I'm back with another project using the new Stampin' Up! In Colors! Today I chose to work with Rich Razzleberry...a beautiful color (and I'm not usually not drawn to purples)! I think that this color holds the potential of making some unique and wonderful color combos!
Another quick card from me...not sure what's up, but that seems to be what appeals to me lately! Anyway, I started with a Rich Razzleberry 4" square card base. The background (can you believe that there is NO patterned paper on my card! GASP!) was made by lining up the piece of Natural c.s. on my grid paper and drawing lines using my Rich Razzleberry marker every 1/4". I then lightly stamped the small flower in a random pattern on top of my "homemade lined" paper. (What I mean by "lightly" is that I first stamped the flower on scratch paper and then stamped on my c.s. without re-inking). I then stamped the large floral image (all stamps are from the new Razzle Dazzle set) using Rich Razzleberry ink. It's hard to see, but I added some Dazzling Diamonds glitter to it as well. Then...a little paper distressing, some embellishments, and stitching and my card is finished! :-) Oh, I forgot...I added some "spritzes" using the Color Spritzer Tool and my Rich Razzleberry marker! That thing is a lot of fun...I can see where it would be easy for me to get carried away! LOL!
Well, that's all from me today. I hope you are enjoying your week so far! ~Laurie
Recipe Stamps: Razzle Dazzle (Stampin' Up!) Paper: Naturals Ivory, Rich Razzleberry Ink: Rich Razzleberry Other: Modern Label punch, Vanilla taffeta ribbon, Antique brads, Sewing Machine, Dazzling Diamonds glitter