Thursday, February 27, 2014

JustRite: Rose Postcard Cling Background

I am introducing JustRite® PaperCraft February 2014 Release – Rose Postcard Cling Background Stamp using our exclusive Heirloom Flourish OneDie. Been away most of January and wasn't able to finish this card up until now. Love how the soft colors work with the Kraft card base that I embossed with Spellbinders® Labels 34 Medallion.


ちょっと遅くなりました...JustRite2月のリリースRose Postcard Cling Background Stampを紹介させて頂きます。素敵なバラのスタンプです~!12月に紹介しましたHeirloom Flourish One Die アクセントとして使いました。スペルバインダーズのLabels 34 Medallionでカード ベースをエンボスしました。


Emboss the card base with E3D-016 Labels 34 Medallion Folder to create a wonderful texture.


After I stamped the BEAUTIFUL Rose Postcard Cling Background Stamp on an ivory cardstock with StazOn Jet Black ink, I colored with Faber Castell® Design Memory Craft® ART Grip Aquarelle watercolor pencils (roses, leaves and butterfly) and brown pastel pencil (branches).




For my card panel, I cut and embossed Heirloom Flourish One Die (2 pcs) and S6-001 5 x 7 Matting Basics A die template.


Then assemble and adhere with SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L® E-Z Runner. Add pearls and place on card base.


Here's a second look at the finished card...


Project Supplies:
JustRite Papercraft Stamps – Rose Postcard Cling Background Stamp
JustRite Custom Dies - Heirloom Flourish One Die
Spellbinders Creative Arts - E3D-016 Labels 34 Medallion and S6-001 5 x 7 Matting Basics A
Inks – IMAGINE Craft®/TSUKINEKO® (StazOn Ink - Jet Black)
WaterColor Pencils and Water Brush - Faber Castell Design Memory Craft (ART Grip Aquarelle and Pastel Pencil)
Cardstock and Card Base - Darice and Core'dinations ColorCore Cardstock®/David Tutera™ for Darice Celebrate Cardmaking System
Pearls - KasierCraft
Adhesives - SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L (E-Z Runner)

Thanks for stopping by to visit!
MargieH

4 comments:

Mona Pendleton said...

Beautiful card Margie!

Madeline said...

Very pretty!

Brianna Lynn said...

very nice and colorful!

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

So elegant and pretty, Margie! I love the postcard as the base for all of the other elements.