Monday, January 26, 2015

Timber!



Love, love the "Wood You Be Mine" stamp set in our Occasions Catalog!  It is just too cute!  It features an awesome skinny legged lumberjack - ( have a cute project to share with him later this week).   Today's card focuses on one of the word stamps in the set. 

Here's how my card went together - 

I started with a base of Very Vanilla cardstock - cut 4 1/4 x 11 and scored it at 5 1/2. 

The next layer uses paper from the Typeset designer paper and is cut 4 x 5 1/4.  

The crumb cake cardstock layer is next - it was embossed with the Large Polka Dot embossing folder.  The heart shape was punched using the Sweetheart punch. I popped this layer up with dimensionals and angled its placement.  

I stamped the Timber! word image on Very Vanilla cardstock - just a scrap will work - and cut this out with a framelit from Apothecary Accents framelits.    I positioned the framelit about half way down on the stamped image - I just wanted the lower part of this shape for my card. 

To finish up the card, I punched three pieces of different papers (real red cardstock, basic black cardstock and typeset dsp) and attached them at the bottom of the Timber! image.  I also added a "twirl" of linen thread.  This entire piece was also popped up with some dimensionals. 

I love this card - and think it will be a fun card to send!  

Did you get lots of snow last night?  We did - and with the combination of blowing and snow - it's another day off school for everyone around here! I love snow days - I always feel like it's a day to catch up on things - which I sure need right now!  So here's to a day of  "catching up!"   

Below are the supplies used on my card.  You can purchase these through my online store by clicking on any of the images.  And remember during Saleabration, when you purchase $50 in product you get a free Saleabration product!  See The Saleabration Catalog HERE

 (if you don't have a demonstrator and would like a copy of the Occasions Catalog, or Saleabration catalog, please send me a quick email and I will be happy to send you one.  It would be my pleasure to serve you and your stampin' needs!) 







 

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