Wednesday, February 6, 2013

World Treasures Card

This is another card that will be made at my Fun & Cute Stamp Camp this Thursday.  I've been wanting this stamp set ever since it came out, and I finally got it a little while ago.  It's called World Treasures (p. 98).  I also used the designer paper that coordinates with this stamp set called International Bazaar DSP (p. 164).  I LOVE  the colors in this paper.  They're gorgeous together!  I also used another stamp set I got recently called A Word For You (p. 141).
 
This card is super quick and easy to make!  I stamped the border stamp from the World Treasures set across the bottom of a piece of Pacific Point card stock (CS) with Pacific Point ink.  I then attached a strip of the International Bazaar DSP onto a piece of Chocolate Chip CS, and attached it above the stamped border on the Pacific Point piece.  I then attached the whole piece onto another piece of Chocolate Chip CS, and attached it to the center of the Rich Razzleberry card front.
 
I then inked up the flower stamp from the World Treasures set with Lucky Limeade, Tangerine Tango, Rich Razzleberry, and Pacific Point markers, and stamped it onto a piece of Whisper White CS.  I then die-cut it with the second smallest die from the Ovals Collection Framelits dies in the Spring Catalog (p. 4).  I attached it to the right side of the card with four Stampin' Dimensionals (p. 177).  I then stamped the greeting from the A Word For You set in between the edge of the Pacific Point CS and the flower oval in Chocolate Chip ink.  The last step was putting a medium-sized rhinestone from the Basic Rhinestone Jewels Pack (p. 175) onto the center of each flower.
 

Stamps:  World Treasures and A Word For You

Ink:  Pacific Point and Chocolate Chip Classic ink pads; Lucky Limeade, Tangerine Tango, Rich Razzleberry, and Pacific Point Stampin' Write markers

Paper:  Rich Razzleberry, Chocolate Chip, Pacific Point, and Whisper White CS; International Bazaar DSP

Accessories:  Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine, Ovals Collection Framelits dies, Basic Rhinestone Jewels, and Stampin' Dimensionals

 

 

 

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