, Stamps:  PTI (Background Basics: Sheet Music & Postmarks) & Paper Smooches (Metropolis), Patterned Paper:  Echo Park (Your's Truly 6x6), Ink:  PTI (True Black & Pure Poppy), Button:  PTI Pure Poppy, Twine:  American Crafts, EKSuccess Border Punch, Cardstock:  PTI (Rustic Cream).

  1. Stamp Rustic Cream cardstock with the Sheet Music Music Background stamp in black ink.
  2. Stamp the Fragile stamp in Black on white cardstock & the Miss You stamp in Red and trim cardstock. 
  3. Cut the pink patterned paper to fit the trimmed sentiments.  Using a border punch punch the top of the pink patterned paper. 
  4. pop dot the digi cut from the centre of the rustic cream card base. 
  5. pop dot the sentiment on an angle.
  6. stamp the airmail arrow in red ink and pop dot from the sentiment. 
  7. Tie the button around a bow made of pink seambinding.


Geri said...

Love your layers here, once again, Avril. Andrea's image looks so pretty with the music for a background...and everything else you have so lovingly placed on top looks so very pretty together! Pretty, pretty project! So glad you are enjoying our challenges and sharing your talent with us at the CPT!

Deanna said...

This is beautiful gf!

Dr. J said...

Gorgeous! I love the rich colours and the postcard background!

Lisa said...

You are on a roll Avril and I'm lovin every bit of it! Happy to see the free digi featured so beautifully and I like the little air mail arrow ~ sweet! Happy to see you enjoying The Creative Paper Trade!

Anonymous said...

Wow! I love this creation...makes me smile. I spot the free digi that you used and adore the way in which you incorporated it into your design. Thank you for sharing this with us at Creative Paper Trade!

Rosanne said...

this is beautiful!