Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Dream

Hello my friends! Can you believe it is already June?! Amazing! Pretty soon we will start watching Christmas stuff on TV, well my daughter started her list already, and now that she can write and read, her list is getting long and longer.

I just want to share something a little bit personal, I've been feeling under the weather. Why? I miss my family very much, I have 1 sister who lives in the States and then my whole family is in Peru. I haven't been able to go there in almost 6 years and although I talk to them often, it is not the same :( I hope soon I can say I am going to PERU!! and have the best time of my life, but for now, I will be here sharing with you my projects and my happiness with paper crafts.

I want to show you a card that I made for the Gina K. June Release on StampTV. The saying says a lot, pretty much how I feel today.

Dream card.

Directions:
  • Make card from Cranberry Tart CS.
  • Mat Ivory CS and Patterned Paper, add stitches and adhere it to card.
  • Stamp image from the new Elegant Elements Set in Pearl Poppy Ink. Die-cut and emboss image with Square Nestabilities. Add pearl in the center.
  • Die-cut a couple of tags from Fancy Tags Dies in Ivory CS. Cut them out and position them behind image. Adhere it to card with Foam tape.
  • Stamp sentiment, die-cut and emboss it with Fancy Tags Dies. Adhere it to card with foam tape. Add pearls in each corner.
Card Recipe:
  • Cardstock: Cranberry Tart, Ivory (Gina K. Designs)
  • Paper: For the record (Echo Park Paper)
  • Stamps: Elegant Elements (Gina K. Designs)
  • Ink: Pearl Poppy Ink. (Tsukineko)
  • Embellishments: Pearls.
  • Accessories: Square Nestabilities, Fancy Tags (Spellbinders), Foam tape, Sewing machine, Scor-tape.
All products in bold can be found at Gina K. Designs Store.

Have an awesome day!

PS: Check out this post, this made me very happy today :)

3 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card -- the red and white combo is stunning!

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  2. That is so stunning! I used to think I wouldn't need square or rectangular nestabilities but I'm starting to change my mind!!

    And WOW that card on Simon's page is just breathtaking!

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