Hope you are chilling out this weekend, I know we are. We still have some lying snow around. It is thawing but very slowly. I do hope this is the last snow of the winter!!
Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my last post, I do appreciate the time you take to visit and comment. The card I have made for you today was mainly made using stamps which were given free over the last months with craft magazines, so a cheap card to make lol!!
Make a base card approx. five & three quarter inches square from white linen card. Stamp the corner stamp in the top right and bottom left corners using the Dusty concord distress ink.
Die-cut one large and one smaller label from white card, using the Spellbinder's die set 'Label Four'. Colour the edges of the large label with Dusty concord ink and fix this to the base card. Colour the edges of the smaller label with Tumbled glass ink.
Stamp the bird on a branch in the centre of the smaller label, using a black ink pad. Glue this label to the larger one with silicone glue, to add some dimension to the card.
Stamp the bird again onto a spare piece of white card and cut out the bird's wing and the flowers and 3D them onto the original image, using silicone glue.
Glue a lilac gem to the centre top and bottom of the smaller label. Next stamp 'Thank You' in the bottom left using a black ink pad.
Stamp three plain flowers onto white card with the Dusty concord ink and cut out. Take a piece of white card and colour it with the Tumbled glass ink, then stamp the patterned flower onto it, using the Dusty concord. Cut these flowers out and glue to the top left of the base card, adding a lilac gem to each flower centre.
Below is a side view of the card showing the 3D effect. I do hope you like it. Thanks so much for visiting my blog. I do try to visit your blogs too as I love to see your creations, we all have different styles. It always amazes me when 3 or 4 people are given the same products to work with, they all come up with something different lol!
Love and rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx.