Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Fancy Florals Aged Thanks, New Products and Sales

Here's a little something I cooked up with Fancy Florals...
I started by stamping the large flower in Chocolate Chip and then used my Stamp-a-Majig to line up and stamp the center flower. I then randomly stamped the flower center and a smaller flower on the Pearlized Cream paper and sponged the edges with Close to Cocoa ink and then Chocolate Chip ink. This layer is sewed to a Chocolate Chip mat which I distressed with my Tonic Paper Distresser. The sentiment panel is made the same way and punched out with a Marvy Super Jumbo Scallop Oval and I freehand cut a mat of Chocolate Chip for it. The ribbon is attached through two rectangle punches I made in the sides of the sentiment panel. The background paper is from the Flirt Collection by Memory Box. Every layer on the card is Cuttlebugged with the Textile embossing folder and then lightly sanded. To make the center flower and the Many in the sentiment stand out, I applied Judikins Diamond Glaze with a paintbrush. Be sure and scroll down to see this week's new products and sales!

Supplies
Stamps
: Fancy Florals (Verve Visual)
Paper: Pearlized Cream (Paper Accents), Flirt (Memory Box), Chocolate Chip (Stampin' Up!)
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa (Stampin' Up!)
Accessories: Sewing Machine, Tonic Paper Distresser, Judikins Diamond Glaze, Marvy Super Jumbo Scallop Oval Punch, Chocolate Grosgrain, Cuttlebug Textile Embossing Folder, Sanding Block

New Products:

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  • Making Memories Halloween 6 x 6 Paper
  • DCWV Rockstar & Luxury Paper Stacks
  • 23 new May Arts ribbons
  • Bind-it-All Coils
  • Maya Road Chipboard and Sheer Embellishments
  • Heidi Swapp Jewels
  • Stardust Stickles
  • Tonic Paper Distresser

What's on Sale this week?

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  • All Embellishments
  • DCWV Paper
  • Stardust Stickles
  • Stardust Pen Set (6 packs)
  • Basic Grey - Mellow, Obscure, Periphery and Recess 6 x 6 Pads
  • Pearlized White Lightweight paper

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