Friday, September 14, 2012

Finally Mix 'N Mugs

I've had this Flourishes set for a while and decided when I finally got my new Spellbinders dies to use it.  Here is what I did:

  1. Stamped the image from Mix 'n Mugs with Brilliance Galaxy Gold ink on white cardstock twice.
  2. Painted first image with twinks, cut out, and embossed from the back.
  3. Painted the daisies and blue flowers on the second image, cut out, embossed from the back, mounted on the first image with glue dots and Glossy Accents.
  4. Created embossed die cut with Spellbinders A2 Polka Dots next to largest die and white cardstock. Hint - I just use a stylus to emboss it from the back.  For me it's quicker than putting it though the machine.
  5. Mounted flowers to it and stamped Just for You with Memento Bamboo Leaves.
Background and Base:
  1. Stamped a piece of white cardstock with CAC Ticking inked with SU Barely Banana.
  2. Stamped over that with CAC Dots and Brilliance Moonlight White, added White EP,  and heat embossed.
  3. Created embossed die cut with Spellbinders A2 Polka Dots largest die.
  4. Used the die as a stencil to create the background from my stamped one and mounted.
  1. Mounted the image on background.
  2. Threaded blue ribbon as shown and tied bow.
  3. Mounted bow with Bow-Easy for bouquet.
  4. The pin was constructed with a 1" corsage pin and a 6mm glass pearl heart bead.
  5. The inside card measured 4.75"X7" before folding.
Inside and Envelope:
  1.  I used a dauber and Galaxy Gold to ink the center of the bouquet to add it to the inside and envy.  Painted with twinks.
  2. Added glitter glue to centers of flowers on envy, cardfront and inside.
That it for today.  Feels good to be back at least for a while!!!  Thanks for stopping by to look and share!



Conniecrafter said...

Gorgeous dimension of the flowers, such pretty framing of them, love the threading of the ribbon through the die

jimlynn said...

Shirley, this is lovely! The threaded ribbon woven through the die is beautiful! VERY pretty image too.

Anonymous said...

Wow, marvelous blog layout! How long have you ever been running a blog for? you make running a blog look easy. The whole look of your website is great, well the content material!

Ellen Taylor said...

Wow Shirley! A beautiful feminine card! Love those new Spellbinders and that fab color combo!

craftimamma said...

Wow Shirley, you have so much patience cutting out those tiny flowers but what a stunning effect. You make the prettiest cards and the dainty ribbon really enhances the delicate look.

Lesley Xx

Donna B. said...

Gorgeous Shirley! I love these dies and how you put the ribbon through it!

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh Shirley how BEAUTIFUL!!!

Shannon White said...

Wowie!! So Pretty Pretty! Miss Shirley! Love the Wonderful flowers and your Fabulous ribbon treatment! 8-)

Benzi said...

Beautiful, Shirley! I love that SB polka dot die. Your image is so sweet and you've created a most lovely card.

Cibele Glazer said...

Simply stunning! So glad to see your work again!!!

redwasher1 said...

WOW!! Shriley, this is just beautiful!! WOW!

G Peplow said...

Hi Shirley, What a little beauty, soo pretty, all the attention to detail is just great!!! Sorry I got you mad LOL LOL Have a wonderful week,:0) Gay x

April said...

This is so elegant and beautiful! Great job!

Cat Tidwell said...

OH how awesome! LOVE those dies you have used too!

Donna Ellis said...

Hi, Shirley! How I have missed you! (((hugs))). I just spent some time visiting your blog to see what you've been up to the past month or two. WOW. Your artwork reminds me of feminine purity - graciousness and beauty. Always so pretty and sweet, but elegant. I especially like the way you've "popped" the daisies dimensionally. The matching envy is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing so deeply and concisely to inspire and educate the rest of us!

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Oh my...another spellbinder rectangle die I have been eye balling. Your card is soooo pretty. And, you managed to cut all around the bouquet of flowers and add all the glossies and thread the ribbon..stunning!

Cheryl First said...

Wow! This is amazing! Those Spellbinder dies with the threaded ribbon are fantastic, and that bouquet works beautifully with it
Cheryl First
aka Cafexpressions

Julie Koerber said...

Sooooo darling Shirley! Love this card... just love it - so sweet and feminine!

Shirley said...

Wow! The whole card has such a lacy effect with the punches/dies. Great job on making a card with such a delicate feel, yet a big impact.

This was posted by Coleen Detrich and I accidentally deleted it. :-[ Thank you Colleen for your great compliments.

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