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Hot Pink & Damask

Handmade Miss You Card

Featuring damask designs in hot pink

Hi all,

I was super busy the last week with tasks that have kept me away from my studio, computer, and in fact, out of state. I have returned to the state and thus my studio and now my computer! I have a fun card to share with you today. I adore all things damask, and I was noticing that I had not created a card that featured my favourite design element for awhile. I was also feeling the need to use a bright colour and that I wanted to use a more non-traditional colour on my traditional  motif. Thus the hot pink Miss You card was born.

Created by Jennifer Miner. Featuring Picked Raspberry Distress Ink and damask stamp from Heidi Swapp
Created by Jennifer Miner. Featuring Picked Raspberry Distress Ink and damask stamp from Heidi Swapp

I started by stamping the damask images on a piece of white cardstock using Picked Raspberry Distress Ink. Something about hot pink damask just makes my day!

By Jennifer Miner
By Jennifer Miner

I then stamped the Linen Background Stamp from Stampin’ Up using Worn Lipstick Distress Ink. Over that, I stamped the French Script Background stamp, also from Stampin’ Up.  This time, I used the Picked Raspberry. I then broke out my handy-dandy ink blending tools and applied both Worn Lipstick and then Picked Raspberry to my white panel.

Miss You Card created by Jennifer Miner
Miss You Card created by Jennifer Miner

At this stage, I created my sentiment. I used my Epic 6 and Spellbinders Label 3 Nested Dies to cut out a very small square. I stamped the sentiment from Mega Mixed Messages by Papertrey Ink in Picked Raspberry and then heat embossed with Irridescent Ice Embossing Powder. I also cut the next larger square, this I directly applied Worn Lipstick and Picked Raspberry to. I adhered my fancy squares together.

Inspired by wallpaper
Inspired by wallpaper

I then mounted my damask panel to a piece of black cardstock and then added a little belly band of the same paper. I added the velvet ribbon and adhered my sentiment. Again, I stepped back from my Miss You Card and felt like it needed more.

Damask Stamp by Heidi Swapp
Damask Stamp by Heidi Swapp

I added the jumbo Lush brad and also used some adhesive nail heads on the sentiment. All of this and yet, it was still too plain. Enter Stickles, I used Crystal and Glam Pink as accents on my damask and finally the glitter beast was calm. I am looking forward to getting this baby out in the mail!

Handmade card featuring Picked Raspberry Distress Ink & Stampin' Up & Heidi Swapp Images
Handmade card featuring Picked Raspberry Distress Ink & Stampin’ Up & Heidi Swapp Images

Materials

Stamps: Damask – Heidi Swapp, French Script & Linen – Stampin’ Up

Ink: Picked Raspberry & Worn Lipstick Distress Ink – Ranger

Paper: Neenah Solar White & Black – Recollections

Other: Adhesive Nailheads – Mark Richards, Lush Brad – My Minds Eye, Crystal & Glam Pink Sickles – Ranger, Pink Velvet Ribbon – American Crafts

Cheers!

Black, White & Damask Card

Hiya!

Welcome to the blog today. As you probably know, I love damask, it is my motif of choice. I had been thinking about how to use my Silhouette to create a striped background that automatically had my spacing done. (I’ll get to that a little later) It worked out great. I also used my old QuicKutz damask dies to add the metallic damask over my stripes. I think that it has a little Louis Vuitton feel  to this Black, White & Damask card.

Black, White & Damask by Jennifer Miner
Black, White & Damask by Jennifer Miner

To start, I created a new document in my Silhouette Software and drew a 5.25″x7.25″ rectangle.

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Then I created a thin .25″x7″ rectangle. This will be the stripes and spacing dimensions.

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I then used the Replicate feature to make 21 thin rectangles. When you use the replicate option it places the shape right next to the shape you are copying.  I then used the Fill feature to fill every other rectangle in with black and then I deleted the empty rectangles.

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I Grouped my black rectangles and centered them in the middle of my larger rectangle. Then I cut it out of black cardstock.  I glued down my single piece and the trimmed off the excess where the strips were stuck together. Since my striped piece is slightly larger then the white piece of paper I could cut off the horizontal pieces. Believe it or not this is way easier for me then trying to glue tiny strips down in perfect alignment.

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Next, I used the Damask die to cut out two copies of the damask shapes. I also die cut two copies in white cardstock. I glued the gold and white versions together and then adhered it all to my card. All of this went onto a gold base and then to my card base. Voila!

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I think that I sometimes get stuck in thinking about things in a linear way and this card helped me think about a different way to get a result. I hope that you have a beautiful day! I have been in a black and white stripe mode as I have another project for later this week that also features the black and white stripes!

Materials

Paper: Neenah Solar White, Black – Recollections & Gold Curious Metallic

Dies: Damask – QuicKutz

 

Emboss Resist Congratulations Card

Hiya!

I hope that you are having a wonderful day. I cannot believe that it is already the weekend! I have been super busy with lots of non-card projects this week. I do not know where the time goes. On to my card for today. We just heard that a member of our family just got engaged! We are so very excited and happy that these two people found each other. It is great news. So, to commemorate this exciting event, I decided to create a card! I use this week’s Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: Try to Resist as my jumping off point for this Emboss Resist Congratulations Card.

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I started by creating the background. The damask image is from the Distress Damask stamp set by Stampers Anonymous. I used Apricot Appeal Craft Ink from Stampin’ Up and heat embossing that with clear embossing powder. I then went to work adding color. I started by applying Distress Ink directly to the paper in Scattered Straw, Ripe Persimmon, Barn Door, Gathered Twigs and Walnut Stain. Once I had the colors as I wanted them I sprayed my background with Oriental Poppy and Gold Glimmer Mist from Tattered Angels.

By Jennifer Miner
By Jennifer Miner

I don’t have a good place to spray in my studio so I just hop out the front door and spray on the front porch. I am sure that the neighbors wonder what is wrong with me but that’s fine with me.

Heat Emboss Resist with Distress Ink & Glimmer Mist
Heat Emboss Resist with Distress Ink & Glimmer Mist

I used the large image from the Stampers Anonymous’ set Papillion on the left-side using Walnut Stain. Next, I added the dots and splats from the Gorgeous Grunge set from Stampin’ Up. These were inked in Ground Espresso, Barn Red and a touch of Ripe Persimmon.

Side View
Side View

I then added a little Gathered Twigs and Ground Espresso on the edges.

By Jennifer Miner
By Jennifer Miner

Next I created the red sunflower. I used my McGill Paper Blossom punches to create the flower. I punched 12 large lily petals and 12 medium lily petals out of dark red cardstock and then distressed them with a little Gathered Twigs Distress Ink. I used the McGill tools to soften and shape the petals. I adhered my petals using my high temp hot glue gun to a Highland Snowflake shape punched out of brown cardstock. I then punched six sun shapes out of brown cardstock and cupped those with the McGill Stylus and then glued them together. Lastly, I punched out four Birch Leaves  and inked them with Peeled Paint Distress Ink. Then I used the McGill tools to soften, shape and add veining.

Handmade Sunflower
Handmade Sunflower

Once my flower was assembled I spayed my it with a little Scarlet Glimmer Mist and added Vintage Photo Distress Stickles to the center.

Jennifer Miner
Jennifer Miner

I then cut out the label shape using my Epic 6 and the Spellbinder Label 4 die set. I stamped the sentiment from My Sentiments Exactly in Walnut Stain and embossed using Chestnut Zing! Powder. I added the small damask in Barn Red and then distressed the edges in Antique Linen and Tea Dye and just a hint of Ripe Persimmon.

Sometimes I have leftovers when I make a card. I keep these pieces in a box in my studio. I was looking for tiny butterflies and actually found a pair that were already inked.  I added a little Rock Candy Distress Stickles and added them to the sentiment label.

Congratulations Card
Congratulations Card

I then mounted my background to a piece of brown and then red cardstock. I added the trio of ribbons. The sheer and grosgrain were salvaged and the orange twine came from Funkie Frinjz. I added the Lush Brads to my label and added it to my card with pop dots. I glued my flower down and I thought that was it. I just couldn’t shake the idea that this card wasn’t finished, so I decided to add some inner stamping.

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I used the same images and colors to create an inner panel.

Created by Jennifer Miner
Created by Jennifer Miner

I really like this little card. I should mention that it is an 5″x6″. Thank you for stopping by today and I hope that you enjoyed your time here.

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You can see the inner stamping just peeking out a little.

Materials

Stamps: Papillon & Distress Damask – Stamper Anonymous & Gorgeous Grunge – Stampin’ Up, Congratulations – My Sentiments Exactly

Ink: Apricot Appeal Dye & Craft – Stampin’ Up, Walnut Stain, Gathered twigs, Barn Door, Ground Espresso, Scattered Straw, Ripe Persimmon, Peeled Paint, Antique Linen, Tea Dye, & Vintage Photo Distress Ink – Ranger

Paper: Neenah Solar White 80lb & 110lb, Brown – Bazzill, Dark re – Unknown, Very Vanilla – Stampin’ Up

Dies & Punches: Labels 4 – Spellbinders, Star Lily, Sun, Highland Snowflake & Birch Leaf -McGill Paper Blossom Punches

Other: Oriental Poppy, Gold & Scarlet Glimmer Mist – Tattered Angels, Vintage Photo & Rock Candy Distress Stickles – Ranger, Clear Embossing Powder – Stampin’ Up, Chestnut Zing! Embossing Powder – American Crafts, Lush Brads – My Mind’s Eye, Orange Twine – Funkie Frinjz

 

 

Dark Damask Card

Hiya!

Wahoo it is Friday and today I am sharing a card that I have been holding onto for awhile. I didn’t really do it on purpose it was just one that sat in my studio, unfinished for awhile. Well,  no more here is it in all it’s glory; dark Damask.  I think that it is no secret that I adore damask in my card making and really in all things. I might actually use in every card if I wasn’t worried that you all might get bored with it. Dark Damask-1

Two of my favorite pieces of this card are; the iridescent violet embossing powder and the top garden rose which I watercolored. It just has a neat matte look to it and I really like the two different colors.

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I knew that I wanted to create a grey. black and purple card with a wallpaper feel to it. I started by stamping my background on a piece of grey cardstock knowing that I was going to cut it apart later. I stamped the black damask shape using VersaMark and heat embossing with Black Embossing Powder from Ranger.

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Then I began to layer up the background. I used Ornaments from BoBunny, Papillon from Stampers Anonymous, French Foliage and Gorgeous Grunge from Stampin’ Up, and Bella Brush from Fancy Pants Designs. I used a variety of inks; VersaMark, Hickory Smoke and Weathered Wood Distress Inks.  I allowed my background to dry overnight so I could stamp the flourish from the Pollen Dust set by Fancy Pants Designs on the left-hand side using VersaMark and the Violet Satin Pearl Embossing Powder. This powder is awesome and is very iridescent. I was glad the lighting was good when I photographed it. When I create a background like this I just keep working and adding things as I go along.

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I distress my edges using Broken China, Weathered Wood, Hickory Smoke and Black Soot Distress Inks. I then cut my background into somewhat equal strips and the distressed those edges with the Hickory Smoke and Black Soot. I then did a little physical distressing with my Edge Distresser. I really wanted my wallpaper to be peeling off.

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At this stage I went ahead and adhered my stamped panels to a piece of 7 1/4″x 5 1/4″ black cardstock. I then die cut the damask border using my Epic 6. This is a retired die from QuicKutz. I used black cardstock and used VersaMark and Black embossing Powder to give it the shiny finish.

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Next, I created the sentiment label. I cut out one shape in white cardstock and one in gray. I repeated my damask flourish shape; this time in Hickory Smoke. Once I allowed that to dry, I stamped my sentiment from Think Big Favorites #3 from Papertrey Ink using VersaMark and then heat emboss with my Ranger Black Embossing Powder. I added a little Black Soot Ink to my gray label and then adhered the newly stamped sentiment on top. I used foam tape to layer this over my damask die cut. I added two adhesive pearls from Kaiser to complete the label.

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Now on to my roses! I started with my gray rose. You can see my tutorial on this process here. These are created using the McGill Paper Blossoms punches and shaped with the McGill Tools.  I wanted something that was at least a little realistic so I did an internet search and found this page with grey roses. To create the two tone look I used watercolor paints on the petals before I shaped them.

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The large purple rose was created in the same way but instead of watercolor I used Wilted Violet Distress Ink on the edges. I also created the tiny light lavender flower using my McGill Punches.  These were assembled and adhered using hot glue.

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Whew – I think that is it. I am certain to have forgotten some step somewhere along the way but I really tried to remember everything.

Materials

Stamps: Ornaments – Bo Bunny, Papillon – Stampers Anonymous, French Foliage & Gorgeous Grunge – Stampin’ Up, Pollen Dust & Bella Brush – Fancy Pants Designs, Flourish/Damask Shape – Hampton Art, Think Big Favorite #3 – Papertrey Ink

Ink: VeraMark – Tsukineko, Tuxedo Black – Memento, Broken China, Black Soot, Weathered Wood & Hickory Smoke Distress Inks – Ranger

Dies: Damask Border – QuicKutz, Label 4 – Spellbinders

Other: Black Embossing Powder, Violet Satin Pearl Embossing Powder – My Sentiments Exactly!, Adhesive Pearls – Kaiser Scrapbook, Watercolors – Artists Loft

I hope that you are all enjoying today and have a wonderful weekend!

Cheers!

 

40th Birthday Card – The Presentation Box

Howdy!

Okay, I have a confession, I almost forgot to post this! Seriously my brain is running about two steps ahead and I totally forgot that I hadn’t shared this. Yikes – but crisis averted and I will share the presentation box I made for the 40th Birthday Card I posted the other day.

40th Box

I really love making cards with large roses or flowers on them but that always creates this issue, how to protect them and keep the flowers from getting crushed – enter the presentation box. These boxes are really simple to create and you can create them in any size. This totally opens up the card size options, you do not have to create cards that fit in standard envelopes, of course you can but you just don’t have to!

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Anyway, to get started on creating your presentation box you need to measure your card. In my case, the card was 5″x6″ and my roses were just under 1″ tall. I needed to make my box just a tiny bit larger then my card, in this case I went with 5.25″x6.25″ and it will be 1″ deep. To create this, I cut a piece of cardstock 6.25″x7.25″ and score 1″ from the edge. Next, I cut down one score line and adhere the box together. This is vey similar to creating the envelope that I shared here. I then created a base that was just a tiny bit smaller. I mean really just a teeny tiny bit smaller. I just wanted to be sure that the box top could slip over the base. 40th Box-3

Next, I created the background in the same manner as the card and added the sentiment with an old stamp from Stampin’ Up called Sincere Salutations in Walnut Stain and a little flourish from Inkadinkado’s Southern Belle stamp set in Vintage Photo. The center label and off-white band were inked with Antique Linen and Vintage Photo Distress Inks.

40th Box-5I created the tiny roses using the McGill Paper Blossom Punches . I made the orange roses by punching out my shapes in white cardstock and then inking them with Spiced Marmalade and Dried Marigold Distress Inks. The teal roses were punched out of Forest Foliage cardstock. I assembled the roses using hot glue and the McGill Paper Shaper Tools. I added the labels to the front of my card using pop-dots. As you can see, this made the perfect box for my card. Volia!

Materials

Paper: Neenah Solar White, Basic Brown & Forest Foliage – Stampin’ Up

Ink: Ripe Persimmon, Spiced Marmalade, Dried Marigold, Cracked Pistacho, Peacock Feathers Antique Linen, Vintage Photo & Walnut Stain Distress Ink – Ranger

Stamps: Sincere Salutations & Linen  – Stampin’ Up!, Southern Belle – Inkadinkado, Classic Fabric Design – Hero Arts

Other: Labels 4 – Spellbinders, Mini Petals Punch – McGill Inc

Damask Card with Handmade Peony

Best Wishes card created with Distress Inks & stamps from Heidi Swapp
Best Wishes card created with Distress Inks & stamps from Heidi Swapp

Good Morning!

I just adore damask and glitter and I started this card with just those two things in mind. As I worked, I realized that I hadn’t made a flower for awhile so I added this little glitter seafoam peony to complete this card.

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One of my very best friend’s “colors” are neon green and bright blue and I have been wanting to make a card featuring these colors and this was what I came up with. I really like the non-traditional colors in a very traditional pattern.

To start this card I cut a piece of Neenah Solar White card stock and I used my ink blending tools to create the bright green background. I used Twisted Citron and Cracked Pistachio Distress Inks and then just a little Peacock Feathers on the edges.

Teal & Green damask card. Created by Jennifer Miner
Teal & Green damask card. Created by Jennifer Miner

Next, I stamped over the background with the Stampin’ Up background stamp Weathered using the Peacock Feathers ink. I then left this to dry. Typically, I stamp my pattern first and then ink over it but since I was using the glitter embossing powder I needed to create the background first. I left my inked background to dry for about 24 hours. If the ink is wet the embossing powder has a tendency to stick where you don’t want it.

Close-up of handmade paper peony with bling cardstock.
Close-up of handmade paper peony with bling cardstock.

Once I was sure that my paper was dry I stamped my damask shapes. I have a lot of damask images and this one from Heidi Swapp is without a doubt my favorite.

I inked my stamp with VersaMark and then Peacock Feathers and stamped then embossed with the Blue Glitter Finish Zing! Embossing Powder. I used both the VersaMark and Distress Ink for two reasons; one – the VersaMark is more sticky and it seems to catch the embossing powder better and two – using a colored ink ensures that if the embossing powder doesn’t stick everywhere you still have a colored image.

Damask in Twisted Citron & Peacock Feathers
Damask in Twisted Citron & Peacock Feathers

I love the look of the glitter embossing powder and once set you have a nice look without the glitter shedding that you can get with adhesive and loose glitter. Having said that, I find that when you go to heat emboss images that are dusted with glitter embossing powder you get a bit of glitter that will blow off your card. I try to heat from the backside of the paper first just to try and minimize the air blowing on the image and just utilize the heat but it still gets everywhere.

Best Wishes card created by Jennifer Miner
Best Wishes card created by Jennifer Miner

Next, I created the paper peony. I used a bling paper from Bazzill and punched out the necessary shapes using my McGill Paper Blossoms punches. Again I used my glue gun to assemble my flower after shaping it. In the directions to create this flower McGill says to use a small Styrofoam ball in the center of the flower to form the bud. I do not keep tiny Styrofoam on hand so I just use my hot glue and petals to create the center. Here is the link to the instructions. I should mention that I created the flower with  the number of petals listed in the directions but I felt that it wasn’t full enough so I added five large petals and about seven small petals. I was much happier with the look.

I created the decorative strip by using the trimmings from my card base. I adhered the base to two different colors of cardstock added my band and glued on my peony. The sentiment square was stamped with “Best Wishes” from Papertrey Ink’s Mega Mixed Messages and then I added a silver eyelet and baker’s twine to complete the card.

Damask stamp from Heidi Swapp, inked with Distress Inks and embossed with Blue Glitter Zing Embossing Powder
Damask stamp from Heidi Swapp, inked with Distress Inks and embossed with Blue Glitter Zing Embossing Powder

Materials

Stamps: Damask – Heidi Swapp, Mega Mixed Messages – Papertrey Ink, Weathered – Stampin’ Up

Paper: Neenah Solar White, Bling Cardstock – Bazzill, & Teal – Recollections

Ink: Twisted Citron, Cracked Pistachio  & Peacock Feathers Distress Inks – Ranger, VersaMark

Other: Silver Eyelet – Stampin’ Up, Baker’s Twine – Target, Large Geranium Leaf, Small Geranium Leaf & Grape Leaf – McGill Paper Blossoms Punches, Blue Glitter Finish Zing! Embossing Power – American Crafts

Thanks for popping on by today!

 

Live Your Bliss Card

HiYa! I spent what felt like all day yesterday wrestling with my computer. I have a critical update to do on my Silhouette software and my computer doesn’t want to let me do it. I really hate loosing work time to technical issues. While I still have access to the software I will not be able to access the online store until I am able to do the update. I have an e-mail into their support team and hopefully it will be resolved. On the positive side, I was able to get a really fun card finished.

Anyone else craving chocolate?
Anyone else craving chocolate?

Oh I love damask and handmade roses. I was beginning to have a little withdrawal since I hadn’t made a rose in what seemed like forever!

This card features tiny handmade roses, gem brads, pearls and rhinestones
This card features tiny handmade roses, gem brads, pearls and rhinestones

Here you can see a close-up of the main image. I started this card with a plain sheet of cardstock and stamped the damask stamp with Versamark and heat embossed with Chestnut Zing! powder. Then I broke out my Distress Ink pad and Ink Blending tools.

Live Your Bliss Card
Live Your Bliss Card

I began shading with Antique Linen and covered most of the card. I then added Tea Dye and Vintage Photo. I gave the edges a lot of ink. I then took another sheet of cardstock and inked it with Antique Linen and Tea Dye Distress Inks. I adhered that piece to my damask background and then trimmed it so the border was very small. Once I adhered them together I went back over the edges with the Tea Dye ink. This way I get a very close mat and defined edge. I find this much easier then trying to cut the background to size first. Next, I added dark brown cardstock,

This card includes a stamped inner pannel
This card includes a stamped inner panel

I loved the background so much that I felt like adding a small sentiment. My original plan was something much larger. I cut the ornate frame shape out of white cardstock using my Silhouette Cameo. I colored the frame using Walnet Stain Distress Stain. The brown circle was colored with Vintage Photo Distress Stain. The sentiment layer was inked with Antique Linen and Tea Dye Distress Inks and applied with Ink Blending Tools.

Close-up of handmade roses
Close-up of handmade roses

The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink’s Mega Mixed Messages and was stamped using Veramark and Walnut Distress Ink.

Yummy brown damask
Yummy brown damask

I adhered a scrap of brown ribbon, I think that it is from Stampin’ Up and glued down the assembled frame. Next came the roses, I made these with the McGill Mini Petal punch and Antique Linen and Tea Dye Distress Inks. In the past, I have tried to use hot glue on the roses and was not successful. I had recently picked up a new multi-temp heat gun for another project and thought I would give it another shot. Other than burning the tip of my finger with hot glue, it worked perfectly for these roses. There is no going back. I think that my old glue gun didn’t get hot enough. Once the roses were glued down I added all the other “bling.” Since I didn’t want to fiddle around with punching hole for the gem brads I cut off the arms and just hot glued them down. Live Your Bliss-9 Materials

Stamps: Damask (K91) – Great Impressions, Mega Mixed Messages – Papertrey Ink

Paper: Nennah Solar White, Brown – Bazzil

Ink: Antique Linen, Tea Dye, Vintage Photo & Walnut Stain Distress Ink – Ranger, Veramark – Tsukineko

Misc: Vintage Photo & Walnut Stain – Distress Stain,  Chestnut Zing! Embossing Powder – American Crafts, Mini Petal Punch – McGill Inc

Bling: Gem Lush Brads – My Minds Eye, Gems & Pearls Song of Spring – Recollections

Thanks for visiting!!

Crowned Heart on Damask

Hi-Ya!

Preparations are under way here for my daughter’s 5th birthday party. It is in less than two weeks and I feel like I have so much to do. I really went overboard last year so my goal was to keep it mellow, however, I suspect I am failing at that. We had already exceeded our “set-in-stone” invite number but it should be a good time. Her theme is Monster High so I spent yesterday painting 15 miniature coffins. Photos and details to come.

So, on with the show! Today’s card is really one of my all time favs. I really have a thing for damask and use it a lot. I have to stop my self from buying more damask stamps because I know that I have more then enough!

Damask, hearts and a crown - what more do you need??
Damask, hearts and a crown – what more do you need??

I feel like this card has that great vintage depth while staying modestly feminine, The color was applied direct-to-paper using a ink blending tool and Distress Inks.

Close Up - Check out the crackle finish on the crown.
Close Up – Check out the crackle finish on the crown.

I adore the crackle finish on the crown. This was achieved with Distress Crackle Paint. The crown and hearts are from the Silhouette America store and were cut with the Silhouette machine.

Another angle.
Another angle.

I actually made a blue card that was similar to this one that I sent as a congratulations on a new baby card. Naturally, I forgot to take a photo. Below you will find my completed material’s list. As always, thank you for spending your time here.

Materials

Stamps: Elegant Brocade – Hero Arts, Flourish Acrylic Stamp – BoBunny, Thank  You – Wordsworth, Paris Les Liu’s Inkadinkado, French Ledger – Stampers Anonymous

Paper: Chocolate Chip – Stampin’ Up & Neenah Solar White

Ink: Worn Lipstick, Tattered Rose, Tea Dye, Black Soot & Vintage Photo – Distress Inks by Ranger

Dye Cuts – Silhouette America and cut with Silhouette Machine

Misc.: Eyelets – Stampin’ Up, Gems – Hero Arts & Mark Richards, Distress Crackle Paint in Tarnished Bronze, Clear Embossing Powder – Stampin’ Up, Pop Dots – EK Success, Glimmer Mist in Suede by Tattered Angles (on larger heart)