Monday, July 23, 2012

Lettuce Celebrate!

I haven't used my Beatrix Potter / The Tale of Peter Rabbit stamp set from Crafter's Companion in quite awhile, so I pulled this cute stamp & sentiment to make a fun little card. 

The "cabbage" looks a lot better IRL, but whatever the result, I had so much fun making it! The leaves were cut from a shiny Core'dinations cardstock with an oval Spellbinders die, then embossed with the "lace" Fiskars texture plate in my BigShot. I sanded & distressed them with my new favorite tool, Ingvild Bolme's Comfort-Craft Tools Distressing Tool from Prima.

I colored the image with Copics, and added Polar White FlowerSoft to the tail and Glossy Accents to the watering can. I really like how the Recollections gemstones align so well to the Spellbinders diecut.

The sentiment piece was stamped with brown Memento ink, then cut out with the banner die from a•muse studio's Cupcake Toppers set and sprayed it with Meadow Green Tattered Angels glimmer mist.The background papers are shiny papers from Recollections (Michaels), and it's all topped off with that gorgeous brown "silk crush" May Arts ribbon.

Crafters Companion USA: Anything goes w/ Crafter's Companion stamp
Fetch-a-Sketch Challenge 28: Sketch (Oops, I missed the deadline!)
Stamptacular Sunday Challenge #173: To DIE For!

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  1. Beautifully done- love all of the scallops together to create the Bg and love the bling you added- so pretty!

  2. Oh....get outta here!!! I thought that paper was really lettuce when I first saw it!

    I love, love, love your card!! Thanks for taking our challenge at the Crafter's Companion Challenge blog!!

  3. This turned out fabulous! Thank you for joining us for the Crafter's Companion challenge.

  4. How cute is this??! I love it! Thanks for entering the challenge on the crafter's companion usa challenge blog this month!!

  5. love the different dies on this card...beautiful card. Thanks for playing at Stamptacular Sunday.

  6. Pretty pretty. The colors are gorgeous. Thanks for playing along at Crafter's Companion Challenge Blog.


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